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21 Things All Girls Who Hate Bra Shopping Know To Be True

Why the hell am I paying so much for a bra when I don't even want to wear one?

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1. Your hatred for bra shopping started at a young age, when your mum would drag you to the nearest department store to get measured.

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"Ah, good, my boobs have grown again. More bra shopping. Gotta love puberty."

3. Which is usually when the bra you've been wearing consistently for about three weeks decides to finally give up on you.

@VeraSweeney Idk why that is I have ONE favorite bra and it's broken... but I hate bra shopping #GettingGorgeous


7. In fact, nothing seems to be available in your size.

Hate bra shopping!! All those and none fit. Awesome

8. And that's if you can even remember what your bloody size is in the first place.

When you're bra shopping and can't remember your bra size #GrowingUpAGirl


10. If you've got small boobs, you annoyingly have to wade through bras with a ridiculous amount of padding to find the right one.

12. You frequently find yourself being distracted from the task at hand and playing around with the bras instead.

Lol shopping for a competition bra 😂

Or using this perfect opportunity to take mirror selfies in the changing room.


13. You've learned the hard way not to bring anyone bra shopping with you who doesn't quite get it.

the "im bra shopping with my wife" corner hahaha

It's just one more miserable person in the room, begging to be set free.


18. And you don't realise how picky you are until you've been through 30 bras and only like 2.

When you go bra shopping and the right hook is the number you like and the left is the ones you hate

19. You're rarely ever prepared for the amount of money you'll have to spend on a bra once you've found one.

Being a girl is hard when bras are this expensive😅

20. Which leads you to wonder why you buy into this booby trap time and time again.

Just finished my annual bra shopping extravaganza, I couldn’t agree with this more. Also: Help, I’m poor now.