Let your bra do all the work! The true function of a bra is to lift, separate and support you. Your job is to simply look fabulous while it does it. But some of us need to break up with our bras. You know the ones. The ones that leave marks and dents in our skin, painful cuts and scars.
If you find yourself unable to make it through the entire day without pulling your bra - you can't sit in the car before you're reaching around to unhook, then sit your bra down and tell them, "We're through!"
Now that you're alone, here's how to conduct the interview to get a new bra. Start with the back band - that is the true core of your bra and that is where 90 per cent of the work comes from, only 10 per cent comes from your straps.
Your back band should sit firm and low on your back, pulling you in close and the middle or centre gore of your bra should 'tack' or lie flat against your chest, if it doesn't tack, it doesn't fit. No matter how much you love it!
It's like a see-saw: back down, boobs up! And UP is where we wanna be!
Make sure all your breast tissue fits in the cup. Reach around to the very root of the bust and pull your breast tissue forward, then reach under and lift your breast tissue into the cup, and, finally, smooth out the top with your fingers.
Are you all in the cup? Are there any bulges? Is your back band firm, not tight around your body? If so, then you're on your way to hiring.
Buying tips: If you are short and don't have much space between your breast and neck, try and choose bras with low centre gores, to reduce the feeling of being cut off at the neck.
Most of us have one breast that is slightly or noticeably larger than the other, always fit your biggest breast first; the smaller one can always be adjusted.
The true test
Now that your bra is on, try your top on, sit down, put your hands out in front of you (as if driving) is anything sticking or pouring out? Poking you? If not, all things being equal, welcome your bra to the family.
The true test of a good bra is that you cannot feel it on your body!
If you are still uncertain, then a professional fitting is always recommended. Your fitter will help you understand the types of bras that work with your body and recommend styles and shapes that fit and flatter you.
Change your bra, change your life!
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