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Post by Admin on Sat Oct 07, 2017 8:52 pm

There is a word in the full bust community I refer to as the T word. This word is a "bad" word to many in the community.  Why is the T word almost a non-discussable word?


Many in the full bust community like their bras a certain way, almost a necessity. They want an unlined seamed bra  in many colors and designs. For many, if you do not request that or want that or wear that, they give all the reasons why you should.

Some women have asked for help regarding this word and not only have not received help but even given ideas and option's to do opposite of their request. I have watched threads where women have left in anger and frustration because of the attitude over a simple request.

Many women in the U.S. like T-Shirt bras. Why do they like T-Shirt bras?
Well, several reasons. First, many women like form-fitting tops that seamed and colorful show through. Then, many women like the lightly lined to a thicker lined cup for privacy reasons. They also like the smooth seamless look under their clothes. And many women like lighter colors or skin toned to blend in.
These are not bad requests, and some women have stated they need these bras for work - even stating their employer requested this in their uniform requirements.

There is nothing wrong with T-Shirt bras, they provide a great benefit for many women and they are available in high full bust cup sizes. Wacoal, Natori, Chantelle, carry thee bras to H and I cup. Panache, Freya, and Curvy Kate also carry these bras in high full bust cup sizes.

A few examples-

Freya's Deco

Curvy Kate's Smoothie: This is Coppafeel but is the same

Chantelle's Rive Gauge T-Shirt

Wacoal's La Femme Plunge

There are many brands that carry T-Shirt bras, I listed a few above. From lightly lined to a thicker cup that does not add size and many come in colors besides black and light.
So many to choose from that doing a study on the bra types and cup thickness including cup sizes they come in is necessary as they are all different from brand to brand.


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