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I'm sure many girls find wearing a bra is quite uncomfortable. However, would you think a girl is unprofessional if she doesn't wear a bra under her shirt in office or in classes?
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It would depend on what she's wearing, what she's doing, and, to some extent, how generously proportioned she is.
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(Original post by iamastudent0)
I'm sure many girls find wearing a bra is quite uncomfortable. However, would you think a girl is unprofessional if she doesn't wear a bra under her shirt in office or in classes?
It's not uncomfortable if you have the correct bra. If it's a problem, go somewhere like M&S for a fitting. If you don't wear one under just a shirt, there could well be a couple of reasons why people won't take you seriously...
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As stated above it does depend on the level of support you need but I need little (AA) and didn't start wearing one till my mid/late 40s when I started to need a little help
I have always worked in a professional role, in suits throughout the 90s and noughties, and it was not an issue.
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Normally I'd say it's fine not to wear a bra, but in a professional environment it's a bit different. If people still aren't accepting of individuality; tattoos and bright hair and the like, they'll certainly not be accepting of visible boobage.
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(Original post by MidgetFever)
Normally I'd say it's fine not to wear a bra, but in a professional environment it's a bit different. If people still aren't accepting of individuality; tattoos and bright hair and the like, they'll certainly not be accepting of visible boobage.
I like the term 'boobage'
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I like the term 'boobage'
Same
I had to slip it in there somewhere.. :lol:
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I must confess I work in a professional role, and really dont feel comfortable without wearing a bra.
That being said if they are fitted correctly they should feel comfortable, I have never had any problems.
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(Original post by MidgetFever)
Same
I had to slip it in there somewhere.. :lol:
Loll BOOBAGE... that's great innovation from ya... I have to give you the credit .
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It will depend on what she is wearing. As long as for work the shirts weren't overly see through then it shouldn't matter, as for uni I would say the same as long as the top isn't overly see through and she is comfortable going bra less then there nothing wrong with it.
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If the shirt is see through for work you need a bra if not it don't matter.
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(Original post by iamastudent0)
I'm sure many girls find wearing a bra is quite uncomfortable. However, would you think a girl is unprofessional if she doesn't wear a bra under her shirt in office or in classes?
Underwired bras can be uncomfortable I agree but other types shouldn't be like T shirt bras. Doesn't matter for uni anyway but might be better to get a comfortable bra for when you want to dress more formally
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