Bra fitting help » Okay under clothing?
Don’t worry, I know this bra doesn’t fit in the cup but honestly it’s the best one I have right now. It’s comfortable and lifting. I have two questions:
1. Does the band fit right? It feels fine.
2. Does it look decent enough under clothing to still wear from time to time? I guess that’s why I haven’t gone bra shopping in a while because I haven’t noticed a problem when I wear a shirt.
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I think that it would be worthwhile to double check how to measure a bra and to finish measuring yourself as that information will come in handy down the road.
We have all been in the position where we have to wear the best of bad fitting bras. We do what we can! As you SLOWLY buy new bras you will see how a better fitting bra will lift the girls without smooshing them, will give your waist definition, and your body a more pleasing profile (no bumps and lumps!) - all with more comfort in the shoulders and back.
Updated on April 10, 2020 Flag this
A bra really lifts when the wire sits directly in your IMF, but in the picture, the wire is cutting into your breast tissue because of the too small/shallow cups.
There is also a trick for proper fitting band, the maximal band size that you should choose must be the nearest number directly below your tight ribcage. For example, you have a tight ribcage of 83.8 cm, then you should choose a band size of maximal EU 80 or tight UK 36. So I think a 34 band will be no problem for you. However, maybe you should learn how to measure a bra correctly. For a 34DD padded bra, it normally has a cup width from 13.5 to 16 cm and a cup depth from 21 to 23.5 cm.
Updated on June 10, 2020 Flag this