Hey guys! Just some quick updates, since I haven’t been around a ton lately.

I’m moving from my apartment to a house today, which means that I don’t know when I’ll have internet again to post ๐Ÿ˜ฆ Makes me wish I’d written that post I was considering starting last night, but alas, I had a migraine and did not. I’ll still be able to check my emails, facebook, and twitter though, because I still have my phone, but no new posts until the internet gets sorted out. I imagine it should only be a week or so though.

I do have some new reviews in the works! I got the Cleo Meg on eBay in a 30J, and the Cleo George (verrrryyyyy old model) in a 28J, so I have reviews for those coming up. I may also do a quick review of the button up dress (yes, button up!!!) that I found at TJ Maxx, though due to the nature of TJ Maxx I’d probably just have to link other things that might work in it’s place, since that specific dress won’t be able to be found everywhere.ย 

Aside from reviews, I have a few ideas for other posts, but nothing super concrete yet… Hopefully I’ll do another vlog soon, because I love those, but after a semi-creepy response to the two videos I made in bras I’m trying to keep them clothed, which makes video reviews for bras kind of impossible!

Anyway, that’s pretty much all the updates I have… Au revoir! I’ll be back soon!


My baby Neal, with both a foot and an arm behind his head


My little niece, just born May 24th! Lacey Nicole ๐Ÿ™‚

The Modesty Panel: A Word Vomit Post of Thoughts


As y’all may have noticed, this week the Bosom Bloggers have been all about The Modesty Panel. I didn’t originally intend on participating because I didn’t feel like I had that much to say. I still don’t think I have that much to say, especially that hasn’t been said already by the other awesome bloggers involved (listed below), but I thought I’d make a quick bullet list of the thoughts I’ve been having while reading over everyone’s posts and giving thought to the subject.

1. Why is the word modest when used towards men almost never about their clothing, but for women it almost always is? When a man is being modest, it means that he’s humble about his accomplishments. When a woman is modest, she’s humble about… her… body? Is a woman’s body an accomplishment? I suppose sometimes it is, if a woman has worked hard to achieve her “dream body”, but in my case I know for sure that I couldย  never think of my body as an “accomplishment” haha. I’ve done nothing to “earn”ย  my body.

2. Why is it that, although I dress preeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetty immodestly (it’s not immodest to me, but to others it would be), I’ve never been talked about or given looks like the other women who have written posts have described? Is it because of the high humidity and heat of the Deep South? Is it because I am fairly slim, so I’m not “offending anyone”? Maybe it’s because I sort of “own it” and would be the first to describe the way I dress as “a little slutty”. Am I just oblivious do it? I kind of think it’s the last one haha. Even though I dress quite revealingly, I never seem to get “she’s dressed so slutty”, I just get “wow her boobs are huge”. Which still isn’t an appropriate comment to make, but it never feels judgmental as much as surprised or flabbergasted at my breast size.

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The prom dress that earned a million and a half boob comments.

3. Now that I’ve said that, I guess that actually I have had other people insinuate I’m being immodest… it’s just that it’s always been friends so I haven’t noticed that much, or really been offended. But, I now remember, in high school my best friend (who’s a “32A”, I measured her to be closer to be a shallow 28D/DD/E, but she’s not unhappy so I don’t push it on her) would always say to me, “If I’m a straight girl and I’m getting distracted by your boobs, your shirt is too low cut.” I was never offended, and thought it was kind of funny. But I guess that is sort of her way of saying I was being immodest. Or I have another friend who’s a “32C” who constantly points out my visible bra… yeah, sorry, my bra is almost always going to be visible, especially on the sides. That’s just how it works. I’m not upset about it, so you shouldn’t be either. But she always approached it like she was telling me my fly was down or something. Like it was something I should be embarrassed about. Newsflash: everyone already knows I’m wearing a bra, whether it’s visible or not.

The only time I’ve had someone talk about my clothing in a way that actually felt judgmental is when I was talking about dressing a curvy figure with a group of girls. One of them has a figure that’s very similar to mine, but she dresses in baggy t-shirts and jeans all the time, and as a result “looks like a potato” (her words, not mine!!). She’s always complimented my figure, but I always point out that really she has the same figure, she just doesn’t dress to show it off like I do. On this occasion, she was showing the girls a rather short, rather low cut, tight fitting dress she had (AND LOOKED AMAZING IN), and I was saying that if she wanted to show off her figure she should just dress like that all the time. The other girls all disagreed, saying that it wasn’t appropriate for something like going to class, but I said I would totally wear it to class, and just throw a cardigan over it, following it up with “I guess I do dress a little slutty though” in a joking manner. But a religious girl in the group immediately fired back, “Yeah, you kinda do.” I have to admit, I was a little offended. It’s sort of like how it’s okay for you to fight with your siblings and call them names, but if someone else did you’d be really upset? I don’t know. But that’s the only time I’ve ever felt really judged, even if I maybe invited the criticism with my “joke”.

4. Whooooaaaaa never mind again. How am I blocking all of this stuff out?! I just remembered another time that I got judged for being “immodest”. I worked at Chick-fil-A for a long time, 3.5-4 years, and at one point was in line to get promoted to Team Leader. I had a meeting with a manager before the promotion was final so that she could give suggestions on things I could approve (that all the managers had discussed in a prior meeting), and one of them was the way I dressed off the clock!! I’d regularly come in to pick up my check in a tank top and shorts, and she suggested that I start keeping a t-shirt in the car to put on over my tank top to cover up more. So it wasn’t even a matter of not being dressed professionally, it was a matter of too much skin! A t-shirt is not exactly professional attire either, and this was just a fast food job. And customers couldn’t even see me when I came in the back door to go straight to the office to pick up my check… Yuck, how did I forget that incident? The idea of all the managers sitting in a circle, talking about how revealingly I dressed (and most of them were men, there was only one woman manager at the time) really skeeved me out.

5. Why is modesty connected to self respect? Why do I have to cover up my body to respect it? Maybe I respect its need to not be covered in fabric when it’s 100+ degrees and 90% humidity outside. So don’t complain about my tank top and shorts, thank you very much.

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Standard summer outfit, believe it or not is for comfort. Excuse the hair, I was NOT kidding about the super high humidity ๐Ÿ˜›

6. Why do people always act like girls who dress immodestly are doing it for male attention (which is a very heteronormative view, regardless of how wrong it is on other levels)? Seriously. Even if I’m going someplace where there are only going to be my close guy friends that I’ve known since middle school, I’ll probably be wearing a short skirt and v-neck top. Or in my apartment, where I’m dressed to impress literally no one but myself, do you know what I wear? Underwear! Literally just my underwear haha, not even a bra unless it starts to get uncomfortable without one. At all girls sleepovers, I wear short pajama shorts and a tank top. The way I dress is not to get the attention of sexual partners.

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Literally at an all girls sleepover.

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Literally at my grandparent’s house with only family around. GASP! VISIBLE BRA AND SHORTS!

Basically, the way I feel about modesty is: my body is not open to suggestions, and that includes what I put on it. People are always going to have their own personal ideas of how others should dress, act, etc., and I know I make snap judgments about people all the time. But I don’t let them control how I treat anyone, and I definitely do not vocalize them unless the person in question asks my opinion. Also this post came out really long, seems like I had more to say than I thought I did!

Seriously, I do. not. care. what you think about what I’m wearing. I mean, my profile picture on Facebook is me in a bikini. Even theย cartoonย version of me I dressed in a low-cute, tight dress. So judge me all you want, but keep it to yourself!

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Actual profile picture in which I do not give a fuck who sees me in even less coverage than my underwear.

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Cartoon Robin: heavy on the make up, light on the clothing ๐Ÿ˜‰ haha

ย Other bloggers who have written better thought out, less stream-of-conscious-no-point posts for the Modesty Panel (linked ones are already written):

Bras and Body Image


Braless in Brazil

By Baby’s Rules

Contrary Kiwi

Hourglassyย (they have a few other posts as well, not sure how to title them all as links here though!)

Miss Underpinnings

Red Hair and Girly Flair

Sophia Jenner

A Sophisticated Pair

That Bra Does Not Fit Her

The Tit Rambler

Fussy Busty – Nicole

Fussy Busty – Amy


Weirdly Shaped and Well Photographed

Clothing Review: Urkye Mala Czerwona

Hey y’all! Exam week is over, and that means plenty of time to devote to blogging ๐Ÿ™‚ My first post of the summer will be a review of the GORGEOUS Mala dress from Urkye! Urkye is a Polish company that makes clothing designed for boobs, so you can buy the size for your waist, and then indicate your bustiness, similar to Pepperberry, BiuBiu, or any other company designing clothes for boobs. Urkye has “bust levels” of o, oo, ooo, or o/oo, oo/ooo for stretchy clothing.

Under the dress I’m wearing my 28K PL Mak, because I figured Polish bras should be worn under Polish dresses. I tried it on with a British bra underneath, and it looked good then too, but I feel like the bust is cut for the projection of a Polish bra.


This was my first purchase from any full bust clothing company, and I have to say, I’m hooked! The dress is made of a stretchy material, and before buying it I probably would’ve said, “Why would I buy stretchy clothing cut for curves, when I can squeeze into the clothing at the mall?” but it really does make a difference! Mostly in that the armholes don’t stretch, and weird excess fabric doesn’t get bunched up at my waist! It’s really worth it, and I definitely will be buying more of my clothing, including stretchy casual things, from full bust companies.

My measurements at the time were 40″-28″-40″, which put me at sort of an awkward place on the Urkye charts. My waist was in between sizes 36 and 38, but my boobs were at the very very top end of the 38ooo. I decided that since it was a stretchy dress, I would size down to get a tight fit on the waist, and went with the 36oo/ooo. And I’m glad I did! Honestly, I could’ve taken a 34 in the waist, but then the hips and boobs would’ve been too small. If you’re thinking about sizing down in this dress, I would go for it. I also wouldn’t worry if your bust measurement is a bit off the charts, as mine were, and I still had plenty of room.

The dress was surprisingly flattering. I expected to need to wear shapewear with this every time I wore it, but in the pictures in this post, I am shapewear free, and as you can see it is surprisingly flattering for such a fitted garment!


Not the best picture of my posture or face in the world… oh well ๐Ÿ˜›


View from the back- very curve hugging, definitely not enough space in the butt to go down a size!

It’s a very versatile dress too. It could easily be sexy-ed up for a date by wearing a cleavage enhancing bra underneath, or made professional with a blazer and modest heels. It could even be layered with a turtleneck under it for colder weather or worn casually with sandals (once I hem it! ๐Ÿ˜› )! There are a ton of options for this dress, which I love.

The one thing that I don’t love about this dress, but that I expected when I ordered it, is that it’s too long for me. I’m only 5’3″, and as such, longer dresses kind of make me look stumpy unless I’m wearing heels. But when do I wear heels in real life? Almost never. Really only when I’m going out dancing or on a fancy date, and for both of those occasions I’d still want a shorter dress. So I’m going to hem this dress, and this is what it looks like when it’s a length I like (more like mid thigh):



Shortening this dress does eliminate some of it’s versatility, because it would no longer be appropriate for an office or fancier setting, but for where I am in life right now and where I would wear this dress, this makes way more sense for my life! I would only be wearing this in casual settings, or settings where I’m playing up sex appeal, so shorter is better for both of those.

The best part of having something that is designed for busty women is that for once in my life my bra ISN’T SHOWING THROUGH THE ARMHOLES OF SOMETHING SLEEVELESS! Do you guys know how hard that is to come by?! I think you must, if you’re wearing a properly fitted bra and ever try to buy sleeveless clothing.

Overall, I am insanely pleased with this dress, and even after shipping from Poland it was a little less than $50, so not completely unreasonable for something that actually, you know, fits boobs.

Obsessed With Breasts on Twitter!

Hey guys! I think that this may be the last step in my social media takeover… I’m officially on twitter! I’m @ObsessWBreasts ๐Ÿ˜€ย https://twitter.com/ObsessWBreasts

This means I now have the WordPress, a tumblr, a Facebook, a YouTube channel, a gmail account (though that one is sort of necessary), and now a Twitter too!! Not sure there’s anything else for me to get! Haha


Here’s a picture of my cat, Neal Catsady, when he was a kitten. Just because otherwise this is a pretty boring post.