Should you wear a bra? A 15-year French study says no. The study says bras make your boobs sag. Others propose that bras make your breasts look perky, protect you during exercise, and make you feel secure. But do you know everything there is to know about your bra?
If you’re considering making the bouncy leap into the bra-less world, we’ve got tips. (Not just those kind, either.) We’ve also got bra facts, fit advice, health updates, and the history of the bra. Just in case you want to be the designated bra knowledge keeper on your trivia team.
Your breasts are your buddies. And much to your grandma’s horror, we may be entering the era of side boob and full-on nipples right out there in the open as an every day occurrence. There will be a day where breasts will fail to shock in America. Until then, we’ve got Sweden and France.
Bra-less may be nice, but if you play sports, want to keep your breasts in place, like to enhance them, or you’re a big hugger, you probably want to strap one on. Choosing the right fit and style is an important part of a woman’s fashion. It can make a huge difference in how you feel. So choose well.
Bra or no bra, here’s to the girls. Let’s celebrate them with a few bra facts. Maybe afterwards, you’ll be able to determine if you should wear a bra or not.