Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Updated: Spend 6 Minutes and Watch This

A propos of recent discussions about breast-shape, Claire really deserves some kind of award for the bra-fitting info she provides:



You can also find this on Butterfly Collection blog: http://blog.butterflycollection.ca/2013/04/how-wire-width-and-cup-shape-affects.html

18 comments:

  1. All I'm getting is a black box that I can't click on. Can you put in a link too?

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    1. I've linked to the site also. Let me know if it works from Butterfly Collective...

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    2. It still doesn't work for me from here, but it worked on their website, though apparently it must be something with my browser since others are able to see it. Thanks for bringing my attention to it, I think if she updates with a bit more specifics it'll be extremely useful. And I'm now subscribed to her blog. :-)

      It must be a bad computer day for me? Apparently "my OpenID credentials could not be verified." Guess that means I need to get off my ass already, eh?

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  2. That is a great video. I love how she talks about bras holding the breat tissue, like it just needs a good hug from a friend to stay put.

    I struggle to describe my own shape sometimes but I think that breast tissue high up but shallow is my MIL and I'm the second type where all of a sudden there is breast tissue that needs a good hug.

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    1. I know! It's no surprise that it's freakin' hard to make a bra that fits.

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  3. Thanks for sharing. This is a great video.

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    1. Butterfly Collection really is trail-blazing...

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  4. D'you know...until you started this series I'd never even thought about bra shape other than "will it show under this dress"! It's a whole new world...

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    1. Ha! Imagine how it's going to help your sew and knit fitting!

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    2. I swear I don't know how I've managed to make a wearable garment over the last *cough* years! I'm really enjoying this shift and learning process.

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    3. In truth, neither do I. Now I'm all fussed about fitting freakin' knits. Ain't gonna happen. (At least as of right now.)

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  5. Great information. Thank you for sharing!

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  6. Brilliant link, thanks so much!

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