Kladeos wrote:Personally, I wouldn't get Underworks just because the binders can be hard to get on and off (especially if you're used to the zipper).
Shadow wrote:Thanks for the insights, they're really helpful =)
See, I was considering the 997 because I've got quite obvious curves - especially when the wind blows and my t-shirt shows my body shape clearly. I don't know if getting a long one like that would help in any way (maybe reduce the curve of my hips if I pulled it down) of if I should stick to the short ones.
Saturday wrote:Kladeos wrote:Personally, I wouldn't get Underworks just because the binders can be hard to get on and off (especially if you're used to the zipper).
Tell me about it. I just got a new one from there a couple of days ago and my first time pulling it on and off was a pain, but it ended in me lying on my bed laughing hysterically because the whole damn situation was just that ridiculous. They are difficult. I am thinking about installing a zipper in mine, actually. I think I know how to do it and still make it work properly.
itsa_wallaby wrote:I haven't tried the 997, but I have a friend who just bought one and I can ask her how she likes it. She's tiny, but has decent sized breasts (I can't tell and won't ask what size, but I'm pretty sure they're bigger than B).
itsa_wallaby wrote:NO binder makes you completely flat; there's stuff in breasts that just doesn't smoosh.
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