If you find that your bra is constantly slipping or your breasts spill out from the top or bottom of your cups, it's most likely due to the an improper fit of the bra's band and/or cup for your size, shape, and tissue type. Read on to learn about the most common causes of bra slips and spills, and how to fix the problem based on your breast tissue type.
Plunge bras are a great choice for those with full-on-bottom, wide-set shapes, and they offer some unique benefits compared to other styles. Although there aren't very many plunge options for those above a DD cup, we've found the *perfect* plunge that'll lift, support, and gather your bust for the perfect cleavage all the way up to a US O cup.
If you've gotten a breast augmentation, you may feel like you're starting back at the basics in bra shopping. Not only do your measurements differ from pre-surgery, but you need to mindful of the changes in the shape and density of your breasts when shopping for bras. Read on to learn all about how to choose the right bra to keep your new breasts supported and comfortable!
Bra bands should lie horizontally (parallel) across your back, directly under the breast tissue. Ideally, the band should feel snug against your body but not feel like you can't breathe. It must be tight enough to feel like you're being correctly supported during the day.
The gore is the center section of the bra that sits between your breast tissue and bridges the gap between the bra cups. A properly fitting bra gore should sit flat on your sternum and contribute to your band's support. In an ill-fitting bra, it can cause a lot of discomfort!
The majority of women today fall outside of the typical A-D range offered by US based brands. Dig into common misconceptions and how to think about shopping for "large" (or not so large) cup bras above a D cup.
Beautiful breasts come in all shapes and sizes, and pendulous breasts are no exception! The best bras for heavy, pendulous breasts are made of high-quality low-stretch fabrics, side boning, and multi-part cups.
Embroidered bras have extra details and patterns sewn on top of the underlying fabric. Polish bra-makers take this intricate tradition of "haft" to new heights by adding embroidered details to embellish and strengthen their pieces!
Contrary to what you might think, sheer bras can be incredibly supportive and are not just for those who wear a smaller size. The key is finding the right style that is specifically made to fit and support a larger cup size.