Jasmine Tookes Reveals The VS Fantasy Bra Could Have Hurt Her Backstage
The 25-year-old was selected among the beautiful lineup of Victoria's Secret Angels to wear the jewel-encrusted lingerie as she strutted her stuff down the catwalk.
The Bright Night Fantasy Bra, which is bedazzled with 9,000 gemstones, weighs more than 450 carats.
I'm not sure if you're familiar with metric conversions, but that's pretty damn heavy for a piece of fabric. My bras are padded and they still feel light as a feather. If I had to wear the Fantasy Bra, my nips would probably fall off.
Anyway, enough about me! Elite Daily had the chance to speak with Jasmine Tookes about what it was really like to wear the Victoria's Secret Fantasy Bra.
The model followed in the footsteps of Lily Aldridge, who wore the Fantasy Bra at the 2015 Fashion Show.
When asked about what it was like to wear the bra on stage, Tookes told us,
Wearing it was so awesome and kind of nerve-racking, but I just rocked the runway and had the best time ever.
The model could have easily had a wardrobe malfunction, though. She confessed the Fantasy Bra was a bit difficult to deal with backstage. She explained,
People might not know how heavy it actually is, like sitting on my body. I had to hold it up backstage so it wouldn't hurt me before walking on the runway. It's very, very heavy but so worth the wait.
That could have been bad! I watched the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show live from the Grand Palais and Jasmine looked incredible.
You couldn't even tell she was wearing a garment that was probably bruising her insides.
Earlier in the day, Jasmine filled us in on how the bra was fitted for her body. She shared,
I actually had this plaster made of the upper half of my body, so it actually fits really snug on me.
What a procedure. I guess Jasmine was right, though, it was definitely worth the wait.
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