Monday, January 03, 2011

"Look for the buxom label..."

This morning I saw something for the second time... in a store, there was a sign with a logo for items that are prim breast compatible, along with an explanation of just what that means.

I will have to go back and see whether the logo was the same in both places... and I will inquire with the shop owners about the possibility of making it, or something like it, a standard that can be placed on ads for prim breast friendly clothing or other items. Prim breast users: wouldn't you like to be able to tell at a glance what stores cater to you? Not just clothing; how about the ability to buy an animation and know before you buy that it won't send your arms or legs through your prim breasts?


MelodyNLyrics said...

Not only an easy-to-see-and-obvious label, I'd love to see tutorials out for those interested in joining the prim-breast clothing creation ranks. Tutorials, templates, tips, etc. The more people who know how to work it, the more clothes we'll hopefully have available that will allow us to wear our prim breasts full time, and always look great doing so.

Melissa Yeuxdoux said...

That would be wonderful, Melody. Check out Buxom Life... a number of prim breast makers and clothing makers have posted there, and perhaps they could be persuaded to create such a thing.