The Bra Guide
There are 2 things every woman should expect from her bra: it should give her the support she needs and make her look (and feel) gorgeous!
To achieve this it is critical to get the perfect fit.
With our step by step guide and clever solutions to common problems you can say goodbye to badly fitting bras forever.
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Our stylist Julie will talk you through the correct bra fit and her solutions to those bra fit problems.
Underband riding too high?
The back of your bra has to be horizontal, well placed under the blades. If the back extends this means the band is too big and the support is now coming from the straps
Go down one back size or up one cup size
Straps slipping off?
Loosen your bra straps if they are digging into your shoulders or if they feel tight and are causing the cups to dig into your breasts. Tighten your bra straps if they are slipping off your shoulders. If you have narrow shoulders, avoid balcony bras as these have wide-set straps
Wires lift away from your rib cage?
The cups are too small therefore the wire is lifting away from the rib cage showing breast tissue underneath the wire
Go down one back size or up one cup size. If the cup is still too small, go up another cup size
The cups are too small causing the bust to overspill over the top of the cups
Go up one cup size
STEP 2: Find Your Size
Firstly run the tape measure around your body, under the bra at the top of the rib cage.
This will give you your back measurement.
Now take the tape measure across the fullest part of your bust. This will give you your cup size.
STEP 3: Find Your Style
These supportive bras give a great shape, with full coverage cups giving you a smooth silhouette under clothes
Designed to make your bust appear smaller, this flattering and supportive cup also streamlines your silhouette
This flattering and stylish bra has full cups with added coverage to give all round support and uplift for a bigger bust
Practical and so easy to wear, a front fastening bra means you'll be able to easily put your bra on
STEP 4: Care AdviceCaring for your bra properly means it will last and last
Always try to hand wash your bras and never put them in the dryer - this will reduce the elasticity and cause them to shrink
Wash your bras in cool water with delicate detergent. Don't wring them out, just let them drip dry and don't put them on the radiator where the heat could damage them
Stack your bras in your drawer. Never invert one cup into the other. Doing so destroys the fibres in the molding, makes the cups bumpy, and shortens the life of your bra