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Do you know what a Cami Bra is?

Do you know what a Cami Bra is?

What is a Cami Bra?


Front View of Cami Bra

A Cami Bra is just like your regular bra!

Its made with underwires for lift and support

A band for support

Soft molded cups to enhance your shape and provide extra coverage

It has adjustable straps

An adjustable band with hook and eye

What makes a Cami Bra different from other bras is the added fabric that covers the cups as well as providing cleavage coverage. 


Inside View of Cami Bra

The 9to5 Cami Bra has been awarded patents in Canada and the United States for design and utility.



Oh My Gorgeous Cami Bra was lace, do you think we should make the 9to5 Cami Bra in Lace?

Soma Cami Bra was lace - 9to5 Cami Bra is smoothe

Soma Intimates used to make the Oh My Gorgeous Cami Bra in lace.  It appears to be discontinued.   Do you think Wink Intimates should make the 9to5 Cami Bra in lace as well as the smoothe version that you love so much? 

We would like to add some new colours and would love some feedback from you!  Some thoughts are, nude, soft pink, ivory and animal print.  Let us know what colours you need in your wardrobe.


Fashion Alert - Bras on the Outside of your Clothes

Fashion Alert - Bras on the Outside of your Clothes
t was only a matter of time, it wasn't long ago that it became mainstream not to fuss if your bra strap showed under a tank top.  Why not just display the whole darn thing!

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How Are You Wearing Your 9to5 Cami Bra?

How Are You Wearing Your 9to5 Cami Bra?


Send me your pictures or videos, showing the world how you wear your 9to5 Cami Bra.

We'll post them as inspiration for our followers and customers.  Come back soon to check out some customer photos.

The picture above is me wearing my 9to5 Cami Bra with my favourite DVF wrap dress.  The classic problem with anything wrap style is keeping it from opening and exposing more than intended!  

Solution:  9to5 Cami Bra won't bunch up under a slim fitting dress, leaving a seamless silhouette.



Patent Your Invention in 5 Easy Steps



You know you have a unique invention.  You've created a prototype and you wonder, should I bother with a patent?  The answer is yes.  Here are 5 simple steps to patenting your product.

1. Do your homework, research the CIPO and USPTO sites to ensure your product is unique

2. If you can't afford to hire an attorney, you can do it yourself.  (I takes time and dedication, but you can do it!)

3. Don't let anyone but your "circle of trust" know about your invention.

4. Find a mentor who has done this before and don't be afraid to ask for advice. Most people are happy to help out, they've been there before and know how you feel.

5. Once you have filed your paperwork, be sure to pay your fees and respond to all correspondence with CIPO and USPTO on time.

Anytime you need assistance, contact the patent office they are super helpful and from my experience very pleasant too!

Good Luck, you'll be happy you took the first step to patenting your invention!