They’re Not Real, and They’re Spectacular

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Okay, this is my last post about my most recent photo shoot (just in time because I have another one in a few weeks).  

This was an emotional shoot and I dipped my stiletto into new waters which was nerve-wracking and empowering and humbling all at the same time.  I was all over the map when it came to these photos but the thing that the photos, the outfits all had in common was my new shape. 
 
No, not that shape, but my new breast forms.  

For the past few years I wore a small pair of forms that weren’t REALLY breast forms, but more along the lines of faux-silicone pads that did a sufficient job of giving me a little shape.  I was satisfied with them, but I also felt they weren’t the right size and shape for my body. 

I felt a little un-proportionate, as if my breasts weren’t quite large enough.  And this is not to say I wanted ENORMOUS breasts or anything, I just wanted something that would give me a more realistic shape for my body.  I also wanted something that felt, looked, and moved a little more realistically.  

Thanks to the generosity of The Breast Form Store, I finally have a pair of real breast forms that are, in a word, amazing.  I have done a few reviews for The Breast Form Store and I buy almost all of my heels and some of my lingerie from them, and I am fortunate to be on friendly terms with them. 

When I was sent some lingerie to review, I was also gifted with a new pair of breast forms.  These forms were selected based on my body type, weight, height, and measurements which was good because I wanted something that was more proportioned to my body.


When I opened the box I was struck by how large they were.  They are a 40B and are much more realistic and larger than I was used to.  When I tried them on I understood exactly why I was sent this size.  They were perfect.  There’s really no other word for them.  I loved how I looked in lingerie…

And I loved how I looked in a tight dress. 

I think my figure here looks pretty amazing but this figure is thanks to a corset, thigh pads, and my new forms.  This isn’t my body.  Not really.  But the right shape wear FEELS like my body.  My thigh pads move with me, my new forms move with me.  They move when I am going up and down stairs, they push up and give me cleavage, and they just feel like a part of me.  

Are they cheap?  No.  But creating your look is a combination of time, patience, and money.  Of course, this is not to say that you need forms, or anything else, to crossdress, to be femme.  But if you are looking for forms, then I absolutely recommend the Platinum Seal Classic.


Very special thanks to all the girls at The Breast Form Store for my new girls.  I heart them.

Love, Hannah

4 thoughts on “They’re Not Real, and They’re Spectacular

  1. It IS an incredible experience to enjoy the sensation of full breasts in my bra! Yes, they feel bigger and heavier than you imagine the first time you wear them, but they DO fill out a bra quite well. I was thinking about Aphrodite’s for my next set, but now I will have to check out Platinum Seal Classics.

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  2. Proper breast forms are expensive but are well worth the extra price. The lifelike bounce, sway and jiggle add a new sensation to wearing a bra but as much as we love our bras they can be worn with strapless bras and especially going braless. Doing so adds a whole new dimension to wearing knitted tops and sweaters but best of all is the wonderful sensations wearing nothing but baby dolls, teddies and other lingerie.

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  3. I held out for a long time (they are expensive) but bought the Aphrodite medium about 3 years ago.

    Bought the large about a year ago. Was a little hesitant (I’m not going for the Pamela Anderson look). Couldn’t be happier. At 5′ 11″ – 6′ 0″ and 180 something pounds; either pair of the girls, depending on my mood and the dress, look natural.

    Oh my Gawd the difference! Night and day. Left the water balloons and never looked back (⌒_⌒;)

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