A hearty topic to take us into the Holiday Season, tips about your bra!
Meet Linda Becker – The Bra Lady, Linda’s Bra Salon in New York City. Linda is well known for her extensive bra selection and knowledge of the woman’s figure and her bra. Linda will tell you honestly which bra is best for your figure and why. She knows immediately what you may be doing wrong with your current bra choice and helps illustrate the best fit.
If you have a chance to visit Linda’s Bras Salon in NYC, I can guarantee you won’t be disappointed. In the meantime, her website offers sizing advice and actual bra size calculating to help you find the best bra without trying one on. She offers a huge selection of bras to purchase online – what I love most about her online store is the large selection of demi-bras, the most I’ve ever come across and I’m excited to make a purchase!
“We never want our breasts going down, we always want them going up!”
Linda Becker – The Bra Lady
What you will learn from the videos below:
• How to spot a dead bra
• How to solve the problem of the ‘Quad Boob’
• How to minimize and lift and spread – look long and lean
• How to achieve the illusion you have bigger breasts
• Signs your bra fits
• Bra size basics
• How to best care for your bras
Bra Size Basics
How to minimize and lift and spread – look long and lean
How to spot a dead bra
How to achieve the illusion you have bigger breasts
How to solve the problem of the ‘Quad Boob’
Signs your bra fits
How to best care for your bras
The winter Holidays are upon us and I find this a great time to contribute and donate.
Style Rehab is donating 10% of Heavenly Silk Tank sales during the month of December to
Community Service League of San Mateo.
The Community Service League (CSL) is a nonprofit organization staffed entirely by a group of dedicated women committed to directly impacting the quality of life of San Mateo County residents in crisis or challenged by mental health issues.
Who does CSL support?
Mental Health Association of San Mateo County (MHA) enriches quality of life, restores dignity, and reduces homelessness, particularly for those affected by mental illness and HIV/AIDS. MHA strengthens hope by providing shelter, support and opportunities for socialization.
StarVista’s Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Center (formerly Youth and Family Enrichment Services) provides a 24-hour suicide prevention hotline, affordable counseling, family stress services, and youth suicide identification and prevention services in our schools.