The most common lament from small-busted women is a feeling of inadequacy. They are often embarrassed or feel less feminine than their average or full-busted friends. I help women of all sizes realize that her bra size is just a number and a letter and does not define her worth.
Dropping food down your cleavage us no problem because it just goes straight through! Obviously you know that not having huge breasts has its advantages, but still, you get a little tired of hearing about it all the time. Bras were never your thing, but now you've been blessed with bralettes and it feels like they were made just for you.
Teresa and I have the same opinion on a lot of things. Basically on almost everything. But let me start from the beginning.
Are small boobs more attractive than big boobs? We found out. I don't know what it's like to have small boobs.
When I was younger, I remember wishing that my boobs would grow because it sucks having an A-cup chest. When you have larger boobs, your choice for bra color are white, nude, and black. Maybe big boobied beauties want some butterflies and polka dots on our bras, did you ever think of that, clothing companies?
Sports bras used to come in one style bindingone color grayone fabric cottonand one size fits all. Those were the dark days of fitness for women—and we won't even talk about leotards! Thankfully, the past decade has seen a revolution in support for sweaty sisters, with an explosion of sassy styles, fun colors, and moisture-wicking fabrics.
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Yeah, we may not have much to work with when it when it comes to cleavage. However, when it comes to the freedom of going braless or wearing cute strappy tops, we are winning gold in that category. So get your tissues out you know, the ones you use to stuff your bra with and prepare to laugh along with me!
A friend who owns a lingerie store in Brooklyn opened my eyes to an emerging trend in lingerie: petite sizing. This growing category aims to provide solutions to common fit issues people with smaller busts often experience, such as a need for shape, ill-fitting straps, and gaping cups. They've even created smaller cups, such as 28AAA, and some companies, like ThirdLoveoffer half sizes.