by Sara Caspi
And we’re back on track. I hope you've all had a fun and frisky day with friends or lover(s) this past Valentines day! Whether you bought new lingerie for the day, or just need some replenishment in your current lingerie drawer, I've found a really useful tool to help you out along your way. The website explains various types of main bra styles, explaining the differences with imagery and words. Check out LingeriePlease. It clearly defines the basic shapes of bras out on the market today.
While I’m a fan of more brands than they offer on the site – which I’ll get back to in future posts, I thought the education behind what they’re saying is really great and informative and a definite one-stop shop of know-how in assessing what styles are right for your shape and clothes. But, as always, I encourage recommendations from a trained professional in your area, such as with Nordstrom, or high-end boutiques such as Alla Prima in SF. I can’t vouch for many others as I haven’t experienced their fit-process personally when it comes to cup sizes higher than a DD, however, wherever you choose to go, make sure that if you’re on the extremes on the scales in band sizes (smaller than a 32 to a 38 or larger or have a small bust or large bust – regardless of what size you think you’re wearing) it’s important to find a store that carries those sizes. I know there’s a store in San Mateo for the petite sizes, and Nordstrom and Alla Prima have been best for variety and sizes F cup (DDD/DDDD) and up.
Knowledge is Power. Live it up!