>Shopping for bras is worse than shopping for bathing suits. I don’t know why, but it just is. Whenever I try on a bra, I feel like the least attractive woman alive. From some time in early high school, I wore a 36 B. Since graduation, I’ve gained some weight (who hasn’t) and was a 38 B. Lately, I’ve noticed that my bras haven’t been fitting as well as they used to, so I decided to remeasure. I went to this website to do the calculations and it told me I didn’t need a bra. Right. Let me walk into the office on Monday sans brassiere and see if anyone notices.
I think I also have been taking my measurements incorrectly. I didn’t know you were supposed to add by 5 for the frame size. No wonder I’ve been crabby.
By the way, some of that website is not safe for work.
>I’m on a personal mission to get every woman in America to put on a bra. Big or small, every boobie needs a hat. I’ve seen enough episodes of Three’s Company to know that.
>Go to Macy’s foundation dept. Get a professional fitting. Sure, its awkward and a little embarrassing, but trust me, its worth it. You will feel renewed. .
>Wow, foundations. Do they still call it that?
>whats a bra?
>That is one awful website… makes me feel like never bra shopping again… especially those pictures.