Spring is in the air, well not exactly. In Minnesota, we are still in the tundra. Spring for us is anticipating 50 degrees in a couple of weeks and we are perfectly okay with that. The anticipation is so exciting.
With Spring comes other concerns such as what to wear. During the winter months, I can bundle up, wear many layers and hide under many layers of clothes. Somehow, there is a sense of safety.
Now, as the warmth is on the horizon, I start scanning my closet worrying what will fit, how will that make my arms look, will I loose my muffin top I developed while hibernating the last few months. The mantra continues in my head. Then something happens, the smell in the air changes, the colors outside brighten and my mood instantly changes. My self doubt disappears, and I look forward to wearing my bright and airy clothes, changing my makeup colors, and lighten my perfume, life is good.
My simple advice to all women, study your body shape, notice where your curves are, note your strengths and emphasize those. For me, I have slender legs, wider chest with larger breasts. Skinny pants are a must. Shirts and blouses are a different story. My upper body appears to look larger than I am due to my breast size. Apparently, this is a common problem for many women. Isn’t that always the case, you have large breast, you wish you were flat chested and vice versa.
I knew I was on to something when I invented the Bra Bridge. Now, I look in the mirror and like what I see. My breast are not past my ribcage instead they are perky. The Bra Bridge lifts my breast and keep them in place so that they no longer bounce around. My husband immediately noticed my improved posture. I call it my secret confidence booster.
In reality, I don’t want it to be a secret at all, I want all women to benefit from this simple bra accessory. Don’t we all deserve to feel good about ourselves, feel empowered? Let’s compliment each other, smile at each other and be each other’s support system as Spring is fast approaching.
Judith Samson, Founder
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Criminal defense attorney Judith Samson felt it was, well, criminal the way her buxom figure added pounds to her appearance.
"I would catch a glimpse of my chest in a window or mirror on my way to court and I wasn't happy with how wide my breast made me look," according to Samson. To eliminate the issue, she came up with a super simple solution. She began sewing a tiny, non-stretch piece of material between the inner edge of the cups of her bras.
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