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Cleava (With Giveaway)

Cleava. {Klee'va]: A garment complementing accessory that simulates a layered look.
  
Cleava is invented by woman for women. Remember Cleava's got you covered.
It's as easy as 1-2-3! Snap it to your bra and go!

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Cleava makes a great gift for any holiday season!

Michelle De Sousa, the inventor of Cleava is so confident that you're going to love your Cleava that she is offering FREE SHIPPING. You also have The 30 Day Guarantee. If for any reason you are not happy with your Cleava you can return it within 30 days. You got nothing to lose click here to order or call 1-888-692-5328.

Here is a unique shipping code for you if you spend $50 or more:  FSFV



MY OPINION:
I really love my Cleava! I am always buying shirts that have a tendency to show my girls off. So I have been waiting for a product  as good as this to be available. My girls are smaller, but I still like having them covered. Especially when you bend over and everyone can see down your shirt.
I was sent a white Cleava, which is very universal  in what you can wear it with.
The Cleava is so easy to use, and is adjustable with 3 different snaps for sizing. The snaps are so small, you don't feel them at all. Actually, it's very comfortable to wear.
With my dress shirt in place, it really popped and looked nice. It brought out the design on my dress shirt, which is want a girl wants. So I was quite impressed. Plus when I bent over, the girls stayed hidden from the world. A blessing this thing is!! 

5/5


Recommend? YES!!!


DISCLAIMER: I was sent a Cleava for review. I was not financially compensated. All opinions are my own.


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Comments

  1. I had one similar to this, different brand, but it kept moving out of place. Maybe I wore it wrong. lool

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  2. This is the perfect solution to shirts that reveal a little too much!! I love all the different colours and styles Cleava sells.

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  3. Missed leaving my tweet link in the Rafflecopter (hit submit before I pasted my link!). Here it is:
    http://twitter.com/glogirl3/status/256587043612803075

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  4. That would be so neat to have for low-cut shirts!

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