Part of CrossDressing is about shopping at the right places at the right prices. Lets hear about your shopping habbits gurls!
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Hi, It seems to be a reasonable product, speaking as a mechanical engineer, I think the straps (and their connection) may become the weak link over time. If you cannot shave your chest to apply adhesive any of the other silicon forms become a "stay put" problem if your at all active. Even a good bra can let silicon forms move around (embarrassing) or worse yet fall out of your bra ( REALLY embarrassing - yes this has happened to me - thank goodness I was wearing a tucked in shirt and a ladies room was nearby) so if you're not in a position to apply adhesive and your planning to be outside the home, these seem like a good idea for occasional use. I would still wear them with a supportive bra to keep all the weight and pressure off the built in straps. If you buy them let us all know how they work out!
Thanks for your advice. I'm wary of going too cheap on the internet - I have a feeling you get the breastforms you pay for. As it happens Softleaves have just knocked ten percent off, so that may persuade me.
I have one of those strappy bra/breast things. Mine was less than £20 on E-bay and I don't wear it much as I prefer forms in a pocket bra. My two sets of breast forms, B and C, have proved to be durable, comfortable and realistic to the touch. They also only cost about £20 each on E-bay.