nice vests that don't show your bra - do they exist?

(18 Posts)
roseinwinter Sat 07-Jun-14 21:17:46

I've decided I'm too old for the 'bra straps on show' look and have binned all my cheap summer vests that are guilty of this look. Does anyone know where I can find some good quality vest tops that don't show your bra? I want the flowy type that look good with skinny jeans, not the tight fitting sort.
Thanks!

SlinkyB Sat 07-Jun-14 21:49:03

Shameless place marking.

ToodlesMcToodles Sat 07-Jun-14 21:50:02

Marking place too

notapizzaeater Sat 07-Jun-14 21:51:29

I got a load of loose vest with slighty thicker straps from very.co

MissMilbanke Sat 07-Jun-14 21:51:39

Ive got some ones from Gap with the built in support so I don't have to wear a bra.

They are Spaghetti straps tho… would prefer wider ones though really

I have a polka dot one from H&M which is brilliant, but I like my vests with high backs. I have a Topshop one which covers straps too.

Filofax Sat 07-Jun-14 22:34:17

Have a look at the linen vests in next. I'm awaiting my order from next. Also check out Oasis and Warehouse. I have some nice silk fronted style from Warehouse.

SlinkyB Sun 08-Jun-14 08:10:02

I am large of nork (36G/H) so couldn't get away with the type with inbuilt support and spaghetti straps.

The ones from Warehouse sound nice. I need a floaty bit on the front to cover my mummy tummy sad

CeeceeBloomingdale Sun 08-Jun-14 08:21:16

Uniqlo

ILikeToMoveItMoveIt Sun 08-Jun-14 08:27:36

Bravissimo sell a strappy tshirt with an inbuilt bra.

whereisshe Sun 08-Jun-14 08:36:19

I have some from h&m that have wide straps. Also uniqlo as a pp said.

goofygoober Sun 08-Jun-14 08:38:57

White Stuff have lovely vests, with wider shoulder straps that don't cling.

notapizzaeater Sun 08-Jun-14 09:26:39

Slinky the ones from very have a blouson bottom covering many sinsgrin

slalomsuki Sun 08-Jun-14 09:32:35

Boden had some with wide straps last year in a variety of colours and they still had some in the clearance section.

I bought some Gap ones but they are rubbish, no support and I ended up with a bra underneath anyhow which defeated the purpose of it.

Nocomet Sun 08-Jun-14 09:34:45

My 16y just lives in strapless bras.
Clearly not a good solution for everyone.

tenderbuttons Sun 08-Jun-14 09:37:16

Another vote for Uniqlo, both the ones with and without the lace trim.

Amethyst24 Sun 08-Jun-14 09:39:22
SlinkyB Sun 08-Jun-14 10:55:55

Just what I need notapizzaeater! I've never shopped on very.co.uk, are they good? I usually hate online shopping for clothes as they never fit right and I find queuing in the post office with littlies a faff. Do you mind linking to the ones you mean please? Thanks.

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