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How You Fasten Bra Says A Lot About Your Personality


by Jennifer McShane
22nd Aug 2015
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The simple bra. It’s a tool that as women we need in our everyday lives, and now, according to an expert, it does more than support our busts. You can go full frontal or do it from behind. Get your mind out of the gutter please; we’re obviously talking about how you fasten your bra. We thought there were two ways to fasten it – reaching behind you or clipping it at the front and swivelling it round the right way, but now we’re told there are four ways, and how you go about doing this can reveal quite a bit about your personality.

This is according to according to body language and human behaviour expert Patti Wood.

“There are four distinct personality types: drivers, influencers, supporters, and careful correctors who tend to have very unique ways of doing things, even small tasks,” she told Redbook. “Everything you do?and the way you do it?comes together to form a story about yourself, and there’s no reason your undergarments shouldn’t be a part of that.”

ICYMI: How Often Should You Wash Your Bra?

There are 4 ways to clasp on a bra, and each reveals something different about you:

?You Use A Back-Clasp Bra, And Clasp It in the Back

This means you’re a supporter, and this means you like to stick to tradition and tend to follow along with what you’ve always been taught. So this is most likely how your mum taught you to do it, and you’re sticking with that. You also love being around and helping people, but fear change as well.

?ICYMI: Watch: Ladies, This Is The Correct Way To Wash Your Bras

??You Clasp Your Bra At The Front, Then Rotate It

This means you’re an influencer. You take pride in your appearance and always like to look the part, but you also like to be appreciated at the same time. You fasten your bra this way because you want to make sure everything is as it should be, and this means to twisted straps.

You Fasten From The Front

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You’re a driver and haven’t got a moment to be wasting time. This all comes down to how you clasp your bra – you fasten at the front for optimum efficiency. You also care about the quality of things and tend to invest in high quality pieces for your wardrobe and you’re smart and sure of yourself.

?You Clasp Your Bra, Then Slide It Over Your Head

This is one this writer has never tried or heard of until now, but this means that you’re careful corrector, who likes to to make sure things are done right. That’s why you tend to clasp a bra in the proper place once, then shimmy it on from there on out?you know it’s set where it’s supposed to be, and you no longer have to worry about getting it correct every single time. You also aren’t too fond of attention and tend to shy away from the limelight.

This is an interesting one, how do you fasten your bra?

Via Redbook

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