21 May 10

The Debate on Bigger Busts




This week we seen on ACA about the new M Cup Bra, well the not so new because I know my girl Debra over at DeBras has stocked it for quite some time. So it's matter of it being available however no one importing it or not many.

Anyway that's not my debate! My debate is-

"Professionals" saying that our growing bust size is due to our growing waist line which I think is a complete load of bollocks.

We are just better educated about bras, we are catering for larger cup sizes so we aren't squeezing ourselves into small bras and we have fantastic Lingerie Boutiques that excel in bra fittings. We are actually smaller in the back with a growing amount of women being fitted with back size of 6 and 8 and cup sizes of F to J. So it's really not a matter of "Growing waist lines" at all.

Here's what Chiropractor Dr Simon Floreani says there are a number of contributing factors to our ever growing bust sizes.

"Expanding waist lines" he says is one of them.

"And there's other factors like there is oestreogen inhibotors or hormone disruptor's in much of our food, our diet, our lifestyle," he says.

Good bra support is of vital importance with heavy breasts. That I totally 100% agree with!

I stand by what I always say "Stand in the mirror side on and if your girls are south then you are wearing the wrong bra. Whether you are a D Cup or and M Cup. It's makes no difference."

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  • Imogen Lamport, AICI CIP

    I come from a long line of women with generous busts, and my bust size doesn't get smaller when my waist does – it's just genetic.

  • Bra Queen

    I am exactly the same as is my whole family so I totally agree Imogen.

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