15 Of The Craziest Bras You’ll Ever See… #13 Are You F@*king Kidding Me?!?
A bra is like a frenemy. Sometimes you love it, sometimes you hate it. At the end of the day you free yourself of it only to see it back again in the morning.
Despite how you feel about it, you can probably agree that women in the past were left with undergarments —corsets, which restrict the organs, and girdles, for example — that make the modern bra look like your best friend (unless you're looking at the 14th century, when the first known bandeau was used by female Minoans athletes).
In 1910, a 19-year-old New York socialite by the name of Caresse Crosby (born Mary Phelps Jacob) used pocket handkerchiefs and ribbon to create what would eventually become the Backless Brassiere. She received a patent for the invention four years later.
We should note that her brassiere is notably different from the ones worn today as they offered little support but she certainly provided a good first draft. A free spirit, Crosby was also know for her romantic affairs and for her career as a writer. In a eulogy by TIME, she was named the 'literary godmother to the 'lost generation' of expatriate writers in Paris.'
Every woman's ideal bra is different so we can't show you an example of the perfect one. However we can present to you some inventive ones. Continue reading to see some of the the most bizarre modern bras.
Let it grow, let it grow, can't hold you back anymore.
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Head on over to Etsy for this Doll Head Bra. We can't speak on its comfort but we can say that it probably won't work out as your go-to T-shirt bra.
Stir up some controversy with your own version of Katy Perry's whipped-cream bra.
California Gurls are unforgettable but wouldn't anyone be if they too sported a cupcake bra?
Don't hog all the fun. Here's some Halloween inspo for you and your favorite person.
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