Bras are pricey as it is. They’re on my list of things that I roll my eyes at when I have to buy them like, toothpaste, toilet paper, shaving razors and socks. Why doesn’t Santa Claus leave a box of these necessities under our pillows once a month? Unless you plan on getting freaky no one is going to see your bejeweled bra anyway. If you happen to be getting freaky, while I do believe some simple folks might be distracted by shiny things, I don’t think anyone who is warming up for frisky business is going to care about how expensive your bra is.
I don’t even know that I would be able to tell the difference between a real diamond and one you would get in a Forever 21 accessory. (Clearly I am the classiest person you know.)
Yeah, I understand that this is for tradition and that’s cool. I am sure it’s an honor for the model who gets to wear it and a huge deal for the designer who gets to make it. Although, I find it a little weird when people use “expensiveness” as a measure for beauty or art. The bra doesn’t look all that special to me.
I know fashion is sort of crazy and things are expensive just for the sake of being expensive, but does Victoria’s Secret know that they can spend $2.5 million on much better things? If I had that kind of cash I’d do some serious damage. First I would buy a pony and name it Jelly Bean, then I would buy everyone in the country a Pumpkin Spice Latte (because there isn’t a single person who doesn’t deserve one), lastly I would invest in cloning technology so that we could recreate pterodactyls like in Jurassic Park. (They’d be mini, domesticated pterodactyls we could keep as pets.)
What do you think of The Fantasy bra? Is it a wonderfully glamorous idea or kind of a waste of money? Let us know in the comments!