Booby Tape co-founder Bianca Roccisano joins NBA WAG Mandana Bolourchi for dinner in LA

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Booby Tape co-founder Bianca Roccisano cuts a stylish figure in a mini dress as she joins NBA WAG Mandana Bolourchi for dinner in LA

Glamorous Booby Tape co-founder Bianca Roccisano was dressed to the nines for a night out in Los Angeles with Mandana Bolourchi this week.

The girls stepped out for dinner at Delilah restaurant in West Hollywood. 

Bianca, 34, cut a stylish figure in a sequined black mini dress, while NBA WAG Mandana showed off her figure in a crop top and skirt. 

Stepping out: Booby Tape co-founder Bianca Roccisano cut a stylish figure in a mini dress as she joined NBA WAG Mandana Bolourchi for dinner in LA this week

Stepping out: Booby Tape co-founder Bianca Roccisano cut a stylish figure in a mini dress as she joined NBA WAG Mandana Bolourchi for dinner in LA this week

Bianca teamed her frock with a pair of knee-high boots, a long black coat and carried a Chanel bag. 

She wore her long locks out and makeup including matte foundation and a nude lip. 

Mandana, who is dating professional basketball player Patrick Beverley, 33, showed off her ample assets in a plunging crop top and high-waisted skirt. 

Dolled up: Bianca teamed her mini dress with a pair of knee-high boots and a long black coat and carried a Chanel bag

Dolled up: Bianca teamed her mini dress with a pair of knee-high boots and a long black coat and carried a Chanel bag

Hot to trot: Mandana, who is dating professional basketball player Patrick Beverley, 33, showed off her ample assets in a plunging crop top and high-waisted skirt

Hot to trot: Mandana, who is dating professional basketball player Patrick Beverley, 33, showed off her ample assets in a plunging crop top and high-waisted skirt

She pulled her long blonde locks back into a high ponytail. 

The girls looked in high spirits, smiling and laughing as they made their way into the venue. 

Bianca and her sister Bridgett Roccisano, 30, are self-made millionaires thanks to their genius ‘breast lift in a box’ invention with Booby Tape.

Girls' night! The girls appeared in high spirits, smiling and laughing as they made their way into the venue

Girls’ night! The girls appeared in high spirits, smiling and laughing as they made their way into the venue

Self-made millionaire: Bianca and her sister Bridgett Roccisano, 30, are self-made millionaires thanks to their genius 'breast lift in a box' invention with Booby Tape

Self-made millionaire: Bianca and her sister Bridgett Roccisano, 30, are self-made millionaires thanks to their genius ‘breast lift in a box’ invention with Booby Tape

Just last month, they were in Italy for the 2022 Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna event, a trade fair for the beauty industry which runs from April 28 – May 2. 

Bianca and Bridgett are also co-founders of the eponymous clothing label  of the same name.

The Victorian sisters now sell Booby Tape products in more than 50 countries.

Their standard breast tape, which launched in 2018, retails for $21.95. One of their latest products sold out in just 24 hours.

Working hard: Just last month, the girls were in Italy for the 2022 Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna event, a trade fair for the beauty industry which runs from April 28 - May 2

Working hard: Just last month, the girls were in Italy for the 2022 Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna event, a trade fair for the beauty industry which runs from April 28 – May 2

The women previously told Daily Mail Australia they’d noticed there was a gap in the market for products focusing on supporting women’s breasts.

‘It’s been crazy; we have been overwhelmed with the global response and support we have received from customers,’ Bianca said.

‘We believed the business had potential from the start, but we didn’t expect the growth to be so rapid.’

The brand has more than 5,000 stockists worldwide.

The women previously told Daily Mail Australia they'd noticed there was a gap in the market for products focusing on supporting women's breasts. 'It's been crazy; we have been overwhelmed with the global response and support we have received from customers,' Bianca said

The women previously told Daily Mail Australia they’d noticed there was a gap in the market for products focusing on supporting women’s breasts. ‘It’s been crazy; we have been overwhelmed with the global response and support we have received from customers,’ Bianca said