Running a website is a lot of work. Most of the time I’m busy adding new store items, writing, and editing, blog posts, or keeping up on social media. It’s easy to get lost in the details.
When I review website analytics, I see which Breast Life blog posts get the most traffic. It’s a great reminder that my job is first to help readers with breast and bra issues and concerns.
This week I’m sharing five of the most popular The Breast Life blog posts. Each of these articles targets a particular problem and group of lingerie and bra wearers. Let me know if you’ve read any or find them helpful. I’d love your suggestions for future blog posts—so please add those in the comments, below.
These do’s and don’ts of buying your daughter her first bra include reading recommendations and helpful websites. If you want to learn more about bra styles and brands, check out 15 First Bras for Young Girls, and The One Back to School Supply Every Young Girl Needs.New Breeze Fremont Sports Bra Available in Sizes XS-ML via Yellowberry
There are several causes for underwire bra pain, not the least of which is wearing the wrong length or style of wire for your body type. This post also includes a helpful bra video from A Sophisticated Pair. For more about different bra shapes, styles, and sizing, see the TBL blog category Bra Wear and Care.La Perla Bra and Tanga Available in Bands 32-36, Cups B-D via Nordstrom
It’s hard to believe that I wrote this piece over four years ago, yet it still gets regular comments. What’s unfortunate is there’s still little information or research available about aging breasts. There are still too many questions and few answers. You can look here for tips on how to dress the senior chest, or here for inspiration on doing a lingerie photo shoot in your 50s.Parfait Underwire Molded Bra Available in Bands 30-40, Cups D-G via Nordstrom
One continually underserved population of bra wearers are those wearing a large band with a smaller cup. It’s the one group that has more limited lingerie choices. Petite brands (offering small back sizes) and plus size (focused on full cup busts) don’t meet these needs. As a result, larger band/small cup bras are hard to find. Look for more suggestions in this category, coming soon!Elila Embroidered Microfiber Soft Cup Bra Available in Bands 36-54, Cups A-G via HerRoom Glamorise Seamless Soft Cup Bra Available in Bands 38-58, Cup Size A (only) via HerRoom
It’s been three years since I began to write about male readers who need or want to bras. This initial post has generated over 800 comments. Because of demand, I added a blog category and feature guest bloggers who provide perspective on this topic.
What are your favorite The Breast Life blog posts? Did any of the above make your list? Got any suggestions for future posts?
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