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How to Fit a Bust

Threads magazine - 124 – April/May 2006 Issue
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Evening gowns, prom dresses, wedding gowns, sundresses, and halter-tops all require specialized bust support. There are ways to shape the breasts, establish a beautiful silhouette, and secure the needed support so that you are assured that everything stays invisibly positioned without any tugging. On these occasions, you’re usually showing a little more skin. Don’t fit to the bosom you possess, fit to the bosom you want. Most breasts also require support or lift, which calls for tension against the body to work, something like a suspension bridge. Here, Ruth Ciemnoczolowski describes how to establish the tension you need for the best lift.  From Threads #124

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