Submitted by Anonymous on Monday, August 05, 2013 3:07:00 PM - Source: dailymail.co.ukA new LED push-up bra is lighting up the music festival scene. The light-up lingerie, made by Electric Styles, features electroluminescent wiring attached to the outside of a classic black push-up bra for women looking to enhance their cleavage with a bit of neon.
The bras, which cost between $55 and $75, are powered by two inconspicuous AA batteries and last up to 24 hours. Electric Styles created the first light-up bra in 2010, and now offers six new styles in 14 bra sizes, from A to D cup. They can also be custom made in other sizes for $30 extra per bra, according to the website.
The bras can be adjusted to fast-blinking, slow-blinking or steady glow. Buyers can also add a customized animated or sound-adjusted battery pack, so that the breasts blink in time to the music
Glow-in-the-dark clothing was huge in the 90s.
Clubbers carried glow sticks and wore neon lingerie layered with sheer tops to stand out under the black lights. The explosion of the electronic dance music scene has brought the trend back in a big way.
Many people also seek to mimic the Daft Punk glowing red robot suits that they wore during their 2007 concert.
And bras are just the beginning. The company also offers light-up hoodies, ties and 'glow fur' boots and a variety of other party accessories, including a leopard spike tail. Other sites feature light-up rainbow tutus, bike lights, fiber optic hair lights and flashing bracelets.
Must-have dance accessory: The light-up lingerie, made by Electric Styles, features electroluminescent wiring attached to the outside of a classic black push-up bra
Light-up lingerie: The bras, priced between $55 and $75, are available in six new styles, including thin sqiggly lines (left) and thicker wavy lines (right)
Night moves: The company Electric Styles created the first light-up bra in 2010, and now offers six new styles in 14 bra sizes, from A to D cups