I need a small break from posts that have taken much thought and effort and emotion from me, leaving me drained and blocked. And I know it’s been a while since I have reviewed something and luck would have it that I have come upon two beautiful pieces from Sugarshape recently! So enjoy this brief intermission from more serious topics and take a gander at my breasts~
So I’m sure some of you may have noticed that there’s a small little addition to the sidebar. The addition being a ‘Donate’ option through paypal. It’s not something anyone is required to do, as it is a donation option, it is for those who are willing to give and have the means to do so.
I know that the demographic of my readers is all over the place and I’m sure there are a good amount of people reading this blog for reasons that I never intended. My only comment to that is, if you’re enjoying what you see, then why not help the blog move along?!
The reason I have recently added this to the sidebar is for the benefit of the blog. If you haven’t noticed, reviews of bras are coming at a much slower pace as of late. This is because of my lack of income and quite expensive needs. The things that I need come in sizes that are out of the price range of a disabled student.
If you would be so kind as to donate to the blog, it’s completely anonymous and you will be repaid with more reviews and, in turn, photos of me enjoying all the pretty things that I can afford with it.
There is also the option to visit my Wishlist on Amazon
[Any and all collections will be put to purchasing things for this blog.]
This is a guest post.
All Undone is a new British bra brand aimed at a more luxury niche than I usually occupy. I’m generally happy about being able to pick up a new Panache bra at £30 (35€, $48), when a few years ago I was buying Prima Donna at 100€ (£85, $136), but despite its £79 price tag–£91.50 once the mandatory courier shipping was added in–I was eager to try the Lola bra. I ordered it on 7 October and it was delivered one week later (EU shipping). The website accepts Paypal or credit card.
It has been noticed by some(read: many) that once Freya passes the H cup, the design and construction of the bras take a turn for the worst. Braless in Brasil has requested a round up of the Freya bras I have that detail the wide wires, wide gores, and not enough depth(which goes hand-in-hand with the wide wires.)
So the gym…it’s a place I’ve been spending a lot of time at the past couple months and I really enjoy it. And you can all yell at me when I tell you that I haven’t been wearing a sports bra. (gasp!) It’s quite scandalous, I know. But I couldn’t find time to get the sports bra I tried last year back from my stepmother. So when I was contacted by Large Cup Lingerie to try a 32GG with matching shorts in a 14, I was more than eager to jump on the offer of trying a Sport!
(Be ready for a photo-heavy post in this review!)
SugarShape; a company doing their own thing with their own style all in attempt to help women overcome letterphobia while being properly sized. The way this brand goes about things is by using the underbust and (standing) bust measurement with a different style of labeling (which does cause complications with our dear Jj.) The style of labeling that they have is using those exact measurements instead of a band and letter. It does help take away the ‘stress’ that can be caused by a cup letter.
It’s our savior! Ladies, I swear it by all that I am that we have a savior! Or, so I hope we do. I don’t want to say too much, or raise your hopes too high, but the knowledge that I’ve obtained from the creator of this new brand, Edwards & Millers.
It hasn’t even launched. Expected date is in September, but no definite answer on that yet. But before I jump into the gossip-worthy answers from the lovely Tracy–the brain behind this production,–I want to explain just what this brand is all about.
This is a guest post.
Tutti Rouge, a new full-bust brand currently available exclusively at Bravissimo, has been the source of a great deal of excitement recently. The first bra to be released, the Liliana, has been the subject of a number of blog posts: Fuller Figure Fuller Bust, Invest in Your Chest, the Lingerie Addict, the Lingerie Lesbian (also part two), Sweet Nothings and no doubt others I’ve overlooked.
This is a guest post as the main author is currently too busy to properly write a post
Braologie is known for its unusual bra, which is designed to improve posture and push armpit tissue into the bra cup. I was not able to wear Braologie’s bra, but I purchased the posture vest, which is intended to help with the same two changes. I was especially interested in posture improvement, because I have poor posture when sitting and I spend a lot of time seated. Keep in mind that Braologie clearly states that the benefits will be reduced when the posture vest is worn without a Braologie bra.
I decided to try wearing the vest over a period of time before reporting on it in order to determine if it provided any benefit. I started wearing the posture vest on 23 April and wore it regularly until 14 May, excluding a few days when it was washed.