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Old 08-29-2014, 05:04 PM
 
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Here's an example. I have a few others.

I just thought to share. I have a defined waistline in comparison to my hips 23/33. But my top half overshadows it.
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Old 08-29-2014, 09:47 PM
 
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Old 08-30-2014, 05:15 PM
 
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Maybe 28ff American. 32D > 30E > 28F typically. But obviously different brands fit differently too. And American sizes skip E. UK DD is typically smaller than an E. I forget the letter lineup American, but it is something like D, DD, DDD, F. UK G is around US J.
What's weirder than anything is I don't fit bras in that order at all... LOL.

When I was a 32C I could fit 34C in the cups as well just fine. But the band was awful.


Now as a 32D. I was at target the other day and I tried on the closest size they had which was 34D. I fit it much better painlessly without feeling like it's a shirt better than my 34C's which leave scars. Only my band rose up again. So for me it's like if I'm a 32C or D I'll fit that size in 34 as well. I've never fit a 34B well while being a 32C. Idk why that is for me tbh.
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Old 09-01-2014, 03:16 AM
 
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OP, i have a similar shape. High or mid waisted tight jeans WITH back pockets seems to highlight the hips and butt for me. Most def make me look more curvy. even better if there is a slight bell bottom flair as this just adds curve to your line in general.

Also, lighter jeans like light blue over black are recommended.
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Old 09-01-2014, 05:17 AM
 
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What's weirder than anything is I don't fit bras in that order at all... LOL.

When I was a 32C I could fit 34C in the cups as well just fine. But the band was awful.


Now as a 32D. I was at target the other day and I tried on the closest size they had which was 34D. I fit it much better painlessly without feeling like it's a shirt better than my 34C's which leave scars. Only my band rose up again. So for me it's like if I'm a 32C or D I'll fit that size in 34 as well. I've never fit a 34B well while being a 32C. Idk why that is for me tbh.
Bras have sister sizes. If your band slips, you go down one in the band size and up one in the cup size. So a 36-C and a 34-D are sister sizes. They should both fit but the band is snugger in the 34. I go with a smaller band to keep my band from slipping but looking at how bras fit right when I put them on, the bigger band size would look better if I were posing for a picture.
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Old 09-01-2014, 10:17 PM
 
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I'm just wondering. I have problem.

my hips are just a lot smaller looking. How can I make it look wider? I have a shapely butt so it's not a problem of a flat butt just the front on line up. My waistline is well defined due to both my shoulders and hips drastic measurement in comparison it's just a matter of my hips being 3 or 5 inches smaller than my bust or shoulder respectively. How can I look proportioned well in jeans or skinny jeans?
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I'm biologically female. But I don't identify as female. I want to present more masculine
Make up your mind already.

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I'm pretty good at hiding my feminine shape. I have an androgynous body shape since I have broad shoulders smaller hips in comparison I have a good time dressing my body all I have to do is wear a binder and I'm good. It's just my face. I have a "male" voice. It's a prepubescent boyish voice around 12 I can go deeper into my chest voice to be even deeper but it's still male. So I have everything but the face which gets on my nerves. Because it's a big factor.
your stories are not adding up.
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Old 09-02-2014, 07:47 AM
 
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Make up your mind already.

your stories are not adding up.
That is an understatement!
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Old 09-02-2014, 04:28 PM
 
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Make up your mind already.

your stories are not adding up.

That sounds closeminded to me not everyone wants to present as male or female only for the rest of their life. I personally don't. The way I present is in twofolds not just one I would never limit myself.
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Old 09-02-2014, 04:32 PM
 
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Bras have sister sizes. If your band slips, you go down one in the band size and up one in the cup size. So a 36-C and a 34-D are sister sizes. They should both fit but the band is snugger in the 34. I go with a smaller band to keep my band from slipping but looking at how bras fit right when I put them on, the bigger band size would look better if I were posing for a picture.

I know it should but for me somehow this concept doesn't work for me. I can usually fit a my same cuop size in a band up just the band starts to rise.

I fit a 34D but a 36C is like a shirt to my breasts.
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Old 09-02-2014, 04:35 PM
 
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OP, i have a similar shape. High or mid waisted tight jeans WITH back pockets seems to highlight the hips and butt for me. Most def make me look more curvy. even better if there is a slight bell bottom flair as this just adds curve to your line in general.

Also, lighter jeans like light blue over black are recommended.

I use pocket on the side not on the back. And skinny jeans really help out too. Leggings can be a double edged sword though.
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