13-year-olds can wear sports bras

When is the bustier?


Written by Mariechen2015 on May 23, 2017, 1:11 pm

When did your girls stop wearing an undershirt, but a bustier?
We are still a long way from the bra, but my daughter (10.5 years old) has a slight set on her chest.
I would be interested.
Because she often left the undershirt out in the summer, and now she doesn't know whether it is still appropriate with the chest.
Maybe you can write something to me there.
thanks

 

Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromNala1987 on May 23, 2017, 1:37 pm

If the child wants it! The 12-year-old daughter would like to have one with a friend because all the other girls are wearing them, even if she has only had a small breast so far.

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromleaelk on May 23, 2017, 1:39 pm

Hello,
there were bustiers here when my girls wanted to.
The youngest was 10.
Now at 13 she wears bras.
With the big one, I don't remember exactly, but I think I can remember even with 10-11.5.
When she was 13, the tall girl also switched to bras.
LG leaelk

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromPebbie on May 23, 2017, 2:09 pm

Now seems like the right time.

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromPebbie on May 23, 2017, 2:09 pm

Now seems like the right time.

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromLaLeMe on May 23, 2017, 2:12 pm

so from size 128/134

Child 1 had the first bra at 9 is now 12, so for 3 years

Child 2 only needed one when she was just under 12, and is now 14

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromJessi757 on May 23, 2017, 2:39 pm

With a bust I would buy her bustiers now.
My daughter has been wearing them since she was 11.
This year with 12 they are still enough.
We'll see next year.
My big one wore bras when she was 11. Although she wouldn't have needed it. Grandma thought the bras were so cute and bought them for her ...

LG
Jessi

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromAndrea & little worms on May 23, 2017, 3:24 pm

If the chest is there, NOW is probably the right time.
My daughters (8.5 and 11) also wear them, but the little one only when there is NO school sport, as a classmate teases them with the fact that they are bras for children. She's not entirely wrong, but I can also understand the feeling of shame ... More important to me is the appearance during the other days - and then she likes to wear the pieces.

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromAni77 on May 23, 2017, 3:40 pm

My older daughter (almost 13) has been wearing bustiers for about 1 year -> when her breasts started to grow.
I hope she'll start wearing bras as late as possible.

I personally bought my first bra (pregnancy bra) when I was 27, and until then I only wore bustiers in summer.

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromSteffi528 on May 23, 2017, 3:43 pm

If it's necessary.
That is, when she needs some support.
Child 1 has been wearing bustiers for some time, but is more likely to be in area B and is now moaning that it is more needed for sport.

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromNala1987 on May 23, 2017, 7:10 p.m.

Bra and bustiers are really not compulsory. There are also adult women who don’t wear anything under them.
Just having an existing approach is not a reason if it is not uncomfortable / embarrassing. Whether someone finds he needs support is a personal decision, regardless of whether it is a mlt chest or size double D.
As I said, ask your daughter and not strangers in a forum;).

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then when you want

answer fromEllert on May 23, 2017, 7:19 pm

I would wait for the child to express the wish and not urge them to do so
there is still nothing that has to be kept right?
And in winter, undershirts are warmer than bustiers

dagmar

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromMariechen2015 on May 23, 2017, 8:14 pm

Well, she had 128 when she was 5, when she still had no breast.

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromwe6 on May 23, 2017, 9:50 pm

When our mouse got a bit sensitive, I bought some with her. It rubs my t-shirt with it.

Best wishes

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@Nala

answer fromnils on May 24th, 2017, 9:36 am

That's exactly how I would have replied.
I think your daughter should decide that.
I find it strange that you are embarrassed when she wears nothing underneath.
Possibly your daughter finds it much more comfortable not to wear anything.
I would leave the decision up to her without telling her beforehand that she looks embarrassing with her chest if she wears nothing underneath.
And by the way: Supporting the breast immediately with bustiers and bras is not so ideal - rather, it strengthens itself (unless it is too big) when you are not wearing anything.

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If child wants ...

answer fromCaot on May 24th, 2017, 10:51 am

......I would say.

Nobody wears undershirts here.

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nils

answer fromMariechen2015 on May 24th, 2017, 1:03 pm

You probably misunderstood that, never wrote that I was embarrassed that my daughter wasn't wearing anything underneath.

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@ Mariechen2015

answer fromLaLeMe on May 24th, 2017, 2:17 pm

Neither did mine, but they still wore undershirts from the size up, the breast came with almost 8, with 9 then a bra because it just fit better

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromsojamama on May 25, 2017, 2:52 p.m.

My 13-year-old has recently started wearing such underwear. It has a mini-bust, but she wears it because it's chic.
I think if you want to wear it, that's okay.

melli

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer frommf4 on May 26th, 2017, 12:17 am

Such a bustier was great in the summer when it became clear that it was no longer a little girl. Especially in her shirt and when she leans forward, there are already glimpses.

I think that's still great with over 50. I almost never wear a bra because it's super comfortable.

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Re: If the child wants ... - no

answer fromPebbie on May 26th, 2017, 8:44 am

At some point it comes down to the need.
Apart from that, my daughter thought it was great with a bustier and her first bra.

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Re: If the child wants ... - no

answer fromIngeA on May 26th, 2017, 8:49 a.m.

Need? With bustiers? They don't hold up either, what should be necessary in that?

There are women with fully developed breasts who do not wear a bra. If a bra was necessary, we would have put one in.

LG Inge

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Daughter has been wearing it for about 6 months and is 10 years old ...

answer fromLoonis on May 26th, 2017, 11:04 am

was our daughter's wish, why should we object to it.

LG Kerstin

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Re: If the child wants ... - no

answer fromleaelk on May 26th, 2017, 12:59 pm

I don't think bustiers are necessary and I don't think a bra is necessary if the bust size is small.
My girls want that - that's okay.
But I myself almost never wear a bra, for example. I find it unnecessary and uncomfortable.
BUT that is my personal feeling.

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Re: If the child wants ... - no

answer fromPebbie on May 26th, 2017, 1:15 p.m.

Well, if you think it's nice that you can see nipples under the top .....
When I think of my daughter's breast, she would feel uncomfortable showing off her swollen nipples.
I also like to run without a bra, but only at home when I know nobody comes. With cup size C a bra is already attached.

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I often wear "nothing"

answer fromCaot on May 26th, 2017, 1:33 pm

Thank God. That is quite pleasant.

The nipples can also show up with a bra, but there are many different shapes and not every one is permanently visible. I will mention the drooping nipple as a representative.

So you never have to go here, only if you want to.

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It's a social and fashion problem ...

answer fromNala1987 on May 27, 2017, 12:38 am

no obligation, no imperative. And if there is no nipple, men also have them and you can see them more often. It's sausage.

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Re: This is a social and fashion problem ...

answer fromleaelk on May 27th, 2017, 7:05 am

You can't see my nipples under my shirt. It also depends on the shirt.
And maybe also on the breast size .......

And my girls wear a bra because they want to.

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Re: This is a social and fashion problem ...

answer fromMaxikid on May 27th, 2017, 7:47 am

You can always see mine somehow, so even the best bra is often of no use to me. I hated it when I was approached by guys on the street in the past, asking if I would be cold ...

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromDanie1710 on May 27th, 2017, 6:24 pm

For about 3 years. Suddenly my daughter didn't like the undershirts anymore.
She's not yet wearing a bra - it's not necessary yet.
In July she will be 14 years old.

LG
Danie

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Re: If the child wants ... - no

answer fromEmmi67 on May 28, 2017, 5:35 pm

What does "beautiful" mean? I find it completely normal and I myself only wear a bra extremely rarely. What does "to show off" mean? There is nothing more to be seen; Of course you can't wear an extremely thin, see-through T-shirt, then you have to put on an undershirt or something else underneath.

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Doesn't that depend on the size of the breast?

answer fromPebbie on May 29th, 2017, 10:13 am

I just feel uncomfortable without a bra with cup size C and find it unaesthetic when everything wobbles around. My daughter already has a B-cup at the age of 12 and feels more comfortable with a bra.
Of course, I cannot rule out that I am showing it to her.

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Re: Doesn't that depend on the size of your breasts?

answer fromSteffi528 on May 29th, 2017, 10:47 am

I used to like to wear topless in front of the children, since the long period of breastfeeding that has not worked.
Child 1 is in pain when doing sports (running, ball sports, trampoline), so it makes sense to use a bustier and soon a sports bra for support before they stop doing sports because of the pain. I prefer a sporty child with support than a child (girl, young woman) who no longer wants to move freely due to pain.

And yes, it also depends on the size.

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Re: When does the bustier start?

answer fromCharlie + Lola on May 29th, 2017, 4:05 pm

From the front of the chest I got them for the sports days and in summer they are compulsory under the top.
Don't think it's nice when you can look through your sleeves without anything underneath.

Otherwise she can do whatever she wants.

she pulls a TOP under thinner LA shirts. Usually has shorter shirts and a long top underneath.
She doesn't necessarily have to wear a bustier.

But it is only at 65 AA, so bustiers in 152 or 152/15 are enough, depending on how they turn out, 146/152 ...

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