100-Year History of the Bra

by Online Dating on September 27, 2010

Here’s a look at the 100-year history of the bra. This isn’t just a history lesson. Make sure you know what you’re doing before you make your move or you may just fumble yourself out the door.


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  • stumbled upon

    Medieval Bra discovered in Austrian Castlehttp://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/jul/18/medieval-bras-discovered-austrian-castle

  • Slinky

    That last illustration which charts the weight of different cup sizes is inaccurate because cup size is relative to band size. A “D” cup merely means that the measurement of one’s bust is 4 inches larger than the measurement of one’s ribcage. Cup sizes go all the way up to a K cup and higher, but 90% of women are wearing the wrong bra size. For more on this:

    http://blog.butterflycollection.ca/2012/05/bra-school-not-all-d-cups-are-same-size.html

  • http://milano.bbakeca.com/ BBakeca

    Great post! I like it!

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