Friday, October 21, 2011

Comfort for Your Cleavage

I can’t believe how much cleavage I have been seeing by professional people lately. I may be old-fashioned but isn’t there some kind of dress code anymore? I realize that many young women aren’t afraid to flaunt their girls but I’m not comfortable seeing teachers, doctors and other professional women with so much chest exposed.

Part of it might be helped by just purchasing a correctly fitting bra. Did you know that 80% of women wear the wrong size bra? Here are some directions that maybe you can pass along to someone who could use the advice.

1. Take a snug measurement around your rib cage, directly under the bust. If it’s an odd number, add 5 inches to find y our chest size; add 6 inches to an even measurement. Place y our finger under the tape measure to allow for your body’s expansion from sitting.

2. Then measure around the fullest part of your bust, without stretching the tape too tight. The difference between this and the band measurement determines your cup size.
Difference                   Cup Size
1 inch                             A
2 inches                          B
3 inches                          C
4 inches                          D
  5 inches                          DD
   6 inches                         DDD

Many stores like Penney’s and Kohl’s have bra-fitting professionals come in to help you. I’ve never felt comfortable doing that so using the info above made it easy for me to perfectly measure up.

What’s your take on cleavage? Does it bother you to see such low-cut clothing on professionals or women in general? (While my husband isn’t complaining he says it does make him uncomfortable when dealing with women at work who are dressed in revealing clothing.)
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