lankydrummer85 wrote: »
Have you tried Bravissimo? They have sports bras and sports wear for those blessed in the chest area. I love their stuff.
Wiseandcurious wrote: »
It's funny to see how many different definitions there are... I think the term is so elusive because it is in fact always an euphemism - either of
- "traditionally feminine" (whatever the speaker thinks that looks like)
- fat (for a woman, as it's always a gendered term, unlike, say, chubby).
To me, when I hear it, it always has a connotation that the speaker thinks they know what is a/the "nice" way to look as a woman, and that always bugs me a little. Although as a pet peeve it is far behind "lady" which always connotes the idea of a "nice" way to be as a woman, which is worse...
Lobsterboxtops wrote: »
I would really like to take back the ‘curvy’ moniker for the hourglass shape. Even now that I still have some inches to lose in the midsection I still consider myself a curvy figure, I think it has more to do with the hip shape when it comes to pants.
It’s been a nightmare finding jeans to fit in the low and mid rise styles for the last 5-10 years. A curved cut would have a smaller waist in relation to the hips, and would avoid the dreaded gap of doom. We won’t even talk about those of us with a long torso and high natural waist.
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