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Bare Necessities' Live Bra Fit Webcast Takes Over the Web January 16, 2013

Streaming Online from New York City, and You Can Be There Too!

EDISON, N.J., Jan. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Fashion's first LIVE webcast featuring bra fit experts, sexy models, real-time audience Q&A, and lots of special features (and a viewer-only secret deal) are available during Bare Necessities' Bra Fit Webcast, Live From New York City.

(Photo:  http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130111/NY41467)

This is a totally up-close and personal experience, conducted by the foremost bra fit expert in the industry, so if you ever really wondered how your bra should fit, then this live event is for you.

Featuring Eveden bra fit expert, Freddy Zappe, and Erin McLaughlin from Bare Necessities, you'll learn how to measure yourself properly, how to find the perfect fitting bra, and how to know the difference between a very good bra and what to avoid.

Bare Necessities is the leader in bras and finding the perfect fit is a passion. Eveden is renowned in D+ bras and more, offering a whole family of brands, each with its own personality and fit for all shapes and sizes. Freddy Zappe has conducted one-on-one fit sessions internationally for over 16 years, so viewers are in for a real treat during this live, streaming video event.

But this isn't a TV show – you get to participate! During the show on January 16, 2013, at 7:00pm EST, viewers can submit questions via Twitter, Facebook, and live chat, and have a select number of them answered during the show.

Via Twitter, go to: www.twitter.com/barenecessities - hashtag #BAREFIT
Via Facebook, go to: www.facebook.com/barenecessities - hashtag #BAREFIT
Via Live Chat, go to: http://www.ustream.tv/barefit

To make sure you don't miss out on the event, get an automated reminder at http://www.ustream.tv/barefit and clicking the "REMIND ME" button.

This is big. This is important. This will answer the fundamental question: How Do I Get The Perfect Bra Fit? Tune in on January 16th! See you there!

Bare Necessities is the largest online specialty retailer of women's and men's branded and designer intimate apparel and lingerie. Since 1998, Bare Necessities has featured bras ranging from band size 28 to 56 and cup sizes AA to N, as well as a variety of other products up to a size 6X and 24W, including one of the best selections of shapewear, hosiery, swimwear, and shaping clothing for average, full-busted, and plus-size women. In February of 2012, Bareplus.com was launched, providing a vast selection of intimate fashion exclusively for curvy women. Bare Necessities features over 180 national and international brands such as Wolford, La Perla, Bali, Calvin Klein, DKNY, HUE, Under Armour, SPANX, Skinnygirl by Bethenny Frankel, Chantelle, Wacoal, Hanky Panky, and many more!

Websites: http://www.barenecessities.com, http://www.bareplus.com.
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/barenecessities, http://www.facebook.com/bareplus.
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/barenecessities, http://www.twitter.com/bareplus.
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/necessities, http://pinterest.com/bareplus.

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