At last! We finally have a bra designed to keep our breasts "in place" while we sleep. It's hard to believe that before today, women were forced to use all sorts of levers and pulleys to achieve this goal, but now there's a new bra that will finally spare us from the horrors of "cleavage wrinkles."
Hasn't science already determined that wearing a bra to bed does nothing for preventing the HORRID HORRID "Saggy Sweater Puppies Syndrome"? Would preventing "cleavage wrinkles" be much different?
Side note: I had a boyfriend once ask me to consider wearing a bra to bed a night so that he'd (supposedly) still have nice perky boobies to play with when we were older. I should have said that I would if he started wearing Spanx to bed so he wouldn't get "Saggy Old Man's Ass Syndrome" like Samantha discovered in Sex and the City.