Since You’ve Got It……flaunt it! But choose the right full figure bra! When you want to wear that low-cut or plunging neckline, you want to get a little extra lift and cleavage from your bra, while at the same time making sure your bra doesn’t show. One way to achieve this look is to select a demi-cup bra style. You have many full figure bra options that still look se.xy, so shop around and try various brands until you find the one that fits you like a glove!
Follow the steps below to determine your bust size.
1. Stand straight and relax. Don’t inhale and expand your rib cage as if you’re about to blow out candles.
2. Using a soft tape measure, measure all the way around your body, placing the tape measure right beneath your breasts (example: 30 1/2). Add five to that number, rounding up if necessary to the next even number (36). Congratulations: That’s your band size.
3. Next step: The cup. While wearing a bra, measure completely around the fullest part of your bust (across the nipple) without pulling tight. Make sure the tape measure goes around your entire back (38).
4. Subtract the number from your band size (38-36=2). The result will indicate your appropriate cup size, based on the following guide:
Taking your measurement is just the starting place for finding a bra that supports and flatters your bust. There are variances between different styles and manufactures. The most important consideration is comfort. Here’swhat to check for next:
1. While putting on the bra, bend over and allow your breasts to fall naturally into the cups. Stand slowly and adjust the bra: Put a hand to each breast and raise the nipple so that it’s at the center of the cup. The center of the bra should lie flat against the breastbone. Be sure there is no gap.
2. Check that the bra cups are smooth, with no wrinkles.
3. Finally, turn to the side and look in a mirror to see whether the back of the bra hikes up. If it does, then the bra doesn’t fit correctly. The back of the bra should rest comfortably against the middle of your back.
Bra problums and solutions
If you have problum of Breasts dropping or sagging ,just Tighten the straps. Try a smaller cup size or style (Good projection means that the middle of the breast is at a 90-degree angle with the floor. The best solution for sagging breasts of any size is a full cup bra. Push up or Demi-cup styles will not provide adequate support).
If your Straps dig into shoulders, loose the straps. Try a bra with wider straps. Try placing bra strap pads under the straps (Normally straps will be loosened to about half way, if they leave red marks in the shoulders, they are too tight).
If your breast tissue Overflow from cup, Increase the cup size. Try a larger band size (A well-fitting bra should contain all of the breast tissue inside the cup).
If your Underband is too tight, Try a looser hook placement. Try increasing the band size (The band should fit closely but comfortably around the torso, if it leaves red marks on the skin it is too tight).
Your underband digs in at the base of the cup, Try a looser hook placement Try a larger band size (It should be comfortable enough to slip a finger underneath the band at the base of the cup).
If your back underband rides up, Lengthen the straps. Try a smaller band size or choose a tighter setting on the band (The band should fit straight across the back. The lower edge should anchor just below the shoulder blades. Remember the lower the back band fits, the more support you get).