Using the term 'DD cup' excites the boys and frightens the girls. But mention you are a G cup in polite company and people will look at you in disbelief. At Brava, it's not unusual to fit a woman who says she is 14D into a 10G bra. It happens all the time!
Let's get this straight - your bra should be like your best friend. If your best friend doesn't support you, pokes you constantly, and is just a general pain to be around, then you probably need a new best friend, and the same goes for your bra. Your friendly, everyday underwired bra should not be hurting you - at all!
If you are wearing the right bra for your shape, then you should hardly be able to feel that you are wearing a bra. If your bra is uncomfortable there will be a reason and the culprit can be identified and eliminated with the help of a very good bra fitter. However, if you would like to investigate the reasons yourself, read on...
A tape measure is useful for measuring lengths, widths and even circular objects. But using a tape to measure a breast simply doesn't make sense. Mystery shopping, global research, listening, fitting schools and everything else we could find to educate us on bra fitting was our life before opening Brava Lingerie.
For years, fuller busted women have been told to minimise, minimise, minimise and lingerie manufacturers have created minimiser-type bras to help them achieve this. A minimiser bra is designed to compress and spread your breasts across your chest to reduce the forward projection. This, they say, will make you look smaller and help you to do up your shirt button.