I’m sure you’ve heard me say it many times now but wearing the right bra size is absolutely important! That’s why it’s imperative to get measured every year or so to check in and make sure your size hasn’t changed. The wrong bra size can cause sagging and discomfort, among other issues. Choosing the right bra for you is also imperative for these reasons.
Let’s face it, we’ve all heard the same few phrases repeated by many people while attending zoom meetings, searching social media, or even twiddling our thumbs in quarantine. The one that I have heard the most that makes me cringe is, “Well, at least I don’t need to wear a bra,” or “My bras are getting a much-needed break right now.” While, in the end, you should do whatever makes you the most comfortable and happy in your life, I would love to offer my advice and strongly encourage you to keep wearing bras every day!
Being a woman normally means having a whole lot of problems when it comes to our figures and our weight. While most lament about being too big in the thighs and the tummy regions, others might have back problems because of a heavy bust. In direct contrast, we also have women who are way too thin, or even if they have quite the figure, lack in bust what they have just a bit lower on the abdomen.
Although the braless look seems to be gaining more and more popularity among “It girls”, bras are actually must-have lingerie items that help you look flawless and elegant in any outfit. Of course, there are certain evening and cocktail dresses that should be worn without any bra, however, whether you go out for a walk or get ready for a party, you’ll definitely go for the most appropriate bra type for your attire options to guarantee your looks stand out. It’s here that it becomes vital to learn how to choose the right bra for every outfit you’re going to don!
ThirdLove sent an open letter to Victoria’s Secret the other day, and it’s become a pretty controversial piece of news. The letter (shown below) was posted to the company’s Instagram with the text stating, “I was appalled when I saw the demeaning comments about women your Chief Marketing Officer, Ed Razek, made to Vogue last week. As hard as it is to believe, he said the following: