Confessions Of A Curvy Girl: Some Things Shouldn’t Show Up For The Party

Confessions Of A Curvy Girl
I was almost one of “those women” this past weekend. I’m talking one of those women who feels she can hand out fashion advice to those unfortunate souls that commit a fashion faux pas. You know the type: the self-proclaimed fashion police. If not ourselves, we all know someone like that.

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I spent my evening at a local winery eating, drinking, and dancing. It was a great opportunity to mingle with others and of course, people watch. As the night progressed, more and more couples decided to join in on the dance floor. I couldn’t help but notice a woman who was a wearing a super cute summer dress. The dress had a billowy fabric off of the shoulders that only a woman her size could pull off. As she turned around, I saw the dress was backless and worse, she was wearing a regular, run of the mill bra. I don’t want to make excuses for this poor fashion choice, but the bra wasn’t even a dark color like her dress. It was stark white and out for the whole world to see.

It was like a bad car accident. One of those you don’t want to look however you can’t help but stare. Why in the world was it suddenly okay for women to treat bras like an accessory and not what it is, an undergarment?! I posed this question to several of my girlfriends. The answers varied from the change in inhibitions to just plain old lack of fashion sense. However, one specific response stood out to me: lack of knowledge. Some women, and I was one of them, do not know multi-purpose bras exist or how to shop for them.

It is much easier to make a good bra choice with the many options offered, from removable to reposition-able straps. Sometimes we just need pointed in the right direction.

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