Underwear as outerwear is basically my life so my collection grows so much over summer as I wear them with everything. Bras are cute but there's something kind of casual yet sexy about wearing the racer back and thicker straps of a sports bra- simple yet sensual (maybe thats just me lol). Here are my favourite sports bras from my collection right now.

Shot by me.

Moschino.

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Underwear as outerwear is basically my life so my collection grows so much over summer as I wear them with everything. Bras are cute but there's something kind of casual yet sexy about wearing the racer back and thicker straps of a sports bra- simple yet sensual (maybe thats just me lol). Here are my favourite sports bras from my collection right now.

Shot by me.

Moschino.

(Sold Out.)

You see this amazing dress online. From the length, more about to the waist to the bust you can just imagine it clinging perfectly to your every curve in the best kind of way. You order it, maybe even fork out the extra £5 for next day delivery because you’re so excited and rip off your head scarf (if you wear one) to greet the mail man when he arrives with your dream dress. You open it, try it on and all of a sudden the dress that fitted the model so perfectly makes you look like you’re wearing a potato sack. The bust makes your tits look like lost mangoes and your bum is M.I.A. While looking at yourself in the mirror I know a lot of you are thinking “WHY DOESN’T IT FIT ME LIKE THE MODEL?!

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I am here to tell you all right now that actually it isn’t you. It isn’t that your boobs are too big or your legs aren’t long enough or any of that. The truth is that that item of clothing doesn’t fit anyone perfectly, including the model. From clips to safety pins to full on reconstruction, 98% of garments are altered before they are photographed to go online and be sold to you!

I’ve experienced everything from using clips to make a dress tighter to having two pairs of jeans sewn together because my legs were too long to full on alterations; hardly anything fits a model the first time they try it on. Some brands have a full on tailoring team who take in garments so they look perfect on camera which is great for selling the product, but what about when you guys actually receive it? So many people lust after the “perfect model figure” believing that this will make everything look good on them but the truth is that not even models fit all the clothes they wear. So many women wish to be slimmer not knowing that half these models have to have the jeans they shoot taken in because of their lack of curves and that I often have to wear massive chicken fillets just so the bust of a dress can fit properly.

I may get in trouble for this post and I must stress that not all the alterations are drastic (and not every single product is altered) but I feel it is important for women to know that there is no perfect when it comes to the way clothes fit. When you see something online, the brand wants it to be shown in the best possible light and the best fit but do not assume that only a model figure can pull off the item properly.

If you love the piece you ordered (or any clothing item you find) but it doesn’t fit you the way you want then take it to a good tailor and have it fit to your body. Yes, that will cost you a bit extra, but in my opinion, the dream fit on a pair of jeans or that extra inch off of the hem of a dress is priceless when it makes you feel good! Some clothing sites also have new technology to help you see how a piece may fit you which could save you the disappointment of returning your item. Remember, there is no such thing as a perfect body but you can make your clothes perfect for yours!