bra


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bra

An undergarment worn around the upper chest, which covers and supports the breasts, worn by females, cross-dressers, transsexuals and others.
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Firstly, the myth about bras trap toxins, up cancer risk is absolutely false.
Women confess that they don't know what to do with their unwanted bras and often don't realise they'll be gratefully received by charity shops.
Donated bras not suitable for export will be recycled by BCR Textiles who pay pounds 1 per kilo.
I put a bucket on the bar to collect them and punters and friends were happy to help by donating their unwanted bras.
Wearing a bra may be one reason why women don't sleep well at night.
Unleash your wild side with Next's animal print underwired bra, pounds 8.
More than 65 bras - yes, those unmentionables that hold up the area close to every woman's heart - have been transformed into works of art and will provide a means of support when they are auctioned off for breast cancer research and assistance to local cancer patients.
For others, a correctly fitted bra in a sensible design, and that means no plunge or balconette styles, will suffice.
A new bra should fit on the loosest hook, and can be tightened with wear.
But 63% of the women polled were wearing the wrong bra size and 37% admitted to having never being fitted - meaning 6,000 bras sold at Debenhams a week may be in the wrong size.