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karategrrl
post Feb 26 2009, 09:52 AM
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Hey ladies, need your help....

Anyone know where I can get a bikini that's not only small-bust flattering, but with bottoms that are cut a little higher than usual on the hips? I don't want those high-waisted bottoms, I just can't wear all those low-rider-type bottoms that are so popular right now b/c I have short legs and they just make me look stumpy. I want something narrow-cut on the sides (but preferably not side-tie strings) but that is kind of angled high--not straight across the hips. Anybody??

Thanks!!
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karategrrl
post Feb 26 2009, 09:41 AM
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Angie 21, that is a GREAT link to that retouching site!!! I found it very fun to toggle back and forth between the "before" and "after" with the breasts! Hahahaha!

Loove the micro bikini top, too! I've always wondered where to get one. I'm considering it.

And that is one wicked hot photo of the small-busted hottie (with the black jacket). OMG.

You all just build me up so much! <<<HUGS>>>
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post Feb 26 2009, 01:09 AM
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I like the other myth mentioned on the champagne glass page. It says that auditioning members of the Folies Bergere dance troupe had to undergo a breast test: if one of their boobs couldn't fit inside a coupe, they couldn't dance with the troupe. I like the story even though it's not really true.... for once, small breasts gave women an employment advantage!
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post Feb 25 2009, 08:08 PM
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QUOTE(angie_21 @ Feb 25 2009, 03:29 PM) *
honeybunch - I think the day is already here that a helluva lot of girls have implants. but as far as I have been able to tell, that makes natural boobs, no matter the size, all the more attractive. Any guy I've EVER talked to wants to know he is getting the real thing, and finds the bubble boob off-putting. Nothin like perky little boobies that you know will stay perky after the age of 25.
looney - I have the same problem. I find that no style is universally flattering. some boy-cut bikini shorts make my booty look so fabulous no one is looking at the boobs, but others are downright hideous. I just try on pretty much everything in the store until one works right. And I am not afraid to go with some padding - hides the nipples anyways. I think small chested girls actually have the advantage with bikinis, since we don't need as much support and can try a wider variety of styles because of it. Also, if you have a nice flat belly, work it, baby! Just draw attention to your best features and that is what people will look at. I can honestly guarantee that 95% of the people out there don't give hoot how big your boobs are, and the other 5% are creepy anyways.

Most guys I know love boos, all boobs, and quality is far much more important than quantity!

IA with the bold. I just hope natural boobies don't became a scarcity. I take that back, I know 4 women at work who want or have boob jobs, not just 3. That's just in my itty bitty department,too. I'm just gonna take a step back and really think about why so many people feel the need for that.
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post Feb 25 2009, 08:04 PM
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QUOTE(crinoline @ Feb 25 2009, 11:33 AM) *
and here's one designed especially for smallies! got no cleavage? why not show it all??

I really like designer swimwear, because it is cut smaller and more likely to be unpadded. You just have to comb the 'net for the great sales!

I looove microtops.



And the pic of the small bustie is lovely!!!
Here's someone I've had my eyes on... Small bustie
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post Feb 25 2009, 07:07 PM
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Wow, thanks for the factual verification, DJ! I had heard and retold the champagne glass story using the Empress Josephine version. I loved the bit re. the Folies Bergere turning down girls who overflowed the glass! I've noticed before that most Vegas showgirls tend to be small breasted as well.

A toast to all of your lovely small breasts, ladies! (with champagne glass raised)
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dj-bizmonkey
post Feb 25 2009, 06:51 PM
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unfortunately, just a myth about the champagne glass: http://www.snopes.com/business/origins/champagne.asp
i looked it up several years ago after some one told me the same story. but it is a nice story regardless.


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crinoline
post Feb 25 2009, 06:50 PM
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angie - add Katherine Hepburn to your A cup classic ladies list!


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angie_21
post Feb 25 2009, 05:01 PM
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And one more thing while I'm at it...

Retouch of a magizine "model" to make her breasts (and other feautres) appear bigger. http://demo.fb.se/e/girlpower/retouch/

Survey of men about implants. the article is biased though, as you can tell by the sentence "A spokeswoman for More magazine, which commissioned the poll, said: "Women would be better off spending their money on new dress and shoes rather than fake breasts."
http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/Sky-News-...200806413546467

Website with a ton of photos of breasts of all sizes. Showing that not only our idea of perfect size, but also our ideas of perfect shape, are completely unrealistic!
http://www.007b.com


I also found this on the internet - don't know if it's true or not:

Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, and Jackie Kennedy were all A cups

The wide-mouthed Champagne class was originally modelled on Marie Antoinette's breast. Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, was one of the most sought-after women of her time, chased by men of all stations. Her breast, which became the toast of the town, was only an A cup, based on the original mold still held in France. This woman was considered extremely sexy, extremely attractive, and she was proud enough of her breasts to celebrate them as a Champagne glass! Marie Antoinette certainly didn't consider her breasts small. She considered them to be the perfect size!
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post Feb 25 2009, 04:31 PM
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Oh, and also - I think there are specialty stores that sell bras and swimsuits specifically for women who have had a masectomy. My mom had a sponge "breast" and other types of padding to deal with these problems. I would check at specialty lingere stores. Or check in with a breast cancer charity to see if they have any products.
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angie_21
post Feb 25 2009, 04:29 PM
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honeybunch - I think the day is already here that a helluva lot of girls have implants. but as far as I have been able to tell, that makes natural boobs, no matter the size, all the more attractive. Any guy I've EVER talked to wants to know he is getting the real thing, and finds the bubble boob off-putting. Nothin like perky little boobies that you know will stay perky after the age of 25.


looney - I have the same problem. I find that no style is universally flattering. some boy-cut bikini shorts make my booty look so fabulous no one is looking at the boobs, but others are downright hideous. I just try on pretty much everything in the store until one works right. And I am not afraid to go with some padding - hides the nipples anyways. I think small chested girls actually have the advantage with bikinis, since we don't need as much support and can try a wider variety of styles because of it. Also, if you have a nice flat belly, work it, baby! Just draw attention to your best features and that is what people will look at. I can honestly guarantee that 95% of the people out there don't give hoot how big your boobs are, and the other 5% are creepy anyways.

Most guys I know love boos, all boobs, and quality is far much more important than quantity!
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crinoline
post Feb 25 2009, 12:33 PM
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looney- for you, I think that bikinis with more interest (beading, ruffles, embroidery, stripes) on the top than the bottom goes a long way to balancing a pear shape.
here are some examples of what I mean:
bandeau
beaded
embroidered

and here's one designed especially for smallies! got no cleavage? why not show it all??

I really like designer swimwear, because it is cut smaller and more likely to be unpadded. You just have to comb the 'net for the great sales!


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loonydaray
post Feb 25 2009, 10:20 AM
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thanks loves smile.gif
and thanks karategrrl.. she's done really well. strong as hell


on another note here is a dose of sexy little boobs happy.gif
(breasts are showing just fyi)

breasticles
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karategrrl
post Feb 25 2009, 08:53 AM
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QUOTE(starship @ Feb 25 2009, 02:08 AM) *
like all those with perfectly good C-cups putting themselves through surgery rolleyes.gif

That totally goes up my ass sideways. mad.gif I'd like to trade breasts with someone like that--I'll take her perfectly natural good B-cups and she can take my A's and make them into quadruple D's if that's her thing. Just joking--I wouldn't want someone else's boobs.

Starship, the bikini you like is really flattering for our busts. More bandeau swimsuit top options
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post Feb 24 2009, 09:08 PM
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i couldnt find a decent picture of the style of bikini im thinking of going for this year but this pic is close
http://product-images.paidonresults.net/3/272533-400x400.jpg
ive seen lots around though, like bandeau tops with a twist in the middle. the knot on the twist adds abit of bulk to my chest and because its bandeau i dont have to worry about any cleavage issues (i.e. my lack of) or the embarassment of not filling out cups without padding. i hate padding on bikinis! you come out of the water and two hours later your boobs are still wet. oh and the tops that ive seen like this have had almost like boning at each side of the chest bit which i think will give me abit of a push up (most of my boob fat is on the outer sides if that makes sense)

someone posted a link not that long ago to a gorgeouss one piece suit they were getting. out of my price range though if i remember rightly:(

your mums more tricky. there are a few websites especially for women with masectomys, like this http://www.nicolajane.com/category-Tankini...kinis-SWIMTANK/ but you said she isnt looking for padding and other than having 'pockets' i cant see the difference between these and alot of regular tankinis.


karate i think alot of people already consider us microscopic! a few years ago some boys in my school class were looking at some topless pictures in a trashy newspaper and commenting. the smallest girl on there was a large C/small D Id say, but one boy pointed at her and said quite seriously sometthing like 'i wouldnt go with her, she's really small'. clearly ignoring the fact that she was drop dead gorgeous and i suspect if she turned up on his doorstep he's be thanking his lucky stars. some women have the same dwarped idea of 'small' too. like all those with perfectly good C-cups putting themselves through surgery rolleyes.gif


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post Feb 24 2009, 02:43 PM
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QUOTE(loonydaray @ Feb 24 2009, 06:40 PM) *
help help help!
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okay i need some major bathing suit help...
first there's me. 32a cup (although nearly a fits maybe a bit better?) and pear shaped. so like..what looks good on my shape?

but mostly my mom really needs help. she had a double mastectomy back in august and decided against reconstruction. she's looking for a tankini that will hopefully cover up her scars.... what are some good websites or places to go? i mean there's absolutely no breast tissue so it's been really frustrating trying to find something...everythings got padded cups. ridiculous. help! please smile.gif


There was much discussion of bathing suits awhile back. You might look at those posts again. I personally like Venus, Delia's and Newport News for swimsuits. Delia's is geared toward teen girls so their tops are flattering for smallies (with little to no padding! Woot!) Venus and Newport News allows you to buy many tops and bottoms separately--you choose the cut and size that works best for your figure. I wonder if you mom might open up her options with those waterproof silicone breast pads. I found some in a sewing/crafts store. I mean, she is not trying to be something she's not, just re-creating what once was, right?

And <<<<HUGS>>>> to your mom for all she's been through!!! <3
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post Feb 24 2009, 01:40 PM
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help help help!
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okay i need some major bathing suit help...
first there's me. 32a cup (although nearly a fits maybe a bit better?) and pear shaped. so like..what looks good on my shape?

but mostly my mom really needs help. she had a double mastectomy back in august and decided against reconstruction. she's looking for a tankini that will hopefully cover up her scars.... what are some good websites or places to go? i mean there's absolutely no breast tissue so it's been really frustrating trying to find something...everythings got padded cups. ridiculous. help! please smile.gif
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post Feb 23 2009, 09:21 PM
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QUOTE(starship @ Feb 21 2009, 09:58 PM) *
It's the women not the men!- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BtPq0dfAzc


Skyyjohn for President. That's all I gotta say. (When Obama's term is up, of course.)
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post Feb 23 2009, 04:56 PM
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QUOTE(karategrrl @ Feb 23 2009, 02:03 PM) *
I love you all. I agree totally with all the recent comments here. Yeah, the ugly implants page is pretty hilarious (in a sad sort of way). I, too, am pretty mortified at the popularity of breast enhancement surgery. I'm not saying I'm against it all the time, in all situations, but it's true that it's getting more and more available, more acceptable, and yes, cheaper and thus more available (still not "cheap" by any means, but definitely more so as implants continue to become more popular, fostering competition between doctors). Ugh. It's just so sad and as you ladies saw on that web site, it's warping everyone's perception of what "small" and "large" actually are. The way things are going, in 20 years maybe we'll all be considered microscopic! blink.gifI wish I could see "My small breasts and I," but I'm in the US!


We already have small booby syndrome, so I wouldn't be surprised. mellow.gif

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The clips of that other show I saw on youtube were a bit disturbing in the sense that all but one of the teens who got the implants hd them way too big but did not see it that way. One in particular was quite slender and tall but had these C-cups (and she had originally wanted D's!). They looked totally disproportionate on her. When she woke from surgery, she looked down at her chest and said (though her anesthesia fog) "I've got boobs, I'm a woman." Funny, I was thinking over the weekend that getting your period used to be the milestone to becoming a woman!


I kinda agree with one of the posters on youtube-she looks like she could do porn. I don't mean having big breasts =porn, I mean she's got those stereotypical porno implants. Oh gosh I hope that makes sense.
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post Feb 23 2009, 03:03 PM
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I love you all. I agree totally with all the recent comments here. Yeah, the ugly implants page is pretty hilarious (in a sad sort of way). I, too, am pretty mortified at the popularity of breast enhancement surgery. I'm not saying I'm against it all the time, in all situations, but it's true that it's getting more and more available, more acceptable, and yes, cheaper and thus more available (still not "cheap" by any means, but definitely more so as implants continue to become more popular, fostering competition between doctors). Ugh. It's just so sad and as you ladies saw on that web site, it's warping everyone's perception of what "small" and "large" actually are. The way things are going, in 20 years maybe we'll all be considered microscopic! blink.gif

I wish I could see "My small breasts and I," but I'm in the US!

The clips of that other show I saw on youtube were a bit disturbing in the sense that all but one of the teens who got the implants hd them way too big but did not see it that way. One in particular was quite slender and tall but had these C-cups (and she had originally wanted D's!). They looked totally disproportionate on her. When she woke from surgery, she looked down at her chest and said (though her anesthesia fog) "I've got boobs, I'm a woman." Funny, I was thinking over the weekend that getting your period used to be the milestone to becoming a woman!

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