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Re: [IP] tight fitting dress
I have been trying to figure out a way to explain the Super T bra. The best
I can come up with is a padded bra. If you can find one with "cookies"
(small extra pads to push you more to the center) that are removable, that
helps give the pump a little extra space. Also sometimes I think that a
slightly larger size would help.
You will probably just have to go and try on tons of bras. I think I tried
about 30 along with the dress I was trying to wear, before I found one that
worked. This was before I talked to Tamera at Unique Accessories. By the
way, Cacique is associated with the Limited and usually the stores are right
next door and connected in the mall.
I hope this helps.
From: Nancy Ludwig <email @ redacted>
To: Insulin Pumpers <email @ redacted>
Date: Tuesday, January 20, 1998 9:19 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] tight fitting dress
>What is the "super T" bra. I may be interested in one of those. I am
>not well indowed, so hiding anything there is out of the question. :-)
>I am not familiar with the store you are talking about, but Victoria's
>Secret is in several of the malls near by. I could check one of their
>stores out. Thanks for the ideas!
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Nancy Ludwig <email @ redacted>
>> To: Insulin Pumpers <email @ redacted>
>> Date: Tuesday, January 13, 1998 8:56 PM
>> Subject: [IP] tight fitting dress
>> >Okay not to sound shallow again, BUT....
>> >All of this to ask, where do I wear my pump with this dress?
>> >I am 5'6" 140 pounds and let me just add not busty enough
>> >to hide with my bra.
>> I'm about a week behind on the email, but I wanted to respond to the
>> dress issue.
>> Tamara from Unique Accessories convinced me to try and hide my pump in my
>> bra. I am not all that busty but I found that the type of bra makes ALL
>> difference. Tamera recommended the Super T bra from Cacique. I hope I am
>> spelling the store name correctly. It is a lingerie store in the mall,
>> similar to Victoria Secrets. Anyway, the cup is a little padded and
>> firm. If you take the pump clip off and leave it without the case, you
>> put it into a baby sock or a pouch that Unique Accessories sells and then
>> put the pump inside of the cup of the bra. I tried the Super T bra on
>> then found one elsewhere that was the same type for a lot less money. It
>> worked pretty well for the dress I wanted to wear.
>> I have also tried to hook it in the middle of my bra and that doesn't
>> very well, unless you are well endowed.