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The ‘Underwire-d’ Wonder

A humourous post wherein the author shares her joy at discovering the 'underwired' bras. 

A humourous post wherein the author shares her joy at discovering the ‘underwired’ bras. 

I never thought my tryst with underwire bras could be worth writing, but man was I wrong (Read it big time wrong).

So, here I was shopping for the newly found sizes of my girlie years after popping out my first child. No, I didn’t put mine through corporal punishment by wearing them when I was breastfeeding. I mean once my baby transitioned into being a toddler and I had to move back to my corporate job, I realized that my bosom wasn’t in peace with my existing bras. In fact they were acting hostile to the given boundaries, ready to pop out of them and making my tee-shirt bras fail miserably when worn with formal shirts and blouses.

Breezy is the one word that comes to describe my till-date experience with this wire wonder:

  • Barely there effect- So it is there, very much there thanks to the results I see, but still the feeling is that it is barely there.
  • Amazing support- Support that is taut yet not tight, support that is just right, is what this wired wonder is providing me.
  • Feather-weight light- literally, it couldn’t get lighter than this when providing good support to sagging big ones like mine.

Never took to these kind of bras in life because it always sounded too much of an effort to keep a tight cord under my breasts. But now with a childbirth and being back to normal weight, I have come to realize that they need help from all corners! So, here I am in my 30s, trying a wired one for the first time in life and trust me I feel like a diva in it.

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New mom. Corporate Czarina. Born to read.

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