Well, since you brought up the subject...I'm in the "Sherrine-Class" of bra wearers. I think about
40% of my total weight is located on my chest and has been since puberty at age 11. I've always hated wearing bras, none have ever been comfortable, but now with fibro it's torture.
I only wear a bra if I'm going out. If someone comes to my home they best deal with it...except if it's company I have never met or rarely see. I'm talking about
family and close friends here.
As far as the ones you are all talking about
, I've never seen them because any TV I watch is non-commercial. And they don't have too many bra commercials on the hockey channel that hubby likes.
My only concern is any kind of money back guarantee. Read the fine print very carefully. Some offer a 30 day money back guarantee BUT... you pay return shipping. And the 30 days start from the day you place your order. By the time you receive it and mail it back the 30 days is up...or that's what they claim. Have seen it happen to friends. If you can find something in a store you can try on and if you like online shopping you might be able to find that same one online. Often cheaper and you have some assurance too. I don't mean to sound skeptical, just preventative. If anyone finds something that is very comfortable for us more amply endowed ladies, please pass on the word. I wouldn't mind something to wear while at home.
Thanks for the topic,
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