In the early 1900s, modesty laws in many American cities were very strict and required most women to wear long one piece garments as well as stockings. Dressed in what would look like very conservative attire today, many women were arrested for pushing the boundaries of fashion by wearing their ‘brief swimsuits’ at the beach. … Continue reading “Can You Imagine Wearing Stockings With Your Swimsuit?”
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The bikini got its name from the Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean. Four days before designer Louis Reard introduced it, the United States had conducted its first peace-time nuclear weapons test. Reard named his design the “bikini” because he hoped it would create an explosive reaction. Want to create an explosive reaction of your … Continue reading “Where Did The Bikini Get Its Name?”
In 1964, Sports Illustrated debuted what would go on to become the Swimsuit Issue. The cover featured model Babette March in a white bikini on a beach in Cozumel, Mexico. The suit would not be considered scandalous by today’s standards, but back then it caused quite a stir! Want to cause a stir of your … Continue reading “Bikini History: The First Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue”
Created by Susan Rosen with Steinmetz Diamonds, the glittering $30 bikini was worn by model Molly Sims for the centerfold of the 2006 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. Shop HerRoom for swimwear that won’t break the bank!
You have probably heard about Annie Hawkins-Turner or maybe have seen her on TV. While her name may not ring a bell, her breast size might. Can you imagine your cup size being 102 ZZZ? Well that is what Turner’s is. Turner holds the world record for largest natural breasts, and yes you read that correctly, natural … Continue reading “Can You Imagine Having ZZZ Size Breasts?”
Did you know over 2 million women in the United States have breast implants? The desire to get breast implants doesn’t shock many people. However, the fact that getting breast implants tops other surgeries such as rhinoplasty and liposuction is somewhat surprising. Typically women focus more on losing weight, but this shows women are putting … Continue reading “Are You One Of 2 Million?”
Breasts are the last organ in our body to develop. Unlike most other organs, which develop at birth, breasts develop during puberty. While we all know our breasts grow when preparing for a child, you may not know your breasts always vary in size during menstrual cycles. During any given menstrual cycle your breast volume … Continue reading “Your Breasts Might Be 13% Bigger Than Normal”
Unlike other mammals, human breasts develop during puberty and then remain enlarged. Typically mammals only produce breasts when necessary (i.e. breast feeding). However, for humans our breasts stick around no matter what the status of our reproductive system might be.
Women wear bras for a whole rainbow of reasons: comfort, appearance, or just plain “keeping up appearances.” Some bras flatter small breasts making them look bigger, and others are designed for maximum comfort. Still other bras are designed for nursing or exercise. But how did it all get started? How did women start wearing bras in … Continue reading “The History of Lingerie [INFOGRAPHIC]”
Ever wonder why your girls look a little lopsided on some days and not on others? Well you have Mother Nature to blame for that. Science has shown that during days 14 and 16 of your menstruation cycle your boobs will be the most symmetrical due to changing hormone levels in your body. Researchers tested … Continue reading “Hormones Make Your Breasts More Symmetrical”
Ladies don’t give up hope if your boobs are still not the size you always wished they would be! Breast development is a vital part of reproduction in the human female, and while most of your breast growth happens during your teenage years, it turns out your lady lumps may not be done … Continue reading “Your Breasts May Still Be Growing”
Here is a little bra anatomy 101. Know that center part of your bra band in the front? That’s called the gore. This little piece is quite important. While not all bras have the same size or type of gore, others might not have it at all. It is very common in underwire styles. The … Continue reading “What Part Of A Bra Is Called The Gore?”