While you wear a fraction of your wardrobe over the course of a month, your bras work overtime. And no matter how many you have crammed into your drawer, I'm willing to bet 20% of them are doing 80% of the heavy lifting, pun intended.
You need the Convertible! Slip on the Little Red Corvette and first, it's strapless and then it's crossed in the back and then it's conventional and then you cross it in the front and then you put the cups over your ears and you're Princess Leia.
There are loads of bras out there and so many styles to choose from that no wonder 85% of American women are wearing the wrong-sized bra: it's overwhelming. We likely fall into a cup we like, think it's the one we should wear forever and possibly never think about switching.
"Dear Mom, Hi. How are you and Dad? Does Patsy [my dog] miss me? Oh, and can you send me a trainer bra? Everyone in my tent wears bras and everyone is making fun of my undershirts. I also think a bra will make it easier for me in sports."
Most of the time it is a mindless action I do every morning and night. It has just become incorporated into my daily routine -- putting on my bra and taking it off. Recently, a few close male friends asked me about what it's like having to wear a bra everyday after seeing a sizing guide for bras.