Bras may serve a purpose, but that doesn’t mean we have to like them. Many women spend the first 10 to 12 years of their life eagerly waiting for the day they get to wear a bra. Once the novelty of bra-wearing wears off, most of these women find themselves counting down each day to the moment they get to take off their bra. This is because bras, no matter how much support they provide or how flattering they may be, are annoying.
Bra shopping should be a simple enough activity, but that doesn’t mean it is. Flat-chested women complain that they are unable to find a bra small enough and women with large breasts say they struggle to find a bra big enough. And of course, the lack of a “universal bra size” is a headache all of its own.
The Girls May Be Twins But Not Identical
You may not like to admit it, but the majority of natural breasts are not identical. The size difference between a woman’s breasts may not be noticeable or it may be obvious. Even though it is normal for a woman to have one breast that is larger than the other, the majority of bras are made for perfectly symmetrical breasts. A good quality bra usually doesn’t come cheap, and if you want a custom-made bra, the price will only increase.