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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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It's referenced throughout author and pattern drafter Beverly Johnson's book, The Bra Maker's Manual, vol.
Firstly, the myth about bras trap toxins, up cancer risk is absolutely false.
Debenhams Sharon Webb continued: "This is an everyday t-shirt bra, designed to be seam-free under clothes.
Most of the bras will go to remote villages in Kenya and Zimbabwe through charity Villages of Hope which provides food, education and healthcare to needy communities.
Don't fight against your inner tomboy, boy shorts can still be uber-feminine featuring dainty prints in pastels like J by Jasper Conran at Debenhams petals bra, pounds 20, and shorts, pounds 12.
Hilli - who is a 34E - said: "I thought that instead of just raising money I could donate bras to help others.
Then the women wore a bra for another three months.
Try Valisere's Sexy Mission bra in kingfisher blue, pounds 45, & Tai briefs, pounds 22, and Spoylt Intrigue green silk half-cup bra, pounds 80, and hipster lace and silk brief, pounds 55 from Silk Storm.
SANTA CLARITA - A worthy charity will get some underwiring - uh, underwriting - Sunday afternoon when the second annual Bras for a Cause event is held at the Santa Clarita Activities Center.
Chantelle's Alhambra multi-way bra, pounds 37, goes up to a DD cup for those with fuller busts, as does Triumph with its Glamour Curves detachable strap bra, pounds 25, and Passionata's Bahia multi-way bra, pounds 28.
Back then Uncle John said they used to play at Mogotel adding that he produced Bra Hugh's first album, Working for the Dollar Bill.