What To Expect When You Stop Wearing A Bra

May 31, 2019  |  
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braless era

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I am a part-time bra-wearer. That’s right—just part time. May aim is to only wear a bra when I absolutely have to, like for exercising, or times the AC may be blasting and my top will be thin. But, my default setting is to not reach for a bra when I get dressed. It’s really quite liberating. One of the very reasons I stay in sweats and big t-shirts for most of the day is the fact that putting on a bra is so damn tedious. You have to put the back in the front at first so you can see what you’re doing with those clasps, then you must put your arms through each strap, then you have to adjust the tightness of said straps because it never stays in place, and move that under-arm boob around so it isn’t spilling out over the sides. What a nuisance. I just reached a point when I realized I was wearing bras more for other people than myself, and I don’t want to anymore. If you do decide to go bra-less, there are some things you should prepare for—good and bad.


Never run late

Give yourself plenty of time to get everywhere because you don’t want to catch yourself running to catch a bus, or running from your parking spot to the venue or…just running at all. Because you don’t have a bra on and running bra-less hurts.


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