Discussion in 'Tilted Gear' started by cis689, Feb 5, 2013.
Picked this up yesterday. The picture is obviously not me, but I love this bra:
I own two now, one in beige and one in this gray colors. It's a Wacoal Reveal Underwire T-shirt bra. Highly recommended.
I like the video on this camera, gave up my cannon elph.
What is that?
That is an amplifier, ENGL Invader. So far so good!
Let me know how you continue to like it. I'm eyeballing one of these at Costco.
We bought a rice cooker.
And my stupid phone won't post direct after I rooted it.
no its not a suicide vest..
this is what i plan to use in the 100km running race im working towards
I second that notion. Wacoal in general are great for the more substantial busts, very comfortable.
My latest purchase:
Long story about that.
How can you stand to wear a bra with wire in it?!?!?! I have never understood how women find this comfortable.
Because otherwise it's uncomfortable? Free hanging, or without wires, they are yanking on my muscles. Ouch.
They make so many good ones now without wires I guess that is what I meant. When I wear the wires its all I can feel all day long.
I've tried newer bras sans wires. I guess some of us just need them to keep the girls comfy.
I agree. I haven't found any non-underwire bras that give me the support that I need. In fact, I have several different underwire bras that are extremely comfortable.
Yes, this one is super comfy. Comfier than anything else, for sure.
I have a couple of Wacoal that fit just perfectly, aren't foam lined, but have just enough lining to keep stiffies from being too obvious. I like them because the shoulder straps are a little more closely set, which work for my kind of narrow shoulders and ribcage.
I recently got a couple of "Ahh Bras" in a racerback style that you put on overhead like a T shirt. Very comfortable, and good support for the girls without wires. I bought them mostly to use as sleepware, but they are so comfortable that I were them during the day too.
They are a little awkward to get on or off, though.
Remember the Ladies Lounge?
Foam lined seems to be the norm these days. I've had zero luck in finding anything not foam lined in my size. The Wacoals I have are nice though because the foam is thin and really does a nice job of making the girls look super spectacular under a T-shirt. Yeah, I am definitely a fan of the straps on the Wacoal. They seem to be stitched in such a way that they don't stretch out as much as others.
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