4 Eye-Opening Reasons to buy (and wear) non padded bras

Almost every day, I talk to women about underwear. One of the most common questions I hear them ask (or read them type) about a bra is, “is it padded ?”

It may seem like padded and/or pushup bras, are the only styles to wear if you want the rounder, lifted look to your breasts but this is simply not true. You probably don’t believe me, so if you want to know why, keep scrolling. 🙂

PS, these apply to not just bras, but all lingerie with actual structured cups. 

1. Support: Contrary to what you might have heard, the layers of “foam” in a bra are not really what lifts your boobs. That amazing engineering feat is performed by the underwire (annoying little bugger) and the band of the bra. So, the right size of an unpadded bra will fit you just as well as a padded bra AND lift those babies. A lot of you ladies are plus size/full bust and YES this applies to you too.

Curvy couture intimates Unlined bra worn by @therealshannonmcdowell in a 46G. 

2. Comfort: Non padded bras might just be more comfortable than padded bras, in my very humble opinion. There’s no unyielding cage trapping your boobies. It’s more of a gentle pushing in the right direction. Also, your skin gets to breathe. Leaving you less hot and sweaty underneath your clothes.

Sheer dream by Scantilly

3. Natural look : Padding can leave you weirdly shaped as your boobs are being forced into whatever shape the bra style is. Some clothes may look better with a little extra something underneath them but most clothes, in the right size, look best without. I think.

Fran bra set by Adina Reay

4. Style: Non padded bras generally come in more styles and fabrics than padded alternatives. Flirtier, more “fun” prints and embroidery, the never fading beauty of sheer mesh and lace, stunning embroidery, you name it.

Bra by Studio Pia

Finally, i just want to say, padded bras do have their perks, preventing nipple slips and all that, but their non padded counterparts can lift and shape your boobs just as well. It all comes down to right sizing, patience, and the will to find the perfect bra.

I would love to know your take on the padded vs. unpadded bra dilemma. What kind do you prefer? Any particular reason why? Let me know in the comments. 

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Thanks for reading, Nehita.


The top 10 (possibly) lingerie inspired looks from the Met Gala 2017.

I don’t usually do this…

“Pause for dramatic effect”

…but Monday night was amazing.

Even for me, unknown not-yet-rich person, who was watching live on twitter, from the universal headquarters of underwear, Aka my bed. 

This is NOT a critique post. Loads of people will be analyzing looks and listing worst and best dressed celebs, just not me. 

I’m only writing to share the stunning deliciousness of outfits that struck me as being lingerie-esque in nature.

Without further ado, and in no particuly order…

1. Lala Anthony

What. A. Dress. Do I need to say more, or do you see the magic I’m still trying to absorb? More? OK

Black + Sheer + Adjustable length = A look !

2. Rita Ora

Is it just me? Or would you like to unwrap her for your birthday? 

From The sneak peeks of skin, to the sheen of silk satin. See what I did there?  😉

3. Kendall Jenner 

If this isn’t lingerie, I don’t know what is. That’s a proper thong! It’s even made by luxury lingerie house, La Perla. Not sure I’d wear it anywhere but in my future mansion, but I’m not here to judge.

4. The one and only Kerry Washington

I can’t tell if her bra is peeking over the top of this work of art called a dress, or if the cups are a part of it but I love it. Also, I’m really feeling the cutouts that give you glimpses of MELANIN !

5. Ashley Graham

This beauty of an outfit seems corset inspired, no? There’s nothing else to say really. I love her.

6. Mary J. Blige 

Three words, “lingerie as outerwear”. Four more words, “look at that body”.

Bonus ! – Gigi Hadid

Okay, the only reason she made my list is, that’s a bodysuit. Keep scrolling please. 

7. Nicki Minaj 

All I could think was; shapewear underneath a robe. I like it though.

8. Emma Robertson

Don’t those tiny straps and lace remind you of sexy slips and nightgowns?

9. Kim Kardashian

I don’t know about you, but this looks like something to wear while lounging beside a pool on a well deserved, Caribbean vacation. Makes me think of swimsuit cover ups and movie nights with Bae. (One of the Hemsworths, in case you were wondering.)  🙂

10. Last, but definitely never EVER the least, Her Royal Highness, Rihanna. 

I know. The closest thing to lingerie in her outfit are the thigh high straps from her heels. I also know I said I wouldn’t judge, but for the theme of this years gala, she MURDERED the look. So yes, she gets a seat at the table. 

Ofcourse, she owns the entire building so…

There you have it, 10 looks I think may have, in one way or another, on purpose or by chance, been inspired by the glorious world of lingerie. 

Are there any looks that made you think underwear-y thoughts? Did I miss someone? Tell me in the comments. 

Thank you for reading. The plan is to post more often and now that I’m back to work I will definitely try to.

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Have a great week. 


Do Women buy Lingerie for Self Esteem or Men?

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After reading the Mating Game by Allan Pease it really opened my eyes to how different Men on Women really are. Women buy underwear to feel empowered and elegant etc but men link Lingerie with sex every time. I have discussed this with my girlfriends and they feel the same way that men just don’t get it. However when I speak to my male friends they laugh at me saying “come on Laura you know underwear is always for a man’s benefit”. Now I know this is false as I have been single for 5 years and I wear matching underwear every day like the pictures shown because of how it makes me feel. It makes me feel glamorous, elegant and sometimes if I’m in a fun mood then bubblegum colours like below can really make me feel good. I believe that when you wear outer garments it’s there for the…

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