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Do you need a new bra? Is your bra fitting you badly? Are you sure you have the right size of bra? Apparently,
about 75% of women are wearing the wrong sized bra. That means you are probably wearing and have bought the
wrong size bra.
This means that you are probably not looking your best or feeling the best you
can in your bra and clothing. With a properly sized bra, you will feel better,
be more comfortable and you will absolutely look better.
Perhaps your bra shoulder straps are always falling down. This could be the
result of a bra size (the inch size) which is too big for your torso size. That
is it may be too wide for your body and shoulder width so the straps sit further
out on your shoulders than they should. A smaller sized bra (number size) would
mean the straps would be further in on your shoulders and you will most likely
get rid of this problem.
Similarly, if you are always hanging out of the front v of your bra, you
probably have the wrong cup size. It seems obvious that you have more cup than
the bra. It is fine to have some push up but, the chest should not be bulging
out of the top forming a small muffin top over the top of the bra.
How to get the right sized bra. It really isn't that hard. You only need 2 measurements to get your proper bra
Take a soft measuring tape and measure around your chest just under your bust. This measurement plus
3-4 inches will give your the bra size number. For example, if you measure 32, add 3-4 to get 35-36. You will need a
bra size of 36. Now for the cup size. Measure around the fullest part of your bustline. Subtract the bra size you
just determined from this bustline measurement. For example, if you get a measurement of 40 inches, take 40 - 36 to get
4 inches. Every inch is a cup size. In this case, 4 inches means a D cup. Your bra size would be a 36D. For
a 1 inch difference, this is an A cup, 2 inches equals a B cup, 3 inches is a C cup and so on.
We hope this helps you get the correct bra for your body.