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Posted 7/24/15
Being a man I had bra question do women prefer clasp in back or in front?
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Posted 7/25/15
I had this conversation with my wife a long time ago, and I can pass along what she said. She told me that it depends on the personal preferences of the woman, but that very likely she has strong opinions on the matter. Some prefer the ease of front-clasps; but they can be significantly more uncomfortable if the fit isn't just right.

Also, apparently size matters--she told me that full-figure women are more likely to dislike front-clasp bras.
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Posted 7/25/15

mnmike wrote:

I had this conversation with my wife a long time ago, and I can pass along what she said. She told me that it depends on the personal preferences of the woman, but that very likely she has strong opinions on the matter. Some prefer the ease of front-clasps; but they can be significantly more uncomfortable if the fit isn't just right.

Also, apparently size matters--she told me that full-figure women are more likely to dislike front-clasp bras.


I thought that might be the case but to set the mood front clasp for myself all the way can do it with 2 finger back clasp I feel I am crackink a safe and its way obvious
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Posted 7/25/15
I hate the front. It gets un-done more easily from there. I normally just clip it in place before putting on it. I don't get how people spend time just doing it up when it is already on them.
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Posted 7/25/15
I honestly don't have a preference. All I look for is it the right size. Oh and is it plain. I'm also cheap therefore it can not cost too much. No Victoria's Secret for this girl!!! lol. Clasps are never the deciding factor in my selection.
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Posted 7/25/15
I bought my first front clasp bra and it literally just clicks together like magnets. I find it so much easier, and I am a C or D cup, so I can't comment on how being full figured plays into it.
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Posted 7/25/15 , edited 7/25/15

Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:

I bought my first front clasp bra and it literally just clicks together like magnets. I find it so much easier, and I am a C or D cup, so I can't comment on how being full figured plays into it.


I was wondering about that but to nervous to ask. Hey is your avatar from My monster I have seen her cant remember she sweats a lot?
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Posted 7/25/15

scoobydew wrote:


Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:

I bought my first front clasp bra and it literally just clicks together like magnets. I find it so much easier, and I am a C or D cup, so I can't comment on how being full figured plays into it.


I was wondering about that but to nervous to ask. Hey is your avatar from My monster I have seen her cant remember she sweats a lot?


Cup size really is an important factor when selecting a bra. Unlike the other comments though, mine has never clicked open. I think it might depend on the clasp.

My avatar is the main character from Princess Jellyfish.

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Posted 7/25/15

Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:


scoobydew wrote:


Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:

I bought my first front clasp bra and it literally just clicks together like magnets. I find it so much easier, and I am a C or D cup, so I can't comment on how being full figured plays into it.


I was wondering about that but to nervous to ask. Hey is your avatar from My monster I have seen her cant remember she sweats a lot?


Cup size really is an important factor when selecting a bra. Unlike the other comments though, mine has never clicked open. I think it might depend on the clasp.

My avatar is the main character from Princess Jellyfish.



That's right love that anime seen it like 5 times plus I had to read manga cause they never did another season love jellyfish dresses amazing
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Posted 7/25/15
Princess Jellyfish is such a sweet anime. I have a friend who is a lot like the main character in that she made all our costumes for the last convention and isn't beautiful in the traditional sense. She doesn't have an obsession with Jellyfish, but she is pretty shy.
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Posted 7/26/15
I have only tried on a bra that closes in the front once. It was uncomfortable, but it was a sports bra. I've never tried on a regular bra that closes in the front. I should probably just wear regular bras though. It's already hard enough just trying to look for bras in my size at Victoria's Secret.
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Posted 7/26/15 , edited 7/26/15
it really depends on the brand i have found some to be good but most front clasps arent fairly good .
I mean it has its benefits all i got to do is squeeze slightly at my breast and whoosh ~ its open. super easy to just take off.
unfortunately it has its down falls i have had some unclasps by themselves when i was out with friends or when i was running (my sports bras) while other front clasps brands did a secure job. typically though their not as great as i wished. So if i had to have something in the front, i would rather get bras with a zipper i own a few its fast to take off and it holds really well.
but i would rather stick to the back clasps and the sports bras that are snug without any clasps at all and good support .
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Posted 7/26/15
Any clasp on a sports bra is a liability. I only wear the sports bras that go over my head. My new regular bra with the front clasp has never clicked open. It's kind of magnetic or something and I bought it at La Senza, if that helps.
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Posted 7/27/15
I don't really like front clasping bras at all. There's only one size to them and the clasps always seem to be made of cheap plastic that I feel will end up breaking. Back clasping bras are not that difficult to put on/take off at all.
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Posted 7/27/15
.... Im surprised so many women responded to this like its no big deal.
I mean, im sure OP has a good reason for wanting to know, but the fact that he didn't give any context what so ever seems very suspicious.
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