Comfy Genie Bra & Slim Tone Leggings Review

Anytime that a woman brings up her uncomfortable bra, it seems like every female around follows up with a story or complaint of their own. Comfortable, well fitting bras are just difficult to find, no matter what size or shape you are. Despite remaining within about 5lbs of the same weight, and remaining the same height and jean size for the last 10 years, my bra size fluctuates as often as a couple of times per year. It feels like as soon as I find a bra that fits well, my size changes and it no longer fits so I am back to square one. I’ve found that the best way to fight my changing bra size is to buy bras that have general sizing such as small, medium and large instead of a specific band and cup size. Usually this means sports bras, but as someone who isn’t very big chested to begin with, I tend to avoid sports bras because they tend to flatten my chest out in a rather unflattering way.


The Genie bra is a bra that is a great mixture of a regular bra and a sports bra. Like a traditional bra, it separates and supports both sides of your chest independently, so it doesn’t cause a flattening affect. Yet, like a sports bra it doesn’t have the uncomfortable under wire and feels like a more relaxed, natural fit. In fact, I find the genie bra significantly more comfortable than a sports bra. Unlike traditional bras, it won’t cause spillage so your body appears smooth and crease-free even in tighter fitting clothing.

Genie bra’s are sized from xs-4x and you can view their size chart online to convert your regular band/cup size over to your genie bra size. Size medium fit me well, feeling like it really had to stretch to get on without being tight, and as a 34b I have the largest band size to fit in a medium. When my bra size changes, it’s usually by going down one cup size and even if I were to again become a 34b, i’d still be a size medium, so I love how I won’t have to buy new bra’s again if that happens. Overall I’ve been really happy with the genie bra’s. The only downsides I have found are the appearance as they are rather plain, and how high cut they are. The Genie Bra is much higher cut than any other bra I’ve ever owned, showing even in my high cut “wife beater” type undershirts. I’ve tried a few of my tops that are not low cut, but aren’t t-shirts and I haven’t found anything other than t shirts or other crew-cut shirts that cover the genie bra.


I was also sent some Slim and Tone Leggings by Genie that I really really like. I will admit that as a 21 year old, I wasn’t sure I would take to these high waist leggings but I’m sold on them. I have a lot of elastic skin – I can pull a lot of skin even off of strange areas of my body like the backs of my hands, my neck and the top of my feet. This “extra” skin pools around my knees when I stand with my legs straight, which I am self conscious of. Even in regular opaque leggings, my knees look weird. I was immediately in love with how the slim and tone leggings make my knees appear flat instead of lumpy like they really are. The leggings are designed to help keep your backside from appearing flattened and panty lines from showing, which I haven’t really had a problem with in the past but the high waistline results in my “love handle” area being covered and the firm material that the leggings are made out of slims and flattens my love handles making my clothing appear to fit much better. Despite being smoothing and form-fitting, the leggings don’t feel as tight or as uncomfortable as shapewear. I feel like I could wear them for hours without discomfort and don’t feel like my movements are more difficult.



I wrote this review while participating in a Blog Tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Genie Bra and received products to facilitate my post and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.

Hi there! I am Emily Evert, the owner of Emily Reviews. I am 25 and live in a small town in Michigan with my boyfriend Ryan and our two pugs. I have a large family and I adore my nieces and nephews. I am a calorie counter who loves soda. I budget to save money so I can spend it on my dogs. I love reading memoirs, and learning about child development and psychology. I love watching The Game of Thrones, Teen Mom, Sister Wives and Veep. I like listening to Jason Isbell, John Prine, Kris Kristofferson and Blue October. I created Emily Reviews as a creative outlet to share my life and the products that I love with others.

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This post currently has 8 responses.

  • I can say that I now love leggings. I used to wear them when I was a teen, but now they seem to have come back into style and I wear them a lot more with dresses or around the house. I haven’t tried these, but I will try anything that is deemed comfortable!

  • Sounds like the Genie bra would make a good replacement for the old flatten-your-chest spots bra. I need all the help I can get!

  • i think the genie bra sounds like something i would enjoy having!

    • Sally

      Beware. I am a 46C and the Genie bra neither covers, supports, nor does anything for the girls other than compress them into a mass. I have tried several sizes and iterations, as I get major back pain right at the bra band area and would love to be free of underwires. This is not the solution.
      I am going to try the leggings, though.

  • I’ve been seeing a lot about Genie brand lately and they look like a great brand.

  • karen

    I am smaller chested 36b and I am loving the genie bra.They are high cut but I tend to wear a cami with them at least for the colder weather.I also sleep in my bra and these are great for that too.I just am so happy to be rid of falling down straps and things digging onto my skin.Love them they have washed well and I hang them to dry.I have ordered the shaping leggings this company is offering can’t wait to try them.Karen

    • emmy

      Glad to hear that you’re enjoying yours. I always sleep in bras too (I thought I was the only one! lol) but I have to agree that they are great for that – super comfortable.

  • DeeeVaaa

    I purchased Geni bras. I wear 36C so I got 2X to be sure it wouldn’t be too tight on my 1X body. They were too small, so I retorned them and got 4X, which work fairly well, except for underband rolling up all the time. I’m going to try the leggings in the largest size now. Don’t like things too tight.