grumpychangeling said: hi anon. amazon packages tend to come in boxes with the amazon logo on them - it looks like any other thing you might get from amazon so it's not going to scream "this person just bought at binder" - if you're ordering it through amazon, but it's from somewhere else, i can't be sure what the packaging would look like, sorry.
anon also says: In regards to UK amazon packaging for binders, I’ve ordered one, and from what I can remember they’re pretty discreet. Silver packaging and no obvious company name as far as I remember.
and other anon says: Most anything from amazon comes in the generic amazon packaging; I would think this would be the same.
Anonymous said: I saw that an anon asked about measuring, I would suggest going to Les Love Boat Shop's sizing section. They have a great breakdown on how to self measure for various binders that works with other companies sizes (I've always used their sizing chart even when not ordering from them!).
ah yes good thank you! we love lesloveboat’s various charts and graphs. all very helpful.
Anonymous said: Hi, awesome people! I'm going to be able to order an Underworks tri top from Amazon in the next few weeks. Do you (or any of your followers) happen to know anything about the packaging it would come in - i.e. is it discreet or is there any return address or similar that could potentially out me if others see it? I'm in the UK, if that matters. Thanks!
i don’t know much about the amazon packaging. anyone?
Anonymous said: I don't want to sound stupid, but when you measure for your binder should you wear a bra or do it bare? Sorry, no where says if you're supposed to or if you're supposed to wear a bra with your binder. Thank you!
it depends- if the widest part of your chest (overbust measurement) is smaller when you’re braless, it’s better to measure in a bra. ya’ll know what i’m talking about, big-chested folks. if you’re more of a sticker-outer than a faller-downer, do it bare.
otheranonymous said: I bought a MagiCotton Compression tank from Underworks that I thought was similar to my old one (which worked great) but I didn't like this one that much. Regardless, if anyone is in need of a binder, it's a full length, black, size small. Message me if you want it or have any questions; it's free and I'll pay for shipping almost anywhere.
oooh lookit ya’ll
I ordered the wrong size and I need to sell this one before I can order another. It’s a black midlength velcro binder from Peecock Products, size XXL (chest size 36-40 inches). It seems like a good binder, but it’s just too small for me. I’m asking $40 plus shipping, but I would negotiate price.
tic-tac-bergerac-deactivated201 said: I'm in a situation similar to that expressed by another user earlier. My parents would Never let me buy a binder on my own, and I don't have paypal or anything like that. My only options right now are ace bandages (and I know that's unsafe) and compression bras. Does anyone have a binder in a size that fits a 34B chest that they can ship to Northern Virginia? Thank you so much.
HEY hey hey in the meantime, instead of going to the CVS/walgreens or whatever they have in Northern Virginia for an ace bandage, you went there for a wide back brace? same price, less danger. thnx.
missnekomata said: hello, i have a question.... i want to buy the "HIGH PERFORMANCE VELCRO SHORT BINDER" from "LESLOVEBOAT" i saw you have it, but i want to know.. to measure my chest i need to do it with bra or without bra??
Anonymous said: selling 2 binders, can y'all post a link to these? thanks. over at ripplebecomeswave tumblr url