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BYOB and Up Your Bra Size with the Wine Rack

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Just the other day, while paying too much for fancy beer at an outdoor Band of Horses concert, a group of us began brainstorming ideas to allow for covert transportation of outside beverages. So imagine our delight when we discovered the kill-two-birds-with-one-stone double entendre-named Wine Rack, which functions both as a beverage transporter and an adjustable bra enhancer.

There's all this talk of "festival" wear (hello H&M and the ubiquitous romper), what about festival under-wear? First off, it's only $30 and comes in a non-offensive basic black sports bra design. Secondly, this handy apparatus holds up to 750 ml of liquid—hello, that's an entire bottle of wine! (Think about it, those security staffers may check your bag, but they're not going to frisk you there.) The Baron Bob site thoughtfully provides shoppers with a helpful sizing chart (double D not recommended for obvious reasons), too. We'd suggest bringing some extra duct tape or something for any leakage issues because, you know, that would be embarrassing.
· Doubtblush: Wine Rack [Outblush]
· The Wine Rack [BaronBob]
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