Bra Buying Guide
The Perfect Bra
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The Support Act
The support act to your t-shirt, from full-cup essentials to plunge and push-up options.
Problems and Solutions
From band to straps to cups, finding a comfortable bra can seem daunting. To help, we have put together a few common bra mishaps you might come across on the road to finding that perfect bra.
Though many people think the straps do all the work, the band is what gives you the most support.
If your band rides up at the back
Adjust the length of your shoulder straps or try a smaller band size. Remember, when you get a smaller band size, you need to go one size bigger in the cup. For example, if you are a 34D your tighter band would be 32DD.
Ensure breasts are sitting in cups correctly.
If your cups gape
Try tightening your straps. If this doesn’t work, try a smaller cup size or alternative bra style.
While the support of the bra comes from the band, here is what you can do to adjust the strap.
If your straps dig in to your shoulders
Try loosening the straps until you feel comfortable pressure instead of a digging sensation. If this doesn’t work, consider trying one band size smaller for snugger fit. If you are plus-sized, choose a bra with a cushioned shoulder strap for support.
If your straps slip, even after tightening them
Check again that band and cups fit correctly or try another bra style.
Finding the style of bra that suits you is just as important as finding the right size. Your size will differ depending on the style of bra you choose. You should rethink the style of bra you wear if any part of your bra hurts, digs into your ribs, restricts your breathing or leaves deep indentations on your skin.