To Bind or Not to Bind?

Sam The Bam Sam The Bam
After going in for a consultation about my top surgery i was told binding the way i do could make it impossible to have the surgery so... im just looking for alittle advice about passing without a binder or with a lose one?
11/09/2012
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Originally posted by Sam The Bam
After going in for a consultation about my top surgery i was told binding the way i do could make it impossible to have the surgery so... im just looking for alittle advice about passing without a binder or with a lose one?
Oh my, you're not using ace bandages, are you?

I use the layering option! It works quite well for me, especially since it's getting colder where I live.

First, I put on a tight sports bra. I'd say it's about a size too small, but not small enough to cause marks. Just small enough to compress my breasts to my chest and into my armpit area (roughly). Then, I use a tight tank top that's smoother so that fabric does not gather on it, then a thicker cotton shirt. You can't see my breasts at all! I can even get away with wearing some smaller clothes that way. Also, be mindful that my breasts are about C cups.
11/09/2012
Andrew1992 Andrew1992
I just use a proper fitting underworks binder and layering/sweatshirts.
11/09/2012
Thomas90 Thomas90
If you're wearing proper binders, you shouldn't have an issue with binding before surgery. Try the underworks tri-top, it has to be my favourite binder!
11/11/2012
Roz W Roz W
Turns out I kinda hate how I look in an underworks binder, which was really surprising. I have the new "extreme chest concealer" and it mostly makes my chest into one spread-out lump. (I'm something like a 36-38B, occasionally a C, but I lost some weight). Anyone else have the same problem?

I...might stick to my cami-style tight sports bras and button-up shirts, since they're easier to get on and off. I don't really pass, I just enjoy cutting way way down on how noticeable my chest is.
11/11/2012
TheParrishism TheParrishism
Find shirts with graphics that pull the eye downward. Like long verticle lines. Not stripped shirts though. Don't gets one with graphics only on the top half.
Layering works well.
The easiest way is to give yourself plausible deniability as to what the lumpies could be.
11/14/2012
lynn52 lynn52
I am a DDD-E and use the Underworks tri-top binder, then put on a Full Length Underworks binder over the tri-top that is a size to big and it works extremely well! I was wearing multiple sports bras and it was causing me alot of pain but once I switched to Underworks binders the pain was gone and my chest was WAY flatter.
12/06/2012
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