A hook-and-eye or sliding latch will be enough to keep sudden gusts of wind or curious raccoons from opening the lid and possibly breaking the glass.
The Natural Woman Demi Bra (40-44 D/DD) - This bra features corset-like boning in underwire with demi cup shelf-bra styling, adjustable straps and adjustable hook and eye closure.
Long Line Eyelash Lace, a beautiful satin bustier with a slimming shirred front, eyelash lace trim on the cups, a hook-and-eye back and adjustable shoulder straps.
This flexible bra has a traditional hook and eye closure, and features a double layer seamless cup style to help ensure added support.
More closures - Keeping the larger busted woman in mind, these bras feature a three column hook and eye closure for additional support.
The Pure Glamour contour bra - The straps on this bra are just a little bit wider than average, the full cups are foam lined and it has a three column hook and eye closure in back.
The straps adjust in the back and the hook and eye closure is gel-lined.
Fully lined with a brushed back elastic band for comfortable support, note that the closure on this bra is slightly unusual as it does have a hook and eye closure, but it's accompanied by an additional Velcro close.
Wearing a cupless zip up bustier can save you a lot of trouble, especially if you compare the style to a hook-and-eye bustier design that's more complicated to close (and that's more uncomfortable, too).
The zip-up bustier provides a smooth look that's highly sought after by lingerie lovers, and it's easy to see why many people who start using zippered lingerie never go back to the hook-and-eye option.
The zip up bustier is less common than the hook-and-eye version, so you'll find these shopping tips indispensable.
Check the closure - If it's a zipper, you want to make sure it locks and if it's a hook-and-eye style closure, you need to check the stitching on both the hook and eye as well as the strength of the hook and eye.
Some have hook-and-eye closures similar to the fasteners on a bra, but most panty girdles and waist shapers usually just pull on like a pair of stretchy shorts.
A hook-and-eye back fastening, coupled with adjustable stretch straps, completes the look.
Other waist cincher styles include the stretch type that you pull on and those with hook and eye closures.
Hook-and-eye closures may have multiple rows for a little bit of give, but not as much as lace-up styles.
It has adjustable straps and a hook and eye enclosure.
A corset-style short dress with hook and eye front, lace-up back and matching hat.
Belts snap in place or close with hook and eye closures.
Many of the waist cinchers that offer side closures use zippers and laces rather than hook and eye closures.
You are more likely to see hook and eye closures on the front or back, sometimes in addition to the side closures that use a different method.
It's black, has a side hook and eye closure, and six garter straps that are not detachable.
To keep from disrupting the design on the front and the lacing on the back, it comes with a hook and eye closure on the side.
It will be easier to find almost any other type of waist cincher closure than one with a hook and eye closure on the side.
The hook and eye closure on the side allows you to have a smooth look from the front, lace-up in the back (in some cases) for extra sex appeal, and there's no need to lace it all up every time you want to put it back on.
The bra offers hook-and-eye closure and convertible back straps for extra comfort, versatility, and the best fit possible.
Additionally, the bustier's closure is of the hook and eye variety, but what helps this style to stand out is that instead of silver metal hardware, the bustier boasts gold metal hardware.
Some have garters, and they can close in a number of ways, from hook-and-eye closures to lace-up closures in the back and zippers in the front.
You can find them in multiple colors, but they most often have hook-and-eye closures, come in neutrals, and extend from right below the bra to about mid-hip.
Notable features of this bodysuit include the fact that the suit has no center seam, contains "surged edges" to help eliminate pinching, binding and the like, as well as a hook and eye closure.
Getting in and out of one usually involves a hook-and-eye closure or a lace-up back, though some have both and others have zippers instead.
A regular, old-fashioned girdle often features hook-and-eye or zipper closures instead.
Both of these styles keep moisture from the skin, feature a hook and eye closure and come with soft, moldable cups that are designed to move with your body.
Lace-up styles are especially sexy, but there are corsets with hook-and-eye closures as well.
Choose a bustier with a hook-and-eye closure front and a lace-up back if you are buying your first bustier.
In general, lighter colors and styles that lace up with ribbon are most romantic, while hook-and-eye closure and darker colors or jewel tones are on the naughtier side.
You get lightly lined supportive underwire cups, a hook and eye closure on the front, boning, and garters.
This girdle design usually has lace or brocade panels and a front part with hook-and-eye closures.
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