Spillage, shoulder indentations, back fat -- the wrong bra can give you some pretty nasty results. Here's how to find the right one
Think DD cups are just for Playboy Playmates and Hooters' girls? Think again. "We don't consider D's a large cup size," says Koch. "We're into K cups now, and you'd be surprised at who actually wears those sizes." In fact, there's such a stigma against D-sized breasts, that many women squeeze themselves into smaller cups -- never a good thing.
Take Kim Kardashian's nude "W" magazine spread. In the article, Kardashian says she's a DD, but Edmark thinks that's way off. "In my opinion, she's a larger cup size than she is claiming ... her cup size is more like a DDD or even a DDDD," she says.
So why doesn't Kardashian own up to her cups? According to Edmark "[women] don't like the sound of their real size. For example a 34G. It just doesn't sound sexy. 'Look at those E's!' Anything more than a DD and it sounds like you have implants or are abnormal."
Both experts say it's time to change our thinking about our cups -- and start owning up to our real sizes. After all, "the right size makes you look thinner and younger," says Edmark.
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