9 THINGS YOU SHOULD NEVER TELL A WOMAN!
9 Things That Go Through Every Woman's Mind When Trying On Bras
1. How many other women's nipples have touched these exact cups?
Even though you're not likely to wonder who else has tried on, say, a skirt, with intimate apparel, it's hard not to think about this—and get a tad grossed out, even though you know there's nothing truly yucky about it.
2. Do they look big enough?/Do they look too big?
Many women would like a little more on top, so a bra that makes it seem as if you're bustier is golden. As Heather from Long Island, NY, says, "I wish I weighed more…but only in my boobs." For curvier women, on the other hand, some bras can make your already-ample bosom seem even bigger. Although some ladies (and gentlemen) would see that as a perk, it can just make you look rounder. (Trust me on this one.)
3. Does this give me back fat?
The bra may make you look straight out of a Victoria's Secret catalogue from the front, but having it look unsightly from behind counteracts any va-va-voom you've got going on head-on. Besides, if the bra fits you properly, your back should be free of unsightly bulges.
4. Do I have underwear to match this?
Lingerie sets can get pretty pricey, but if you're planning a romantic night with your partner, you probably don't want to be sporting a frilly, lacey pink bra with your solid-red cotton period underwear. While it's pretty common to stick to neutral colors for everyday wear, splurging on a fancy bra is worth it if you know you have something similar to coordinate from the bottom. Melissa from Yonkers, NY, says, "I will only buy a bra if it matches my color scheme of underwear."
5. Does this fitbothbreasts well?
Although hard to believe, most women have different-size breasts. So your bra may perfectly cradle and support one boob, while the other pops out of its cup. (I may or may not have had this struggle in fitting rooms…)
6. Why is this not fitting me? This is my size!
Ah, if only every undergarment brand was aware of the misery of bra shopping. When you're loyal to one lingerie company, it can come as a shock that your regular size doesn't come close to fitting in another brand. (I was once a 34C in one brand, and fitted to be a 36D in another.) Your best bet is to consult an in-store bra specialist, if available. You probably just need to go up or down a size or two.
7. This is way too expensive!
Some brands can get way too fancy with their added features. From super padding to special push-up inserts, some bras can cost as much as . Use this guideto find a bra that fits properly without the extras. But don't get too cheap: As much as you want to save a few bucks, finding a perfect fit is a life-changer.
8. I wish I didn't have to wear a bra.
Unless you enjoy the feeling of underwire all day, life would be a whole lot easier if forgoing a bra under your outfit were socially acceptable.
9. There are totally hidden cameras in here.
One day, people will point at me on the street because they saw some video of me online trying on bras.
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