|age 11:||worry about internet people finding me in real life|
|now:||worry about people in real life finding me on the internet|
Some flattering pics of my current figure ;)
Tight fitted (actually, super elastic!) versus loosely fitted!
I am not too comfortable in tight, but seeing my silhouette, I think I should get over it and do it more often, yeah?
My all time favorite miracously-almost-fitting-bra from Bodique by Hunkemöller:
A nice (but too small) Change Lingerie bra:
You know when you hear big people say to a petite person “Omg! You are, like, the size of my leg!” Yeah, well, I’m the size of my own bloody leg :o
I just needed this so I could link to it :b It’s about brafitting, but never mind it xD
My friends evaluate my boobs every day. Literally. They discuss (both when I am present and when I am not) how well my bra seems to fit today, and since have a very limited selection of bras, they identify them going by the shape of my quadro-boob.
Then they go on to discussing how much skin I am showing, how many inches of clevage I am showing, and how streched my buttons or shirt is.
And that’s just the clothing aspect - they generally do estimates of how my boobs look - one friend said she touch my boobs more than her own (and I believe it!)
They often do parodies on me, like “Well, isn’t it nice to always count on meeting your cleavage every morning?”, and “Look, guess who I am!” (while squeezing their boobs together, and pulling down their shirt, causing roars of laughter when people immediately guess me)
The thing is, shirts that look modest enough on the models, are low cut on me (and belted waists often fit as under-bust for me, further emphasizing the bust)
Sometimes I try to explain to my friends: In yet another piece of “advice” on how I should dress my bust, my friend wore a medium-low cut tank-top, and said “Look! This is how you should show cleavage, not like you are doing it!”, and I asked her how she thinks I would look in that shirt - and she was forced to agree that it would probably look less ‘appropriate’. And also, what she labels ‘appropriate’ on her was actually a bigger percentage cleavage than what I was showing!
Also, today, my friend slapped my boob, and when I asked what that was for, she said “well, they distracted me, stop them from being all out there”, and she sort of took a second look to see that I was in fact wearing a top up to my collarbones, and a jacket over it. They were “distracting” no matter how covered up they were.
On yet another advice-session, my friends kept saying “well, then wear a scarf” or “Then zip up your cardigan” etc. But fact is, I don’t care! I don’t mind showing cleavage: As a plus-size girl, that seems to be the only inch of skin which everyone finds sexy. And more importantly, I don’t want to plan my entire wardrobe/life around covering up my boobs!
A lovely (but way to small) Bodique bra from Hunkemöller:
I have two that almost fit, but that means I always have to think of what I am wearing with it, so you don’t see all the signs of a too small bra… *sigh* - have placed a £100 order at brastop though! Hopefully something will fit right in that batch!
^^ This! Sometimes people don’t get that we it is not always intentional!
This weekend, for example, my friend kept joking that if I wore the same dress as last time we went to a party, she did not mind wearing her revealing dress, because she would look modest compared to me. I showed my other friend the dress from the site where I got it, and she thought the dress look too conservative for a party dress!
My friends also often frown at why I am often wearing see-through shirts - they are not meant to be see-through! but when it is stretched to it’s limit, being held out several inches from my body, it will be.
One of my friends wore a slightly low cut top, and said to me “Look! This is how much you should do it, not like this!”, as she sqeezeed her B-cups together and pulled her shirt below her boobs. I preceded to tell her, that if she looked at her clevage (not the one she joked about), she was showing about a 4th of her breasts and her neckline was about ½” from her bra - which is way more than I show! I think maybe she sort of saw what I meant. Next time I should insist on trying on her shirt. Actually, I think I will!