I hate bra shopping. Like, really, really hate it. Most of the women that I know hate it, too. I have pretty good self-esteem most of the time, but bra shopping and the dreaded swimsuit shopping (UGH!) both bring me low...usually starting from about the time that I realize I'm going to have to shop for them, right through the experience itself, to possibly a day or two after the fact. Seriously, I find it that depressing. Maybe that will change...American retailers should take note, some of us would be a LOT happier if they made some alterations to their mannequins!
I saw this article today: http://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/swedish-mannequins-cause-a-controversy--192108535.html , and it made me really, really happy! I, for one, would feel- less alone? Less not-pretty? (Less like I'm in hostile territory...?) I think that I'd feel much more comfortable, shopping in an environment where the "models" are built like real women.
Who's with me on this?