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Fashion Insider: Supporting Role

Suffering from headaches or lower back pain? Before you blame your heavy backpack or stress from school, you might want to consider getting a new bra first.

We all obsess about finding the perfect pair of jeans or the perfect pair of shoes to go with our outfits, but we don't usually pay attention to finding the perfect-fitting bra.

One Minute Checkup
Place a check on each question you agree with.

( ) When viewed from the side, is your bra uneven from the front to the back?
( ) So your bra straps slip down?
( ) Do you have red marks on your shoulders at the end of the day?
( ) Do you feel your bra band move up when you're reaching for a book in the higher part of the library?
( ) Do you feel uneasy about your bra because the cups seem to be too loose on you?

* If you checked at least one item, you're wearing the wrong bra!

.~'* GRAB THE MAG! *'~.

For more on how to find the perfect-fitting bra, flip to pages 90 to 91 of your November 2006 ish of Candy with Zac Efron on the cover. You'll find all the kinds of bras and how to find "The One." :D

For back issues, call Loel/Vivian at Filbar's, Inc. 4162459/4139688/7262784

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