Bra Fitting Issues, Through a Starbucks Window
Hello everyone, this is Jessica and I am the contributor blogger for FinallyBra today.
I sit in Starbucks a lot, just to drink a cup of cappuccino doing nothing but watch people. It is actually a fashion hobby because I enjoy watching women passing by my window and figuring out where they get their dresses from, and…. the bras.
Let me tell you my research results! Although we, as women, put a lot of effort on picking the right dress, bag, and have delicate hairdo and makeup, we tend to be oblivious to our own bras. Here are a couple issues:
1. Bouncing breast tissue. A bad quality or loose fit bra can do the job. I saw plenty women walking by my window, with their breasts bouncing like two little rabbits. My point here is more of a health issue than an appearance one. Our breasts succumb to gravity, combined with the aging process, they gradually become saggy. Wearing a loose fit bra, or one lack of enough support, we are accelerating our breasts’ drooping process, eventually leading to deep V-shape drooped breasts. Most the time the skin attaching the breasts with the bone gets reddish after the breasts bounce too much and eventually looses elastic.
2. Back fat bulge. A smaller band size and narrow back wings of an ill-fitted bra can cause this problem. This does not happen to just full-figure women. I witness lots of petite or small cup sized women who have the same issue. It is definitely disturbing to see that back fat bulges out through the delicate clothes, but the worse thing is that the fat will eventually grow in the way it is directed by a bad fitted bra.
3. Exposed “armpit fat”. A bra having low side panel, or small cup coverage causes this side “spill over” problem. I often encounter this issue with women wearing strapless tops or dresses. The armpit fat uncovered by the bra appears like secondary breast tissue. Unfortunately although the exposed fat conveys no significant health effects, it is extremely aesthetically unpleasant.
4. Wide set breasts. Most bras do not support the function of pushing the breasting in, so many women tend to overlook this feature. When the bra has too much separation at the center gore, the breasts are more spread out and form a bigger body frame size.
In a word, finding a right bra does not just mean matching the right size. There are more details to check out: center panel, cup shape, and side and back support etc. It is worthy to put the efforts to know all the details inside and out. I am excited that FinallyBra is revolutionizing the bra industry with a mission to change fitting issues. Ladies, it might be time to try FinallyBra.