If you have breasts that go over a D cup, you likely know the struggle of shopping for clothes that fit properly across your chest. To make matters worse, the items that usually do fit well can be very expensive, especially when it comes to lingerie and swimwear. Many high street brands are yet to offer more inclusive styles for women with bigger breasts, but on online retailers are rapidly expanding their lines to suit different body types that are both affordable and stylish. I love the design of this Bluebella swimsuit — the intricate sheer lace detailing makes it look less like swimwear and more like a sexy bodysuit. Had I been able to wear it to the beach or pool, it would have definitely garnered some attention. Admittedly I have a long upper body, so perhaps it would work better on someone with a shorter one? The main thing I love about the Pour Moi bikini is that it is very jazzy; the colours are really bright and the print is lovely.
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Roxana Vancea was reading the forecast on Romanian television when she decided to get a bit active. This TV reporter presented more than just the weather, as she accidentally flashed her boobs while live on air. Busty Roxana Vancea was reading the forecast on Romanian television when she decided to get a bit active. As the clip shows as she is standing in front of the weather map she suddenly decides to suddenly break out into a jog. But as she changes into a jumping jack, her bra fails to hold her in and her assets are thrown from her top.
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T he average bra size in Britain is 36D. Obviously, this is a great thing. GG is large. But, the advent of a fashion company that begins at a C cup tells us a lot about how fashion treats tits generally.
Thanks for connecting! You're almost done. Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. Television has found a happy medium in breast cleavage--that innocent eye candy for emasculated husbands and prepubescent boys alike. However, cleavage is such an effective marketing tool that it also turns up in the most unexpected--and disturbing--places.