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The death of sideboob?

December 04, 2013 3 min read

Side boob can be a wonderful thing - if it's intentional. It can be very subtle and sexy for women with smaller chests. For me...and women with my "predicament"...not so much. I have a petite frame and what was so lovingly named in high school, "soup bowls" on top. There are worse problems to have, I know, but we always want what we don't have - right? Regardless, having a small waist and big chest can make buying clothes an interesting endeavor. If I buy to fit my chest, it's like a garbage bag on the bottom. If I buy to fit my waist, it's so tight on top I can barely breathe. A nice middle ground is actually tops/dresses/etc with lower necklines - you can still buy them so that they're tight around your waist, but not so restricting around the girls. Okay so the breathing problem is solved, but now we have the debate; bra or no bra. I would 100% LOVE to go braless, but with a larger chest you never know what's gonna happen. Boobs can do unexpected things. Any time I go out in public without one, I feel like I spend 50% of my time making sure I'm not exposing myself and the other 50% of the time trying to keep my clothing in line. So I came across this bra and though I've seen similar ones in the past, they've always been SUPER padded. For some, this is awesome. For me, not so much. I'm always so discouraged when I go into VS and realize that for the price of the bra, they throw in the tits for free. I'm young! I want a cute bra damnit! (first world problems I know..I know). And for all those ladies out there who are in a similar situation to mine - when you try and dress it up a bit and wear something that has a deeper neckline, how often do you end up with a bra that creates boob overlap? Again, if you're bigger on top with a smaller waist - chances are you've got an awkward band to cup-size situation - meaning finding the perfect fit in ANYTHING outside of a full-coverage bra can be a task and a half. This bra may not be necessary for every day - but it's an interesting concept for those neck lines that just don't seem to work with a regular bra/going braless isn't ideal. This is Wonderbra's lowest bra to date - which claims to offer support while minimizing pitfalls such as accidental nipple slips and side-boob. The bra, which comes in a choice of black or nude, features a front that dips down as far the solar plexus so it can be worn under a plunge line top or dress
Plunging: The new bra dips down to the solar plexus
Choice: The new bra comes in a choice of black or nude
I did a bit more research and it looks as though the bra ranges from 32A to 36DD - which is a pretty great spread for such a specialty bra. For ladies with a smaller chest, this bra looks like it'd give an appropriate lift and a super sexy shape. For those with a larger chest, the bra actually looks like it'll keep you strapped in without being strapped down.
Inspiration: Cleavage-baring celebrities such as Holly Willoughby helped popularise navel-scraping styles
So what do you think? Has anyone tried a bra like this before? Verdict? Thoughts?
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