A supremely stretchy and seamless bralette fits sleekly under knits and sweaters, like a second skin with Hanro's signature comfort. Moisture-wicking Tactel®/Lycra®. Imported.
THE HANRO DIFFERENCE Hand-knit from the finest natural fibers using a distinctive circular technique, Hanro intimates offer seamless designs of the highest quality and simply unparalleled comfort.
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Rating Snapshot(3 reviews)
2 of 367%would recommend to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Hanro Touch Feeling Spaghetti-Strap Crop-Top Bra
Review 1 for Hanro Touch Feeling Spaghetti-Strap Crop-Top Bra
Great bra! Very comfortable.
Date:July 21, 2014
This is one of the most comfortable bras I've ever worn. The other is the cropped top tank version of it, also by Hanro. I love that there are no hooks to rub up against my back and the fact that it is so soft and stretchy. This makes putting it on and removing it a breeze. That is important to me since I have arthritis and chronic neck pain. This bra makes wearing a bra much easier and much more comfortable.
Review 2 for Hanro Touch Feeling Spaghetti-Strap Crop-Top Bra
I'm so glad I found this
Date:February 4, 2014
Despite the negative review already posted, I decided to give this Hanro bra a try--especially since Garnet Hill has such an awesome return policy with shipping paid. I have worn Hanro briefs and camisoles and nightgowns for many years and know their quality. BUT I always buy cotton and this bra is Tactel Lycra. I am very happy with the way I don't even feel I'm wearing a bra and so far the synthetic fabric doesn't bother me at all. I have three different colors and fully expect them to last as well as the briefs and camisoles. Don't be afraid to give this a try!
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Review 3 for Hanro Touch Feeling Spaghetti-Strap Crop-Top Bra
The fabric on this is amazingly soft, but I would recommend touching it only with lotioned hands. It seems to catch easily on jewelry or dry fingertips. I'm especially disappointed with the bulky, itchy tag on the back that is sewn into the fabric and is nearly impossible to cut off without cutting the delicate fabric. What's the point of a nice, expensive fabric with an itchy tag to rub on you?