Ladies, keep reading, because this is important. The warm weather in Panama means that clothes here have built-in breast support. You could actually move here and leave your bras behind and be just fine. (Do I hear a chorus of Glory Hallelujah's?) But even better, no one cares if you wear a bra or not.
The Panamanian women have less modesty about their bodies than a typical Westerner. For example, it's not unusual to see a woman breast feeding her child on the escalator of a department store. The expat community here has learned to be freer as well, and there is no judgement or shame in being comfortable, no matter what the size or shape of your breasts.
I spent the weekend with Canadian clients, and the bra-less culture here is one of the first topics we discussed. During our tour, they met several other Gringas who unabashedly told them they had stopped wearing a bra. So if you yearn to go bra-less and not have anyone think twice, pack a bra-less bag and come see me in Panama.