It's just me (I suppose), but I'd much rather see a woman fully dressed in fishnet stockings than completely naked because lingerie only enhances the whole sexual experience... of course that predicates that I am getting sex out of it, but let's not nitpick.
Rather than examine what makes a bra sexy, let's look instead to how Japan seems to have a different measurement for its bras.
First off... having a large number in the chest measurement department isn't nearly as important as the actual cup size.
Being smaller in stature, a woman with a 32 D chest looks larger than someone who is a 44 B.
The number represents the measurement around the chest, the cup measures the breast. Got it? Good. I know I am simplifying things...
Now... in Japan, even though they measure in metric (using centimeters) versus the classic Imperial measurement in inches - no big deal... just convert - the Japanese have a slightly different measurement in cup sizes.
I saw a photo of a Japanese AV (adult video) star implying she had an F cup. Really? It looked like a D maybe.
I suppose it could because they are inflating their charms to add to their charm, but I've discovered there is a less nefarious reason.
Now... I'm actually pretty good a picking out cup sizes. It's a gift that becomes more and more useless as I get older, but I still know what it is I am looking at and hoping to grope.
But here's the thing. Japanese cup sizes are smaller than their western counterparts.
From what I have learned, there is only supposed to be a one cup difference... but it's not. It's more than that.
A Japanese D-cup should be a western C... but in reality it might be a B or a B+.
Why the discrepancy? The numbers were altered to match the population... perhaps to better feed the ego. It's one of those reasons why I think all women's clothing is in a completely alien sizing range, with super models being a size 0, and the average woman being - I don't know, an 8... whatever... I haven't figured that out.
So... in Japan... the average cup size is a B+ to C if we are talking in western terms.
In Japan, women tend to push a bit more flesh into the bra to make it look like it's bigger. I read that somewhere.
Western women will just get a bra that fits, more or less, the actual breast size. Obviously, the more flesh you have (IE, if you are a bit more heavy-set), the more flesh you can squish into the cup.
So.. a 70-centimeter chest with a D-cup in Japan is really a 32-inch chest with a C-cup... and it might actually be a 32-B+ if she wore a bra without trying to stuff extra flesh into it (to wear it in a manner more similar to their western counterparts) .
So... yes... Japanese women have a different sizing for bras AND, they wear their bra in a different manner from the west.
In Japan - once there, I knew what it was I was getting into. I had always jokingly described my ideal woman as an Asian redhead with big tits and that I had always found two out of three while in Japan.
But... I never played that way. I had numerous girlfriends with what I would describe in westernized measurements as B+ cup sized... some as an A+, a few Cs and one or two D's and definitely one DD.
But whatever. They would tell me they were an F-Cup, and I would just laugh inside my head, thinking that they don't think I'm smart enough to know the truth... like I even cared.
However, it turns out they were telling the truth and I really wasn't smart enough to know the difference.
Now we all know. Don't make the same mistake I did. Not that I made a mistake. I used to nod and smile and thropw the damn bra across the bedroom to sit in a crumpled mass in the corner of the tatami mats.
Okay... all this talk of breasts has made me... breathy... that's not the right word, but I didn't want to write down the word 'horny'.
PS: the photo above shows the lovely Nakayama Erisa (surname first), a Race Queen (promotes racing events) and a Triumph Bra model.