Shopping Tips For Buying the Right Bra

You’re in a store shopping for bras and you see it: the cutest bra ever! It’s colorful, playful, and sexy, and will make you feel oh-so-very confident wearing it. You search for your size and as usual, it’s not there. But there is one size smaller and larger. After careful consideration, you decide to buy both bras. You run home, and guess what? Neither fits.

Every woman goes through this: the constant hunger for the cute bra that never fits right… Not only that, sometimes its not even about the size. The fabric, the cost, the under wire, and the lack of underwire can all come into play. It all depends on your boobs and your comfort levels.

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Yes the green one with the fringe is really, really pretty, but if it doesn’t fit right, there is no point in wasting your money on something that may give you bulge, armpit fat and back fat. Harsh realities ladies.

So here are a few tips to remember while shopping for bras. Not only will they help you find the perfect bra for your perfect fit, but they will also teach you how to think while shopping.

Try it on

Via Glassons
Via Glassons

How many people go into a store, find something, read the size and say “Oh yeah this will fit,” pay and then go home to find it doesn’t fit after all. You’re probably nodding right now. It happens to the best of us, but when bra shopping, trying the bra on is very important. There are so many factors involved: cut, style, shape, fabric… just think of having to drive all the way back when trying it on could have saved you.