Wearing the wrong bra can lead to back pain, bad posture and discomfort. Solve that problem forever with these useful tips: Choose the right size Measurements are very important. You can do this at home or at a store. According to Healthsite, you need to: wear the best fitting bra you have and measure the fullest part of your breast and note the measurement. Next, measure just below your bust-line – if it is an even number like 32, add 4 to it making it 36 in, and if it is an odd number say 31, add 3 to it making it 34 in. This is your band size. Subtract your band size from the number you got earlier of the fullest part. This difference is your cup size. 1 = A, 2 = B, and so on. If your band size is 36 in, the fullest part is 34 in, then your bra size will be (36 in – 34 in = 2, 2 =B) which is a 36B. Cup size: Small bust Padded or push-up bras are perfect as they give you a fuller bust and will enhance your curves. You can also try a demi-cup underwire bra, which will give your breasts a good lift. Big bust If you are large-busted, you should opt for non-padded bras. Full cups will hold them better and straps that are wide will provide better support. A non-padded underwire bra is also a good option. Here are signs that tell you if you are actually wearing the incorrect bra
- Rides up? The under band should sit horizontally around the body. You should be able to fit two fingers under the band comfortably.
- There’s a gap? The centre front of the bra should sit flat against the chest.
- Spillage? Your boobs shouldn’t be falling out.