Your band should feel like a sincere hug.
Snug enough to stay level to the floor
when you raise your arms.
If there are bulges or elastic digging in
your band is too tight.
If your band rides up your back, then
your band is too loose.
Bras are not one size fits all, which means
when you put on your bra the straps should
be adjusted to fit your needs.
On the taller size? Slide your strap
adjusters down to avoid straps digging in.
Shorter than average? Tighten your strap
adjusters to avoid slipping straps.
You should be able to slip two fingers
under your straps. If you can lift the strap
more than .5 an inch your straps need
to be tightened.
Lean forward, scoop and swoop to
properly position the girls in the cups.
Once adjusted if you notice any spillage
over the top of your cup or your underarm
then the cup may be too small.
Gapping or emptiness in your cup means
you likely need to go down a cup size.
Cups should hug your boobs all around
for optimal support!
Did you know that a properly fitting bra
draws the bust in and can dramatically
slenderize your figure?
Look in the mirror facing forward. Your
breasts should be within your body frame.
A good bra should always lift your
boobs up and away from your ribcage.
This helps improve your posture and
creates the most flattering fit.
Turn to the side and look in the mirror.
You can see if your bra is giving you
enough lift if the fullest part of your
breast reaches the mid point between
your shoulder and elbow.