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How to choose the right lingerie

Choosing the right lingerie is sometimes no less than rocket science. Getting that perfect fit and feel can at times be daunting as trying new bras every time in the change room can also be a little taxing and irritating.   Ill-fitting bras can damage the breast tissue and if the bra doesn’t lend a […]

How to choose the right lingerie

Choosing the right lingerie is sometimes no less than rocket science. Getting that perfect fit and feel can at times be daunting as trying new bras every time in the change room can also be a little taxing and irritating.

 

Ill-fitting bras can damage the breast tissue and if the bra doesn’t lend a proper support it can also hurt and damage your ligaments. Breasts can be of different shape, size and cups too. So here are certain tips which will help you to find the right bra.

1. One of the main things that one must be remember is that the bra should fit snugly. You should be able to get two fingers under the band comfortably. While doing so if the back of the bra is going up or you’re pulling up the shoulder straps throughout the day, then the band size is too big. Remember you can always adjust the hooks in the back, but if this still doesn’t do the trick then you’ll need to go a size down.

2. Your bra cups should be able to fill in your bra cups completely. There shouldn’t be any extra room in the cup, nor do you want them to be spilling out of your cup. If that is happening then you must change it soon and go size up.

3. While trying a new bra flap your arms and wave them around to check how well it fits you. If the band rides up and your breasts start to fall out the bottom then it’s too big, you can adjust the shoulder straps to suit your size. However, if it’s still doesn’t sits fit, then time to go a size down.

4. Another major problem is having a fat back, so when you put on a bra, your fat starts to ooze out. Oversized bras ride up and pull your back fat up with it. Go for a smaller bra size.

5. While wearing an underwire the wire should stay flat against your breastbone. If that’s not the case go for a change.

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I'm 26 years old. I love shopping and travelling.