Brassieres and bra-fitting were the premise for a recent scene –I mean bitchfest–on RHONYC. If you don’t know what RHONYC means, that’s ok. You probably don’t want to. Suffice to say it was the first series that showed me up close and personal that actual grown women in midlife could wear a 32-inch bras. Or–imagine this: a 28FF. Seriously? I was NEVER that small.
But this post has nothing to do with that, I promise. I just thought the whole scene–I mean bitchfest–was amazing and this post reminded me of it.
Back to the topic at hand, size matters. Bra size does matter. Other things matter, too, when it comes to the brassiere.
My friend in real life, Quin, over at Sister-Lady-Girl, got some info from her doctor that led her to rethink the way she bought bras and cared for them. It’s true. I’ve been around bras for a long time, but I actually learned a whole bunch from this post. You will, too. That’s why I was thrilled to have her guest here today.
Quin’s good people and I love her fashion and style blog. But today, go on over and learn a few things about bras here.
But before you do, if you’ve got something to share about about bras, bra-fitting or breasts, leave it in the comments below. Because even though I’m in Portugal? I want to know.