Boob dating

01-Oct-2017 17:02

“But actually so many celebrities are wearing the wrong-sized bras and their misinformation becomes what people accept as fact about cup sizes,” explains Laura.

“It’s actually about the relationship between a woman’s back size and the cup.

Now for those women with smaller breasts (who are in my mind blessed), you probably won’t have even got this far into my piece as you’ll be wondering what all the fuss is about.

But the self confidence boost and health benefits of actually finding a decent (and shock, horror, pretty) hoist, (read bra) in which to contain your mounds of mammary, cannot and should not be underestimated.

For example, in this particular instance, if a woman was wearing a 38D bra, it would change to a 34E.” So ladies (big and small-chested alike), on the hundredth anniversary of the bra, I think it’s time to do your boobs a favour and treat them to a bra which actually fits. I will leave you with three tips I learned at Boob School: 1.

Make sure your bra’s back panel/strap is firm and flush to your back.

“It’s because of the impact glamour models and women in the media wearing the wrong-sized bra have on people’s perception of size,” Anne informs me wistfully.How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?t was – I assumed when I first arrived in LA – my running gear, or lack of it.Balconette, strapless, plunge, full cup, half cup – this bra business is complicated stuff.And yet, despite all of the options (design and style) out there, the majority of British women are still walking around wearing the wrong sized-bra.

“It’s because of the impact glamour models and women in the media wearing the wrong-sized bra have on people’s perception of size,” Anne informs me wistfully.

How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?

t was – I assumed when I first arrived in LA – my running gear, or lack of it.

Balconette, strapless, plunge, full cup, half cup – this bra business is complicated stuff.

And yet, despite all of the options (design and style) out there, the majority of British women are still walking around wearing the wrong sized-bra.

Busting the DD myth (sorry but it’s too good a pun to miss out on), is something they all feel passionate about.