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3. Your Bra Drawer
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3. Your Bra Drawer

Let’s get down to business — we’re talking about that drawer full of soiled bras! If you are a gentleman reading this, you may proceed. We’re talking about those stretched-out, stained T-shirt bras that you bought years ago but still reach for like an old flame. It’s time to let go and invest in some spanking new bras. Bras are subjected to a lot of wear and tear because they are worn every day. You don’t need an extensive collection to get started. All you’ll need are staples. What exactly are these things?

3. Your Bra Drawer
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A black, white, and skin-tone matching bra is required. These can be used to conceal a variety of garments. White bras are the most difficult to keep clean, so make sure you replace them regularly. When cleaning out your underwear drawer, make sure these are the first to go. You should also have one or two strapless bras on hand if you require them for specific outfits. Once you’ve crossed everything off your list, you can toss everything else out and replace what you’ve thrown away. Never put your bras in the dryer to keep them looking beautiful for as long as possible — hang-dry them!

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