Immediate Actions Needed to Correct the Bra Mistakes You’re Probably Making
Bras are a necessity for women, except for those few who choose not to wear them. But they also seem to pose the most problems.
First, shopping for bras and finding the most fitting ones are not what most women would always love to do. Secondly maintaining them is also a chore as you have to follow the caring instructions, such as hand washing, air drying, and storing them properly inside drawers. Most of all, wearing them and making them look right under clothes seem like next to impossible.
What do you think cause these problems? Is it the style and design, or the size of a bra, or the kind of materials used? Or, is it the women who are to be blamed?
Maybe we should look into where we make the mistake before we can resolve these bra problems. I list down some of these common mistakes made by many women when shopping for their bras and how to correct them.
Wearing the wrong size bra is done by a majority of women around the world. For them bra shopping is very tiresome and aggravating, so they find it easier to settle for one even if it does not exactly fit, rather than try finding a bra that fits perfectly. Some signs that you are wearing the wrong fitted bra include boobs spilling out of the cup, band riding up your back, straps falling off or cutting into your shoulders, or the appearance of bra-line-bulge. When trying on a bra, look at your self in the mirror. If you find any of these signs, you are certainly wearing a wrong size bra.
Making cup size the basis of choosing a bra size is a big mistake. Find your band size first, and finding the cup size should follow. Your cup may be a D with one band size and an E with another. Cup sizes are not standard; they are correlated with band sizes. So bear this in mind when shopping for your bra.
Fastening on the innermost hooks of the bra that you’re trying on is a wrong that can be corrected by going according to the outermost set of hooks first. Use the tightest hooks only when your bra stretches out over time.
Wearing one bra style with every outfit should be stopped. You wear different bra styles according to the requirements of the styles of dresses that you wear. Before going out of the house, try different bras for your outfit.
Keeping your bra for a year or more is not advisable. You should stock up, so you have more to rotate. Even if you take good care of them, bras stretch out and most likely will fail in their duty of supporting your girls. Having more pieces in your drawer will prolong their lives.
To conclude, try to put some time and effort for your bra fitting and styles, as you do for clothes or jewelry fashion. A correct bra choice will make you radiant from inside out.