Newly updated styles of my most comfortable bras

neiwai new barely zero bra review
NEIWAI Fixed Cup Bra (tho my most worn bra is their older style) – Jean20 for 20% off

I first discovered NEIWAI Barely Zero bras a year ago and they were a runaway reader favorite! These have been a game changer in my undergarment drawer – ultra comfy for wearing all day long, and even to bed while forgetting that I have a bra on.

These also saved me through my maternity and nursing journey, since they stretch with weight fluctuations and were super easy to breastfeed in (simply by lifting the bra band up). It was amazing to not have to buy different bras for these stages in my life and bodily changes! I’ve converted my mom, MIL and aunts to Neiwai too so am happy to partner with them again to share their new styles. They also gave me code Jean20 or JEAN20 for 20% off your order.

Based on customer feedback, NEIWAI just introduced two updated versions of our beloved Barely Zero bra: the Wavy Fixed Cup Bra and Clasp Back Fixed Cup Bra. Here’s what’s different:

  • Fixed cups: the lightly padded cups are now fixed inside, so they won’t shift around
  • Crease-reducing cups: the cups are made of an updated material to reduce creasing
  • Lower cut front: the Clasp Back style has the lowest cut front out of all the Barely Zero styles. See comparison pics below.
  • Four sizes: XS-S, M-L, M-L Curve, XL – XXL Curve (“Curve” = extra support). NEIWAI is an Asian-based brand and I find sizing of such brands run small. I’m a 32 band and the new XS-S fits perfectly. The Wavy style runs a little snugger for me than the Clasp Back. The cups inside the XS-S are also a little smaller and lighter weight than in the prior version.
  • Reinforced bottom band: There is a very thin silicone lining strip now enveloped in the lower band to help keep its structure, add a little support, and help keep the edges from flipping. The silicone strip is not exposed so you don’t feel it against your skin. For pregnant & breastfeeding moms, I’d still recommend the prior thin strap wireless style for more stretch (see Bra #3 reviewed below).
  • Clasp back opening: Both of the new bras have the above updates, but the new Clasp bra also has the addition of a back clasp opening which is a little more convenient!

Here’s a comparison of their Barely Zero styles:

1. Wavy Barely Zero Fixed Cup Bra

This new style has all the updates above, with a seamless non-clasp back and a subtle wavy-pattern hemline. XS/S fits me snugly (I’m a 32 band size), and has slightly lighter weight and smaller cups than the prior version.

2. Clasp Back Barely Zero Fixed Cup Bra

This new style has the lowest-cut front out of all the Barely Zero styles, plus fastens in the back with a traditional hook clasp. XS/S fits me (32 band size).

3. Prior Version: Barely Zero Spaghetti Strap Wireless Bra

Available with a thin adjustable strap or classic strap. I wear the thin strap one most often! Priced a little more affordably than the new ones, and comes in packs of multiples which are nice for sharing with a family member or friend since it’s “one size”.

The 3 pack is the best value for any of their Barely Zero bras (shop 3-pack thin strap and the 3 pack classic strap).

While I love the updates in the newer styles, some readers agree that this older 2.0 version is still the most stretchy which is why it’s still my personal favorite for ultimate comfort. The stretch also makes the older styles a little better for pregnancy and nursing IMO, since you can easily pull the neckline down or lift the bottom band up to nurse.

They have a Curve Extra Support style for larger cup/band sizes.

Below are some photos of how the new bras differ from the older thin strap wireless in cut and fit:

The new Fixed Clasp bra (on the top) has a lower cut front than the older thin strap wireless bra (on the bottom)
The new Wavy bra in XS/S (on the top) runs smaller at the band and cups than the thin strap wireless bra (on the bottom)
comfortable everyday nude bra

Here’s a few of their skin-toned colors in the two new updated bra styles. Any of their beige and tan tones work well for me, but Warm Bread is the closest match to my skin tone!

Thank you to NEIWAI for partnering on this post.

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  1. Alice wrote:

    Hi! Thanks so much about sharing this gem of a company – like many others, I am completely converted after I found out about their bras from your post! Was just wondering how often you replace your Neiwai bras?

    Posted 10.2.22 Reply
  2. Olivia wrote:

    How think/thin are the cups of the WAVY BARELY ZERO FIXED CUP BRA? If you remove the previously removable pads from the bra, would the nipples show?

    Posted 8.5.22 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      The wavy fixed cup bra pads are just slightly thinner than the previous 2.0 version! I do think that if you remove the cups nipples may show.

      Posted 8.8.22 Reply
      • Jane wrote:

        How do you nurse in these bras? I’m unable to see a pull down clasp at the front.

        Posted 8.10.22 Reply
        • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

          Since they’re stretchy all around, you can lift the bottom band up. Or if you get the 2.0 versions the neckline of the bra can easily be pulled down!

          Posted 8.11.22 Reply
  3. Kenkeylove wrote:

    Jean! I dont know how to thank you enough for this post. Im kinda busty so i try to stay away from bras with paddings. I used your discount code to order the Neiwai bra and love the comfort. Im hooked!

    Thanks alot. God bless you!

    Posted 8.3.22 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      So glad to hear this!

      Posted 8.5.22 Reply
  4. Cat wrote:

    Your first post about Neiwai bras changed my life last year! I rarely wear conventional bras right now and love my Neiwai bras. I spread the gospel and my mom and friend loves them too, and that friend got some for others as well! This update post came at the perfect time for me as I was wondering if they had any lower-cut versions.

    Posted 8.1.22 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Oh I’m so glad to hear that Cat! Thanks so much for taking the time to share that feedback!

      Posted 8.2.22 Reply
  5. Nova wrote:

    Have you ever been professionally measured for bra size? It seems hard to believe that you are a 32 (inch) band size! That sounds much to big considering the listed size of your jeans/pants!

    Posted 7.31.22 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Nova! Before having kids I was professionally measured to be a 30 band size but every 30A or 30B bra I’ve tried on has been uncomfortably tight, so I usually buy a 32 band size in traditional bras!

      Posted 7.31.22 Reply

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