For many years Nordstroms Department Store, in conjunction with Oprah, has done the 'get the correct fit' show on Oprah. I think it is true that most women are not wearing the correct size bra.
But look at it like this, as pricey as Dillard's stuff is, hopefully that translates into a generous contribution to Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Sugar, it was a Freudian nip
KyleC - I know it was just a typo, but what a typo! Because, when women wear the "wring" size bra, it does indeed feel akin to a "wringer". :D
But I know it is all due to your love for research, of course. After all, your (heart's) in the right place!
I'd love to have been the researcher who discovered that 80% of women wear the wring sized bra...
I love research, you see.
Women are going to buy bras at Dillard's, whether it benefits the Susan G. Komen or not, because Dillard's sells bras.
I don't know how they are raising the money in their fundraiser, but if a portion of the sale is donated to SGK, is that a bad thing?
This smells like a gig to sell bras, in disquise of a "fundraiser" for a good cause. If so, that is so wrong.