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Post by Admin on Fri Apr 27, 2018 4:07 pm



So... I was on a website looking around and found something about the types of bras for different boob shapes. One of those bras was the plunge bra, it said for small boobs - and then 'what the plunge bra is supposed to do'.




                              Huh?





Wait a minute, there are medium to large boobs that wear plunge bras
                                   
                                         And    

There are several different types of plunge bras.


Alright, what types of plunge bras are on the market? There is the seamless T-Shirt plunge: some have graduated padding and some are a light to a thicker lined cup.
Then there is seamed unlined and seamed lined - seamed unlined had a three-part seamed cup. The seamed lined have a three-part cup that is lightly lined to a thicker lined cup.

Well, why would a woman wear a plunge bra?  A few reasons and nothing to do with adding size ( which many consider a pushup bra.).  Some women have boobs that are very close together: touch at the top or very full and touch in the bra and the gore on balconies and full cups are too high. The plunge bra tacks correctly and gives her the lift she needs.


Then they discussed full boobs and  'they sit lower on the chest'.

Who says all full or Large boobs are lower on the chest? Some are positioned high and some are self-supporting. Then there are some that are pendulous but their shape is different( different types of pendulous) as they get larger.


One type of pendulous, some people think 'sag'. No, they are firm. As they get bigger they grow downward. Another type of pendulous, they grow outward and their bottom portion goes below the IMF: Inframammary fold - or the soft part between the boob and ribcage. The underwire goes in the IMF. If the underwire is on your ribcage, it does not fit.

Several brands have plunge bras. Wacoal, Natori, Freya, Panache.


Seamed light lining plunge - DD cup



Lightly lined T-Shirt plunge - Triumph H cup


Wacoal Le Femme - H cup Light T Shirt plunge


Unlined with a light thin pad for support - D cup


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