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Help, need name for an undergarment

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ingeniousidiot Sun 10-Jul-16 01:12:11

Ok, it's not stylish or beautiful, but I saw a 'thing' in one of those newpaper inserts. It was like a small shrug type garment, to be worn underneath a vest top to cover scary arms. It was quite tight and fitted/clipped together under your bra.

I have no idea what it/they are called and where I might buy one? It basically just adds short sleeves to your top without the bulk/heat of wearing a t-shirt.

shockandawe Sun 10-Jul-16 01:16:17

I've seen a long sleeve version, called Sleecrets?

JohnCheese Sun 10-Jul-16 01:58:21


pippinandtog Sun 10-Jul-16 08:57:39

Also try

ingeniousidiot Sun 10-Jul-16 12:35:08

Thank you - I've ordered some 'wingz' and mourned my youth.

WicksEnd Sun 10-Jul-16 18:15:46

Armery' by Mary portas too. (Well I remember seeing it when she first launched her brand so not sure if still available )

MrsLogicFromViz Sun 10-Jul-16 18:17:17

There seemed to be a few issues with the small sizing of Mary Portas' Armery Range I seem to recall.

ElsaAintAsColdAsMe Sun 10-Jul-16 18:19:35

shock I didn't even know this was a thing. It's genius. I'm off to buy twelve one now.

SpongeBobJudgeyPants Sun 10-Jul-16 18:36:40

Don't know what its called, but they have been available in Boots recently. My daughter pointed out that you can actually a similar result with a pair of fishnet tights, with the crotch split and over your head iuswim. Apparently Goths have been doing it for yonks

ingeniousidiot Wed 13-Jul-16 19:35:39

They're here and they're fab - I have holiday vest tops that never see the light of day in the UK - and now they can. Will report back when I've worn it for the whole day, but seems fairly secure and has perfect coverage.

CMOTDibbler Wed 13-Jul-16 19:52:55

I love my Wingz - I wear them a lot when dressed formally for work as I can ring the changes on a sleeveless dress with solid or lace sleeves instead of a cardi. Mine never shift around, and I like that you don't see them at all at the neck or back

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