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shelving it

Postby pilvikki » 07 Sep 2011, 16:38


i've called some models that, but as a joke. we'll jokes on me:

shelf bra

wow. a bit confused as to the purpose of them... i mean, if you can wear that without either oozing over or popping out, you ain't gonna need one, g/f!
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Re: shelving it

Postby Ice.Maiden » 07 Sep 2011, 17:55

True, but they're "balconet bras" really, aren't they? I think they were designed for smaller women, and just give a bit of support when wearing low-topped clothes. It's enough to push them up and create a cleavage - but you're right - they don't do a thing for those of us who're naturally bigger anyway.
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Re: shelving it

Postby Tomsk » 08 Sep 2011, 14:49

what a load of tits....
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Re: shelving it

Postby Ice.Maiden » 08 Sep 2011, 19:02

Tomsk!!
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Re: shelving it

Postby ladypatg » 09 Sep 2011, 05:14

They come in larger sizes and so long as you're still rather firm work wonderfully.
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Re: shelving it

Postby Ice.Maiden » 09 Sep 2011, 17:30

Yes, I've worn them, and if you get the right size and don't spill over the top in an ungainly manner, they're fine for now and again. They don't give too much over-all support though, and that's what we need to keep our boobs from drooping prematurely.
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Re: shelving it

Postby pilvikki » 09 Sep 2011, 18:35


and if you're a bit larger and a bit less firm, you'll be wobbling about like a small scale waterbed.
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Re: shelving it

Postby Ice.Maiden » 09 Sep 2011, 20:05

That was very descriptive! :lol:

Yes, well that's when it wouldn't look very nice, and I can't imagine it to FEEL very "safe" either, but, if you get the right size it should be OK to wear now and again.

I was very flat-chested until my mid teens, but then suddenly blossomed - incredibly so. I always thought my boobs were too big for the rest of me, but made sure that I did exercises to keep them firm, and wore well-fitting bras. Even now, and after 2 children, I can go without a bra without sagging, but at the end of the day, nature catches up with us all, and .... yikes .... in my case, I don't think it matters much any more! :(
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