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CuTeeee CuTeeee 7 years
Depend on the clothes, and event.But for me, on a daily bases- i like wearing shaped/molded bras.But whatever a girl feels more comfortable in,...
CuTeeee CuTeeee 7 years
Depend on the clothes, and event. But for me, on a daily bases- i like wearing shaped/molded bras. But whatever a girl feels more comfortable in,...
SouziQ SouziQ 7 years
I am a 34B, and I like pushup bras. Though I feel like the top part of the cups sometimes cuts into my breasts creating a boob muffin top. Thats not a good look for anyone. Sometimes you just feel like cleavage, though.
Kaori Kaori 7 years
I refuse to wear a bra that's not a padded push up one.
Tabloid Tabloid 7 years
Sometimes, it depends on what kind of top I'm wearing because I'm only 32B.
Tabloid Tabloid 7 years
Sometimes, it depends on what kind of top I'm wearing because I'm only 32B.
carhornsinapril carhornsinapril 7 years
ahles, try barenecessities.com or figleaves.com -- they carry wide size ranges, you might have some luck there.even though my chest is somewhat small now, i went through a gigantic bosom phase in college, which forever turned me off to having large breasts. so padding is a no-go for me.
carhornsinapril carhornsinapril 7 years
ahles, try barenecessities.com or figleaves.com -- they carry wide size ranges, you might have some luck there. even though my chest is somewhat small now, i went through a gigantic bosom phase in college, which forever turned me off to having large breasts. so padding is a no-go for me.
anntorr anntorr 7 years
Never, I can't say I am happy with the ones I have, but I definitely don't need any help in that department.
Echidna-girl Echidna-girl 7 years
I have no problem with people who want to wear padded bras - I'm cool with that. I just wish there were more non padded ones on the market these days for us C,D and upwards cup girls. It seems like ALL the new styles have at least some padding and I don't need any more thanks!
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 7 years
I have a medium sized chest and I wish I could find more non padded bras. I don't like bras that make my boobs look like fake orbs (like Victoria Beckham) in clothing.
ahles ahles 7 years
Other. Years ago I could wear 32b sometimes the rare c, and they fit alright. These days 32s rides up in the back, though I weigh 8-10lbs more! Almost seems like bras have gone the way of clothes. (As a teenager I wore size 5 jeans, later as a teen and young adult a size 3. Some of these I still own and they still fit, but there are modern brands where I can literally walk out of a size 0. In 40s-60s vintage I'm a size 5/6.) Anyhow, we've been looking for size 30c bras, without any luck but for a few ridiculously expensive ones online. Husband has even looked in asia while on business trips... no dice. So if I bother wearing anything it's either an ill-fitting 'yoink em up to your chin' bra that ends up rubbing as it slides around, or the stick on sort just to keep things under wraps in thinner shirts. If I could find one that fit, I'd be just fine with the occasional padded bra for the right neckline.
ahles ahles 7 years
Other.Years ago I could wear 32b sometimes the rare c, and they fit alright. These days 32s rides up in the back, though I weigh 8-10lbs more! Almost seems like bras have gone the way of clothes. (As a teenager I wore size 5 jeans, later as a teen and young adult a size 3. Some of these I still own and they still fit, but there are modern brands where I can literally walk out of a size 0. In 40s-60s vintage I'm a size 5/6.)Anyhow, we've been looking for size 30c bras, without any luck but for a few ridiculously expensive ones online. Husband has even looked in asia while on business trips... no dice.So if I bother wearing anything it's either an ill-fitting 'yoink em up to your chin' bra that ends up rubbing as it slides around, or the stick on sort just to keep things under wraps in thinner shirts. If I could find one that fit, I'd be just fine with the occasional padded bra for the right neckline.
angelinemarie angelinemarie 7 years
I always wear padded, I'm only a B..
julieulie julieulie 7 years
I try to make mine look SMALLER, not larger. The more I try to get in shape, the more disproportional I look, because I'm getting smaller everywhere else but the cups still runneth over.
poissondujour poissondujour 7 years
I'm a DD, but I still like a little more lift on some occasions!
Raiyah Raiyah 7 years
A little bit of padding i need it! not because my boobs arent big enough haha but just because i dont like the whole world to know when i'm cold...get it?
AujahAcorn AujahAcorn 7 years
no padding! No wire! so hard to find. i usualy end up in the traning bra section at target and i have B's!
BRANDYNICOLE730 BRANDYNICOLE730 7 years
I wear a 34DD, but I can only buy bras from Victoria's Secret, because it seems every other brand is ashamed of a woman's curves. Every other bra I've tried on, by many other brands, all push your breasts down, and basically try to conceal your curves.
TFS TFS 7 years
i cant understand why women wear padded bras, they offer no support at all & their un-natural and uncomfortable.:/
lemuse20 lemuse20 7 years
I wear padded but not to look bigger, but they seem to support better. And yeah, I like to be covered too :]
kiwitwist kiwitwist 7 years
I have light pading always... to keep the 'headlights' hidden LOL!
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