How to find the perfect fitting bra

Are you tired of bra shopping, only to come home with a new bra that doesn't fit quite right? Finding a well-fitting bra can be a challenge, but it's worth the effort. A bra that fits well will be more comfortable to wear, provide the right amount of support, look better under clothing, and even improve your posture and prevent back pain. So how do you find a bra that fits?

Here are a few tips:

  1. Know your bra size: It's important to know your bra size before you start shopping. Measure your band size (the number) and your cup size (the letter) using a tape measure. If you don't have a tape measure, you can also use a piece of string or ribbon and measure it against a ruler. Keep in mind that bra sizes can vary between brands, so it's always a good idea to try on a few different sizes to see which fits best.
  2. Check the fit: When trying on a bra, make sure it fits properly. The band should be parallel to the ground and should not ride up in the back. The cups should contain your breasts without any bulging or spillage. The straps should not dig into your shoulders or slip off.
  3. Adjust the straps: If the straps are too loose or too tight, it can affect the fit of the bra. Try adjusting the straps to see if it makes a difference.
  4. Try on different styles: Different bra styles will fit differently, so it's a good idea to try on a few different styles to see which one fits best. For example, a balconette bra will fit differently than a full-coverage bra.
  5. Go for comfort: A bra may look great, but if it's not comfortable to wear, it's not worth it. Look for bras made of soft, breathable materials and avoid bras with underwire if you find them uncomfortable.

Remember, finding a well-fitting bra is worth the effort. It will be more comfortable to wear, provide the right amount of support, look better under clothing, and even improve your posture and prevent back pain.

So next time you go bra shopping, keep these tips in mind and you'll be sure to find a bra that fits well.

Not sure of your bra size? Check out our bra fit calculator to find your true bra size.

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