Be One of the Elite Fashion Minority Wearing a Bra that Actually Fits
If your cups runneth over or your band slideth up your back, then you need two things in your life: a professional bra fitting and to change bra sizes - stat - just like the other 80% of your sisters also in the wrong size bra.
Other symptoms of wrongbra'itis include inexplicable aching in your neck, shoulders or back; underwire that seems to have an aggressive mind of its own & likes to prod you painfully; that painful grooving at the base of your neck from the straps have been digging in. A good place to start is by trying a bra that is one size smaller in the band measurement but one cup size larger. So, for example, if you think your bra size is a 36B, you would try a 34C. And don't get hung up on a particular brand or style; two women can both wear the same size and what's perfect for one might be totally wrong for the other, so be sure to try a variety of different styles.
How to know you've found the one perfect for you? You'll be supported, feel comfy, find your clothes fit better & more smoothly (no more unsightly side-boobage bumps or backfat-lumps), your waist looks slimmer (don't be surprised if people keep asking if you've lost weight) and you generally want to stand tall and be more fabulous.
- Lesley Scott[Note: This was written in partnership with Panache Lingerie. The words are mine.]