At the suggestion of Women’s Health contributor Matt Bean, who is playing the role of the guy in our life, here are a few things we can all feel good about getting rid of:
Say, for example, that your guy is a Yankees fan. That Red Sox jersey you have may be one for the “toss it” pile. If you don’t really care about the team, why stoke the fire? The one exception: If you’re really into the rival team, and the sartorial expression of your loyalty can be a source of playful rivalry. Then by all means keep it.
If stick-thin runway models look kind of strange in these, the alarm bells should be going off. Some stars may have been convinced by their stylists to give them a try, but the average person should stay away. Guys, quite rightly, don’t get it. As Matt says, it looks like you’ve pulled some drapes around your waist.
I understand the impulse on this one. Why not get a bra that gives you a C-cup if you're really an A? Matt says our underpinning should be more about subtle enhancement rather then building a structure that’s not there. If a guy really likes you, says Matt, he’s going to like the real you -- without all the padding.