Sunday, December 12, 2010

Training Bra?

Werte Readers! So I ended up ordering my first bra. Pictured above (stock photo) it's a Glamorise brand in white. It's stretchy and has a rubbery band across the top so it doesn't slip down by accident. The material is thick and has a bit of cup to it so it doesn't exactly fit right as I don't have tits to fill it out. I've worn it at play time a few times now and it is a turn on somehow. Despite the rubbery strip, it does still slip down, again probably because there are no real breasts to fill the cups. I recall a man who got breast implants put in a few years back on a bet. After winning the bet, he decided to keep them because he enjoyed them so much. I could see how that would happen! I'd love to get a demi cup bra as my next one, something lacy and pretty. Of course it won't really fit well either, so that's not a real priority right now, especially since bras are so expensive.


Sheen V said...

Very nice! I don't have one like it, and I think now's the time to add one to my wardrobe.

JamieLin said...

Fred, check out the discount racks at Kohl's! Unbelievable bargains. A cups can be a bit of a rarity, but it sounds like you enjoy the touching and feeling while you browse anyway. More likely you'll find smaller cup sizes in juniors.

An added plus is that you're treading in women's territory. Yes they know. Guys don't buy closeout merchandise for wives and girlfriends!

Lastly, if you want a fit, try a sport bra.

badside said...

Sheen: TY, glad you like it. Can't wait to see what you get!

JamieLin: I do enjoy browsing and being able to touch the lingerie. TY for the tip, was thinking the same thing, maybe a sport bra, but they tend to be plain and not very frilly. I'll be on the lookout though.

Anonymous said...

I personally like camisoles - one that is satiny and lacy and just a tad too small so that it hugs my body. Sounds like just the thing for you too.

Nothing beats a sexy, frilly bra though. Bras were my first love, but panties can be worn anywhere. I catch the after season (Xmas, Valentines) sales at the major stores (Sears, Macy's). Out of season, there are the outlet stores; I found a great, fashionable $90 bra for $7; it was marked down and heavily discounted on top of that.