The Right Size Bra

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Ice.Maiden
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Re: The Right Size Bra

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Indeed, but not everyone's quite so OTT. Madonna used to have several changes of outrageous costumes, but that pales at the side of LGG's attire. Even Cher made some comment about the woman at the awards ceremony, saying that she felt over-dressed! Lol.
Btw, the chicken fillet expression comes from the shape of bra- fillers that you can get over here, which mould round the shape of the boobs they're lying against.

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i call them rabbit ears, as they are shaped like this: ()

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Yep - that sounds about right as well.

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Explanation of Lady Gaga's meat dress: It was an art piece meant to show that fashion is a meat market of people telling women what to wear and women buying those things and so it goes. And it could get to the point that if told it looked cute enough times some women would actually wear a meat dress.

I get Lady Gaga. I've always liked the pretentiousness of performance art.

Back to bras. I went into Cacique dreading the putting on and taking off of many bras since no two sizes fit the same way. Imagine my astonishment that the very first one I tried on fit like a dream! I bought another without even trying it on! Fits great! :thud:

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Oh LOL! Well done indeed. It's true what you say - bras differ vastly, even though sizes are supposed to be as the sizes say they are. I take a basic 36C, but some are too big, and the others - well I move on swiftly. I don't want to be busting out all over, excuse the pun.
If you find a brand which fits you well - stick with it.

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