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Almost 9 out of every 10 girls aged 13-14 are failing to meet the recommended amount of exercise, according to the Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation, and for many of them the reason boils down to one easily-solvable problem – their bra. A study published in The Journal of Adolescent Health found that almost half of 11-18 year old girls – and almost two-thirds of those who wore a D+ cup size – said that their breasts had some sort of impact on their participation in sport and exercise. ...

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Brava customer - Isabella Van Deursen

This post has been guest-written by Brava customer, Isabella Van Deursen. In July 2018, I am heading to Nepal on a school trip as part of a World Challenge expedition. Our World Challenge team will soon decide on a community project, which may involve assisting locals with much-needed renovations or construction, establishing clean water and waste supplies and creating vegetable gardens. We will have the opportunity to work with families who live off the grid and in extreme poverty. Nepal is one of the least developed countries in the world, with a literacy rate ...

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Bra advice from mother to daughter

Will I Am’s 2007 Hit “I Got It From My Mumma” is our family’s mantra. My mum is a glorious F cup and her three lady offspring don’t drop below an E. Our boobs came in quick, which made puberty hell for us and for our poor dad who went bald worrying about all the boys he’d have to fight off his little girls. Being twelve with giant boobs wasn’t easy. I’ll never forget the day I came home crying because Michael Donnelly decided to point ...

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This blog post has been guest-written by Alison Vella from Student Musings. So I recently entered the corporate world. If I thought hiding my knockers was a problem before I was out of my flipping mind. Working in an office where tees and ripped jeans violate dress codes makes choosing an outfit an almost impossible task. It’s like having another limb to think about – an awkward protrusion to hide because some bloke decided it was inappropriate flesh to flaunt. It’s not a nightclub, you don’t want to be cat-called, or hit on or ...

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A well-fitted bra relieves back and neck stress

This blog post has been guest-written by Arti Rajput, Brava fitter and writer on City Living Coastal Loving Do you remember your first time? Walking past the mannequins winking at you from the window display, then entering the store with a ding. Accompanied by your mother who didn’t understand how her baby could fit into a bra. Or did you go with your closest friends? All a bit nervous, acting as if you knew what you were doing... pick a bra, try it on and wish for the best. Fingers crossed. ...

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This blog post has been guest-written by Alison Vella from Student Musings. Heading into 2017, there is a whole area of sports medicine dedicated to supporting big breasts. There are scientists examining our grievances from a biomechanical perspective. They are researching, designing, prototyping and testing and it is their innovation that has allowed us to vault off springboards, skip over ropes and sprint to finish lines confident in the vehicle of our own flesh. Here’s how they’re doing it: They have reduced bounce There is a serious risk of knocking yourself out doing mountain ...

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This blog post has been guest-written by Aneta Pazeski from Bridesmaids Dressing Room So you’ve been asked to be a bridesmaid! It all sounds like lots of fun and good times… and you can’t wait to be there by the bride’s side on her special wedding day. You’re excited about being a part of the bridal crew, but if you’re a busty girl part of you might be ”freaking out” a little when it comes to the thought of finding the right dress (and the right bra ...

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How do you feel about your bra size? Are your cups half full, half empty, or over-flowing? Before I worked at Brava, I used to squeeze myself into D cup bras. I didn't even believe cups went bigger than an E cup… anything close to an F cup set me reeling back in self-denial! On the subject of self-denial, as a teenager I was fearful of anyone mentioning Dolly Parton in my presence. Name-calling wasn’t something I stood up to well. At the very beginning of my journey as a bra fitter ...

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