Teen Sings About How Stressful It Is to Shop for a Bra

Teen Jaci Lane sings about bra shopping. (Photo: jaci_lane_/Twitter)

In the most relatable style news ever, a teen on Twitter is singing about the frustration of bra shopping.

Sparked by the trauma that most of us experience while looking for a new bra, Jaci Lane of Oklahoma wrote a catchy tune. In a post to the social media site last Monday, she shared a video of her singing an original and quirky tube that all females should figuratively “retweet.”

The lyrics express the feeling of anxiety that a woman gets walking into a lingerie store, where sales people swarm around a shopper the second they enter and overwhelming options available. But as many women would agree, “a simple bra will do.”


“I can find a bra on my own, because all your choices really stress me out. Do you want a sports bra, day bra, push-up bra, or T-shirt bra? I just want a bra that will cover my tatas,” the teen sings.

The Tweet has already received more than 5,500 likes, with no shortage of hysterical reactions, including that of a Victoria’s Secret employee who can appreciate the annoyance.




And although the video was made for laughs, plenty of people acknowledged how amazing her voice is as well.




Regardless of the comments, both positive and negative, Lane tells Yahoo Style that her only intent is to have fun.

“My videos are never meant to hurt anyone, I love Jesus and I love people, I just want to make people laugh. That is my ultimate goal in life,” she says. “Sure sales people scare me a little bit but it’s never meant to be mean or hurt anyone’s feelings, I know they’re just doing their job.”

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