Sometimes, the rules of attraction don’t apply.
Things I hate about Figleaves Boudoir’s Black Tie:
-The cup runs small, so it can’t fit me perfectly.
-Because it doesn’t fit me perfectly, it looks a bit odd under clothes.
-Because it doesn’t fit me perfectly, my boobs don’t stay in place.
-Because it doesn’t fit me perfectly, it becomes uncomfortable after a couple of hours.
-It doesn’t fit me perfectly.
Why I still love it:
-It is very sexy. (As usual) Figleaves’ picture doesn’t do it justice. It is HOT.
-The style doesn’t immediately become a high-front boulder holder after an E-cup.
-When I say sexy, I mean like, extremely sexy.
-On, it gives a wide, deep cleavage that is rarely seen above a C cup, but is actually stupendous on larger boob. Seriously: why doesn’t this happen more often? It is joy.
-I mean, the extreme sexiness may be, as Mr B4J declared, “‘kinda 80s”. But what’s wrong with that? Loads of things about the 80s were sexy. Probably. I can’t really remember. I was 7.
-The pants are huge and fantastic. Look at the bow! And the see-through! And the cut! Why can’t all pants be this huge and this invisible under clothes?
-I don’t care what Mr B4J says. This baby is so sexy I want to tear it off myself.
Like a all-consuming holiday romance this bra and my love for it may defy logic – but sometimes it’s fine to let go and let your heart do the talking. If you’re looking for something to warm up these miserable ‘summer’ nights, it’s well worth a try – though perhaps size up a cup size if it’s possible. Sexy is sexy, but well-fitting is perfection.