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Ultimate Lift and Support? I don't think so.
on July 25, 2015
You advertised this bra under "full figure" and used words like "lift" and "support."
I do not think those words mean what you think they mean.
I am a full figured woman. Gravity, children, time, and the weight of my full figured chest have conspired against me. If I'm not wearing an adequate bra, I can punch myself in the face during a windstorm. My boobs are doing their best to become intimately acquainted with my waistline. When I see the words "lift" and "support," I expect LIFT and SUPPORT.
Instead, this is a bra made of a very soft, pliable fabric with zero shape that isn't provided by cranking the shoulder straps as tight as they will go. There's no actual lift. There's a bare hint of padding--akin to the width of a folded up square of toilet paper--that is crushed beneath the weight of my curvaceous face-punchers. It never had a chance. The only support provided by this bra is the promise that in a windstorm, both of my breasts will lift as ONE when they punch me in the face.
Full figured girls need actual lift. That means a slice of padding in a sturdy, non-crushable material that is lodged beneath our boobs to give us the illusion of having some sort of super anti-gravity power. We need support that doesn't involve cranking the shoulder straps so tight that they cut into our skin. We should look in the mirror and see perky breasts that would never dream of putting out anyone's eye in a windstorm. Instead, I looked in the mirror and saw droop.
I can get that look for free.