From popular fashion magazines to TV talk shows like Oprah, the message is clear that many women are still wearing ill-fitting bras. There are many formulas out there to help you determine your bra size, but the best advice we can give you is to see a bra fitting specialist at your local lingerie shop or major department store. Use your instincts when judging how good they are. While fitters can guide you and recommend a size or style, only you can determine how you feel in the bra. Does it feel comfortable? Do you feel well supported? Do the fit and style make you feel sexy and more confident? Do you like your silhouette? If you hesitate to answer these typical questions, you are more than likely not to wear the bra style or size recommended. Not all sizes and styles are created equal, so try them on.
Over the past few decades, standardized formulas to determine a woman's bra size have changed. To complicate matters, lingerie designers are now manufacturing and selling their products across the globe. This results in a broader offering to consumers, but has unintentionally created variances in sizing. Try on bras and be open to different brands and styles. You may just find a new favorite to accentuate your silhouette and provide better support. Face it ladies, our bodies change over time whether we like it or not. Check your size periodically consider it a supportive check-up. It is not uncommon for our breasts to change when we gain or lose weight or to lose their firmness with age. So take the time to visit a bra specialist, especially when you notice a difference in your body. For some added guidance, here are a few bra fitting tips you can keep in mind when shopping for a new bra.
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