After all, we wear this stuff closest to our bodies, and deserve to have them make us feel as comfortable and confident as possible each and every day. Here’s a simple guide how to choose best bra for yourself, so you have a good reason to purchase wisely when you shop next time.
How to Get Your Right Size
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There are important things to remember when determining your Strapless bra and panty size
- Strapless bra is the best for you, The main hold of the bra is just under the bust, with the elastic band that runs to the back. For this reason, sizing a strapless bra is a little different from sizing a normal bra.
The correct size for a strapless bra is often one band size smaller and one cup size bigger than one’s normal bra size. For example, someone who normally wears a 36B should try a 34C when shopping for strapless bras.
- Panty Size is the best for you, start by measuring your waist with a flexible measuring tape. Place the tape at your natural waistline, usually about half an inch to an inch below your navel. Wrap the tape snugly around your waistline, making sure the measuring tape remains parallel to the floor for the most accurate measurement. As an additional measurement, you can also measure around the widest part of your hips.
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Make it Stick
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To minimize the risk of your strapless and panty heading south, help your set stick to your skin as much as possible. For example, keep your skin clean and forgo putting beauty products like oils and creams on your chest. Also, try to look for styles that have sticky features for strapless like silicone or a rubber grippy band on the inside seam. Silicone inside the cups of a strapless bra will give extra stay-up support. Skip the moisturizer and powder around the bra area for the silicone to work its magic !!!
Buy One Set for Top and Bottom
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This is by far the easiest way to solve the mismatching dilemma, but also the most costly and time consuming. However, I strongly suggest trying everything on first and making sure that you feel comfortable in the panties as well as the bra before committing to multiple pairs of the same collection. And keep in mind that just because the bottoms are not in the exact color or print as the bra, doesn’t mean that it’s not part of the same group. Many designers purposely offer multiple colorways with the intention for them to be mixed and matched to the bras for more versatility.
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