Lilyette 954
A new lingerie term has popped up recently. The term "spacer foam" is being used when describing some new t-shirt or contour bras. Currently several bras on the market use this spacer foam as the fabric in their seamless bras. So, what is it?We all know what corrugated cardboard is. It has a top and ...
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BraSizeWrongF72
 I was in a boutique on Rodeo Drive years ago, and trying on a pair of pumps.  The sales person remarked on how fabulous my toe cleavage looked.  What? I thought.  Toe cleavage?  Well, now I'm in the bra business, and breast cleavage is a constant topic.  Women and men have differing optio ...
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There's the old saying that we all put on our pants one leg at a time.  However, when it comes to bras, this is not the case.  Over the years, we women have come up with a couple of clever techniques for putting this uniquely feminine garment in its proper place.The Hook and Spin Method:Thi ...
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chart
One of our fabulous Customer Service Representatives, LaBresha, emailed me recently and told me many of our customers ask about the difference between European bra sizes and America bra sizes.  She then suggested I blog on the subject.  Well LeBresha, thank you for your suggestion, and here you go ...
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braangel
I find it kind of odd that a man would find a solution to the problem of an underwire popping out of a bra.  But, Scott Dutton from England has. Called the Bra Angel, this devise has won the inventor two gold metals for Invention of the Year.Here's how the Bra Angel works.  It's a piece of plastic ...
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