Apparel & Accessories Giveaway Review

Squeem Miracle Vest (Magical Lingerie/Compression Shapewear) Review & Giveaway (CLOSED 1/19) U.S./Canada

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Squeem “magical lingerie” has been made in Brazil for nearly 40 years. Squeem says they use “technology and function to create magic.” I heard about Squeem while reading reviews for other shapewear on Amazon, and a reviewer mentioned that Squeem was way better. After trying the miracle vest, I’m pretty sure there is some actual magic sprinkled on during the manufacturing process. 😉

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The miracle vest I tried is part of their classic collection. It uses control fit technology, which combines cotton and natural rubber into a single, compressive layer.

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Squeem suggests you wait until initial postpartum swelling has gone down before using their products. I was a little antsy to start using the miracle vest, but I was afraid of choosing a size too large & growing (shrinking) out of it too quickly. I was probably closer to a medium on the size chart, but asked for a small. When I first got/tried it (around 2 weeks postpartum), I had to struggle to get it closed, and I really should have followed their advice to go with the larger size if you’re between sizes! I impatiently waited another week and it was far easier to get closed!

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The miracle vest lifts your chest, flattens your tummy and supports your back, improving posture.

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The rubber outer allows the vest to conform to your body.

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It has little details like adjustable straps and spandex at the underarms to prevent bulges.

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The vest has hook & eye closures, and there are two settings. You start at the bottom and work your way up to close the vest.

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The rubber always goes on the outside, never against your skin, and it closes in front.

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The triple filtered cotton lining is super soft against your skin, and there is flexible internal boning.

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There are several other products in their classic collection, and they also have a fashion and light collections.

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There’s me at 3 weeks postpartum in an unflatteringly tight top.

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The miracle vest did tend to want to fold in a little bit at my waist and back, but I think that’s because I’m still technically more of a medium than a small.

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There’s the miracle/magical part. I can’t really show you too much but holy cow! Va-va-voom! I felt amazing! Squeem recommends total wear of 8-10 hours a day, easing into it starting with an hour, then two hours etc. if you’re not used to shapewear (I’m not.) It does tend to roll up when I sit, but I think that’s a combination of the small being a bit too small, and my terrible slouchy posture. Even when (should I say if?) I lose all the weight (I did with my son, so I’ll say when) I still want a Squeem miracle vest, especially when I want that “whoa Mama” shape for a special occasion! The vest is available from an XS to a 5XL, so you can look your best no matter what size you are. I’d also love to have a sexy body panty!

The MSRP of the miracle vest is $74.90, and it’s available in both beige and black. You can find Squeem online and in stores.

Be sure to “like” Squeem on Facebook, follow Squeem on Twitter and check out Squeem’s YouTube channel!

Giveaway: One reader will receive a miracle vest in her choice of size and color (ARV $74.90.)

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FTC compliance: Although I received a product at no charge for review purposes, I was not compensated for this post and all opinions are my own.

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Maria is an aspiring "fit mom" of 3 children, writing about cloth diapers, going green, and her life as a single mom. Maria works with many companies within the cloth diaper industry and beyond, providing social media management, product development, and other services.

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