Starting From a Right Bra
Are shoulder straps of your bra cutting your shoulders?
Do you run or jog with a lot of pain or bouncing?
Does your breast tissue spill out of the cups?
Do you have "armpit fat” that cannot be hidden?
Do your breasts tissue spread far apart from the middle?
If you have any of the above issues, you need shop around and get a new bra!
The first step is to find out the right bra size. As amazing it may sound, statistics have shown that 80% of women are not wearing the right bra size. The most important thing to remember is that a bra size includes both cup and band sizes. As a matter of fact, the volume of a cup from a 28DD bra is equal to the volume of a 34B. So for example, if you feel the band of a 34C bra is a bit loose, then the better fit should be a size of 32D instead of 32C. The rule of thumb is that, every time you decrease the band size, you should increase the cup size – so a 34C with a smaller band size should be a 32D and vice versa. Please refer to FinallyBra's Bra Sister Size for a detailed explanation for better bra fitting.
Having the right size, the most next important step is to find the right bra. Besides solving the above mentioned problems, a properly fitted bra should push the breast up and inward, enhance cleavage, eradicate the health problems and aesthetically improve your appearance. Please refer to FinallyBra's Breast Shapes and Bra Fitting for the right bra styles for your body.