bras are a necessary evil in my opinion. i take mine off as soon as i get home in the evening but of course would not be caught dead outside my house without one.
i'm not a good bra buyer though. i've never actually had a "professional" fitting--do they really make a difference? i read somewhere that the support in your bra is supposed to come from the cup not the straps. uh, if that's the case when the hell are they going to start making the cups out of something more supportive than fabric like say, silicon (like the bake ware) or plastic? sure, if you're less endowed or in your early 20s or haven't had a kid i can see where fabric alone is supportive but c'mon.
i've always worn under wires thinking for my size the support is good. maybe i'm wrong. i hate trying on bras. i can't just pick a letter and number and go with that all the time because different bras fit differently. i'm pretty simple when it comes to shopping though. for some reason i'm drawn to the colored bras (then get pissed when i get them home and realize everything shows through my shirts) and ones that are pretty but not overdone--not too lacy, no adornments, no heart things, etc. they can't be itchy either.
plus, does victoria secrets have it right and we really need to spend an arm and a leg on bras? and how many bras should one person own? any thoughts on good bras and how to buy them etc. would be helpful.
these made me laugh this morning : ) i am perhaps the world's worst procrastinator, i can't help it. i'm thinking of seeing someone about it at some point. (he he, get it??)
and here's the quote i liked:
"I'll let you be in my dreams if I can be in yours."-- Bob Dylan