A recent article on National Geographic Magazine about a new line of bras for women in Brazil said: “Dragonfly Women Clothing is the newest trend in bra-wearing in Brazil.
The new bra line is called ‘Rosa Brasiliana’ and it is designed for Brazilian women.”
In the article, an editor said, “Brazilian women love bras, but bras don’t always fit their bodies.”
She added, “We’ve made a bra that is comfortable, that’s soft, and it’s lightweight.”
The new bras are called Rosa Brasilia Brasileira Brasileiras and are made by the Brazilian company “São Cristo.”
It is the latest in a long line of “Dragonflies” bras.
Some of the bras are made of cotton and some are made from polyester.
In addition to bras, there are other bras that are made to fit a range of sizes, such as bras with straps that are wide enough to accommodate the bra.
One bra in the Rosa Brasileiana Brasileiroas line has straps that wrap around the breast.
There is also a bra made of fabric that has a stretch that stretches around the entire body, making the bra feel like a padded bra.
Bras in this range of bras range in price from $12 to $20.
The bras are often available at retailers like Victoria’s Secret and Ulta.
The Brasilians are making bras for Brazilian families who don’t have access to a bra shop, and they are selling the bras on the internet and in stores.
The company that made the bras is called São Cristal.
This Brasilian company is also known as “S.A.B.” and “The Bra Company.”
Brasil is a city in the northeast of Brazil and the state of Minas Gerais.
Brasil has been the site of a string of violent, anti-immigrant protests.
In April, police used tear gas and pepper spray against protesters, including women who were wearing bras in public.
The protest was sparked by the release of a video that showed a woman, known only as Rosa, being beaten with a baton.
A police officer then grabbed the baton and tried to beat her.
She was eventually hospitalized.
Two of the women arrested were later released.
The video that inspired the protest has been viewed nearly 50 million times.