BRA INFO & BLOG
BRA INFO & BLOG
“I have an 11 year old who was breastfed. That said, the goof would only eat out of the left one, and my right stayed the same. So I look heavy on my left. Does any bra accommodate for ooomph? I hate that my damn nipples are totally lopsided.”
The need for, and the challenge of finding, disability-friendly bras and underwear.
Different parts of the world have their own naming systems for bra cup sizes.
“This is going to sounds really stupid but it’s like… I can’t find the right tightness in my straps. Either they’re falling down or pulling my bra up and over my breasts. I can’t find a happy medium in tightness or looseness. It’s aggravating.”
“I have had ONE bra in my entire life where the wires sat flush against my sternum. They pretty much always stand away from it and I hate it.”
You do not have to feel “beautiful” to have respect and compassion for your body.
“Bras with a big enough band (42) have a cup size too big that puckers. The bottom of the cup fits, but the top has no cleavage. When I get fitted for a bra in plus size stores they say I need a huge cup and smaller band and the cup swallows me.”
“Anybody else end up with a stomach ache (like high up where your actual stomach sits) after wearing almost any kind of bra for more than an hour or two? Like the pressure from even the loosest fits end up hurting deep in my rib cage.”
Bras DO NOT cause cancer. Full stop.
“Petite fit bras! Bras that fit my cup size have underwires that go into my armpit.”
“The top part of the bra cup starts to ‘roll’ and shows under shirts.”
Why many online and chain intimates retailers would rather call something a “Sale” instead of what it actually is: “Clearance”.