Heaps of bodies are pressed close to yours, body wetness putrifies the stifling hot air, there is no escape from it until you get to the next stop. If you live in London, you’ll recognise straight away that I’m referring to the London Underground. Reaching temperatures of 40-45 degrees during peak times in summer travelling is dreadful, but for some there is just no escape from it.
And it is times like this (apart from wishing you were of the male species) that you really have to manage what you’re wearing – especially your underwear. As tempting as it is to drop the bra, for bigger busted girls this could lead to some serious boobage swinging; we wouldn’t want to put our pro golfers to shame now would we? That would be unthinkable, indeed.
We touched last time on undies and keeping our derrieres cool, so this time, we’re going to explore some ways of keeping our chests chilled out! So here are a few tips:
- Wear a properly fitted bra. Ensure you have been measured and matched! Your breasts should not be rubbing together.
- Be careful about fabric choices, go for as many natural fabrics as possible; the obvious one being cotton. Some bras nowadays have cotton in the lining. Sexy on the outside and practical on the inside.
- If you can get away with it , try non-wired bras.
- Wear tops or garments that have built-in support.
- Sprinkle talcum powder over your ‘in between’ and ‘under’ areas.
- Sports bras offer great support and comfort.
- Don’t wear padded or push up bras. Pads and push ups are added layers and aggravate sweat and chaffing unless you are wearing a spacer bra that are designed using breathable fabrics.
- Most importantly find something that is comfortable for you and don’t compromise on cost. It’s just not worth it.
And for any lady golfers out there, these tips should leave you perfectly well equipped to make the most of the summer on the golf course, in full swing. Naturally