When I turned 13 and finally started to go through puberty , all I wanted was to start wearing a bra. By the time I was 14, all I wanted was to stop wearing a bra. I had quickly learned what most of us already know—that bras are typically uncomfortable, rigid, and cut into your under-boob area. The most relieving part of my day was when I finally got home and could peel off my bra. That brought challenges, however, as I wasn't yet entirely comfortable with the idea of going braless. So I decided to dip my toes in the water by rotating through several bra alternatives—all of which were certainly more comfortable than my go-to underwire bra.
I Haven't Worn a Bra in Years—Here's What I Wear Instead
Bra Alternatives | True&Co.
There's nothing like supporting a cause by releasing the girls from their confining cup cages. But there's a problem: Many women welcome the functional aspects of the undergarment. Tossing our inhibitions to the wind and our brassieres in the fire is a tempting thought, but the reality can be impractical. See also: NoBraDay forgets that women are more than their boobies.
Tommy John Blog. Gone are the days of uncomfortable bras that poke and pinch. No more slipping straps or bunching. Women agree that what matters most is the support and above all— comfort of your bra. Your girls deserve the best of the best, after all.
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