Author Topic: Concealing your bra on a hot summer day  (Read 6884 times)

Jason13820

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Well, now it's finally starting to cool off to the point where I can go back to wearing my bras. Problem is, apparently I've gone up a cup size since the spring! My cup runneth over ... looks like it's time to pick up some new bras.

Offline Bman41

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I gave up a long time ago going without, I just can't take the discomfort driving. 

Offline Paa_Paw

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It is late in the year, this will be a dead issue now for a few months now for most of us.
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Offline Bman41

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Yup, but we are supposed to hit 80's tomorrow, but typically it is cool now.  I have just found that a good well designed t-shirt bra is almost invisible under most any shirt.  Patterns help a lot.  Darn adjusters in back are still a headache.

I want to look at a Soma invisible bra, they are completely unseen.  But $45 each....

Offline aboywithgirls

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Soma is a great option.  I have a few and I really like them. You should also look into the tankini.  These are tank tops with a built in bra. Very comfortable when the heat comes. They're also great for the beach (made for swimming so they dry quickly)
Bras aren't for women, they're for breasts.

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Soma bras are a good bra but very expensive i have found a molded cup in beige or black full figure coverage, works great as it rounds out my large breast to a more natural look, i have a couple in Playtex and glamorize and just ordered a under wired sport bra from title nine not a uni-boob bra but one with cups

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That is to funny. I ordered the same kind of sports bra for the same reason.  I hate uni boob!


 

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