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What's your bra knowledge?

  1. Which of these describes a balconette bra?
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    A bra that gives a gentle lift and a rounded appearance to the bust.
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    A seamless bra, with smooth cups and gentle support.
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    Incorrect
    A bra with detachable straps that can be re-arranged in multiple ways.
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    A balconette bra gives a gentle lift and a rounded appearance to the bust.

    Via True&Co.
  2. Which of these is a T-Shirt bra?

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    Via H&M
    Via H&M
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    Via Victoria Secret
    Via Victoria Secret
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    Via H&M
    Via H&M
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    These bras are made to be invisible under tight-fitted T-shirts and clingy outfits.

    Via Victoria Secret
  3. Which American magazine first mentioned the word 'brassiere'?
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    Vogue
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    Harper's Bazaar
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    Vanity Fair
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    Wrong!

    The magazine was published in 1907.

  4. Breast density is the relative amount of functioning tissue to...
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    Areola tissues.
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    Breast skin.
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    Fatty tissue.
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Breast density is the relative amount of functioning tissue to fatty tissue.

  5. Humans are the only primates that permanently have breasts. All other primates only grow boobs when they’re breastfeeding.
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    True
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    False
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Humans are the only primates that permanently have breasts. Read the science behind this here.

  6. What's the largest natural breast size in the world?
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    140JJJ
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    800DD
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    102ZZZ
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    Wrong!

    Annie Hawkins-Turner is the owner of the world’s largest natural breasts.

    Via TLC
  7. Which of these is not a type of bra?
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    Convertible Bra
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    Incorrect
    Longfit Bra
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    No Sag Bra
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    Wrong!

    It's a longline bra, rather than a longfit bra.

  8. A bandeau bra is a cross between a strapless bra and a...
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    Cami.
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    Incorrect
    Tube top.
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    Corset top.
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    A bandeau bra is a cross between a strapless bra and a tube top.

    Via Macy's
  9. Which of these is a balconette bra?

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    Via Curvy Kate
    Via Curvy Kate
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    Incorrect
    Via Curvy Kate
    Via Curvy Kate
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    Incorrect
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Think more cleavage, less coverage. The balconette is super comfortable and super supportive. It gives the boobs a rounded shape with great uplift.

    Via Curvy Kate
  10. Which of these describes a longline bra?
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    A longline bra is a no-fuss bra. It's usually unlined, unpadded and wire-free.
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    The longline bra is designed to show off a sexy cleavage under deep neck outfits.
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    The longline bra provides extended coverage from below the bust to a few inches above the belly button.
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    The longline bra provides extended coverage from below the bust to a few inches above the belly button.

    Via Brastop
  11. What was used to make the first sports bra?
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    Jockstraps
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    Napkins
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    Metal
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    Wrong!

    The first sports bra was fashioned out of jockstraps.

  12. Why did women stop wearing corsets during World War I
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    It was too painful.
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    Shortage of metals.
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    It was too heavy.
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    Shortage of metals.

    Corsets were mostly made of metal, which was needed for ammunition and other military supplies. So the U.S. War Industries Board asked American women in 1917 to stop buying them.

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