I didn’t believe it at first, either. When I first heard about the Būband, I googled up review after review looking for someone who could verify that it was a ridiculous garbage gimmick. But most of what I read was positive, so I told you guys all about it. I even bought one for myself, and now? I’m a believer.
All the trend reports confirm what we already know: if you’ve got boobs on the smaller end of the spectrum, bralettes rule. The bralette is having a moment right now among women whose breast size permits the freedom, and wish for something less oppressive than the average bra.
The trailer for the forthcoming movie Bad Moms, starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn, as well as Christina Applegate and Jada Pinkett Smith, dropped this week. It includes a very similar joke to the one seen in the recent Melissa McCarthy film Bell was also in, also released this spring, The Boss.
Last Friday, I found myself on a mission to buy a new bra after realizing that all of my old ones had been worn to near-transparency or had picked up that classic dirt-tinge that’s somehow unique to old underwear.
Victoria’s Secret is being sued by Debra MacKinnon, a lingerie designer who says the company ripped off her invention for a fancy push-up bra.
Recalling the certain horrors of growing up as a nerd becomes more palatable when Cool Dork Tina Fey chronicles her own humble—often humiliating—youth. She recently did just that on the Graham Norton Show, with, of course, some prompting from the host.
Deep within my dresser, in the third drawer from the top, lives two bras I love and wear regularly—and five others I regularly forget exist.
A woman in Germany was hit by a stray bullet—but it skipped off the underwire in her bra, possibly saving her life.
Some women really love Victoria’s Secret, and two women in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania just couldn’t stem their overwhelming desire for the mall brand’s bras. The AP reports that two unidentified women robbed the Wyoming Valley Mall store three separate times, managing to stuff some 150 bras into purses and pockets.
When you find the right bra, it can make a huge difference in both how your clothes fit and how you feel in them. Certain types of bras, however, work better with certain tops. Here are the best bras for different types of clothing.
Nude lingerie will soon become a real option for women of color, thanks to a new company called Nubian Skin.
A new study has found that regularly wearing a bra does not increase a woman's risk of developing breast cancer after menopause, which would be a huge weight off our shoulders except that it literally isn't.
Turns out World War I was responsible for more than Spanish flu and modernist novels read by college freshmen: The conflict also helped American women kick the corset and embrace the bra.
Elusive chanteuse Britney Spears and famed weirdo director/ transcendental meditation enthusiast/ amazing Louie guest star David Lynch are launching their own respective lines of women's wear. Both contain bras.
In Italy, a 28-year-old man hit up a town called Bra — yes, that is the real name — to raid local balconies for, er, bras.
THIS JUST IN ON THE BOOB TUBE. Natural and smallish breasts are "in" and an increasing number of women are choosing to go out in the world BRALESS.
Scientists have invented a new thing to add the realm of possible body modifications humans can spend their money on and it's being referred to as "an internal bra."
Great news if you're looking to scifi your sex life: You can now purchase glow-in-the-dark lingerie. Yes, ladies, we have the technology. All of science and innovation have come to this! Perfect for a nighttime rave or your erotic Tron cosplay.
The bra market for cross-dressing men (as opposed to men who want to achieve the Kellan Lutz effect with some not-at-all-obvious, custom-fitted chest cushions) is growing, thanks in part to the efforts of a Japanese online retailer.
Don't worry, emotional overeaters; your future is bright, sort of. Thanks to a collaborative study between the Microsoft Research Institute and the University of Rochester, a new, emotional-stress-detecting bra and mobile app duo may soon be giving your already fragile emotional state the extra guilt it needs to…