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FAQ 1

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What's the psyche of my bra size?
One of the reasons women aren't wearing the correct bra size is psychology. Women tend to buy the bra size they want to be rather than the bra size that fits. This is understandable. After all, who likes admitting they've gained weight or that gravity has taken over? However, wearing the wrong bra size is a big mistake for many reasons. Therefore, it's important that you find out your correct size. And if you think about it, only you know what your bra size is. No one looking at you will be able to tell that you've jumped from a 36C to a 36D. So, the moral here is: wear the bra that fits your breasts rather than your brain.
I'm an "A" cup. Do I really need to wear a bra?
Yes! Please make sure you wear a bra. Often, small-breasted women will wear an undershirt and no bra, or flimsy triangle bras held together with elastic.
What is the most common mistake women make about their bra size?
The number one mistake is increasing the band size instead of the cup size. For example, you try on a 34C and it feels tight. The mistake is moving to a 36C instead of a 34D. Don't change band size unless you are unable to get a few fingers under the band of your bra.

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If you need to know the answer to a question connected with personal recommendations on what bra to select or how to wear it, feel free to contact our administrators and consultants via our contact page. They will be happy to help you.

One of the reasons women aren't wearing the correct bra size is psychology. Women tend to buy the bra size they want to be rather than the bra size that fits. This is understandable. After all, who likes admitting they've gained weight or that gravity has taken over? However, wearing the wrong bra size is a big mistake for many reasons. Therefore, it's important that you find out your correct size. And if you think about it, only you know what your bra size is. No one looking at you will be able to tell that you've jumped from a 36C to a 36D. So, the moral here is: wear the bra that fits your breasts rather than your brain.

Yes! Please make sure you wear a bra. Often, small-breasted women will wear an undershirt and no bra, or flimsy triangle bras held together with elastic.

The number one mistake is increasing the band size instead of the cup size. For example, you try on a 34C and it feels tight. The mistake is moving to a 36C instead of a 34D. Don't change band size unless you are unable to get a few fingers under the band of your bra.

One of the reasons women aren't wearing the correct bra size is psychology. Women tend to buy the bra size they want to be rather than the bra size that fits. This is understandable. After all, who likes admitting they've gained weight or that gravity has taken over? However, wearing the wrong bra size is a big mistake for many reasons. Therefore, it's important that you find out your correct size. And if you think about it, only you know what your bra size is. No one looking at you will be able to tell that you've jumped from a 36C to a 36D. So, the moral here is: wear the bra that fits your breasts rather than your brain.

Yes! Please make sure you wear a bra. Often, small-breasted women will wear an undershirt and no bra, or flimsy triangle bras held together with elastic.

The number one mistake is increasing the band size instead of the cup size. For example, you try on a 34C and it feels tight. The mistake is moving to a 36C instead of a 34D. Don't change band size unless you are unable to get a few fingers under the band of your bra.

One of the reasons women aren't wearing the correct bra size is psychology. Women tend to buy the bra size they want to be rather than the bra size that fits. This is understandable. After all, who likes admitting they've gained weight or that gravity has taken over? However, wearing the wrong bra size is a big mistake for many reasons. Therefore, it's important that you find out your correct size. And if you think about it, only you know what your bra size is. No one looking at you will be able to tell that you've jumped from a 36C to a 36D. So, the moral here is: wear the bra that fits your breasts rather than your brain.

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Yes! Please make sure you wear a bra. Often, small-breasted women will wear an undershirt and no bra, or flimsy triangle bras held together with elastic.

One of the reasons women aren't wearing the correct bra size is psychology. Women tend to buy the bra size they want to be rather than the bra size that fits. This is understandable. After all, who likes admitting they've gained weight or that gravity has taken over? However, wearing the wrong bra size is a big mistake for many reasons. Therefore, it's important that you find out your correct size. And if you think about it, only you know what your bra size is. No one looking at you will be able to tell that you've jumped from a 36C to a 36D. So, the moral here is: wear the bra that fits your breasts rather than your brain.

Yes! Please make sure you wear a bra. Often, small-breasted women will wear an undershirt and no bra, or flimsy triangle bras held together with elastic.

The number one mistake is increasing the band size instead of the cup size. For example, you try on a 34C and it feels tight. The mistake is moving to a 36C instead of a 34D. Don't change band size unless you are unable to get a few fingers under the band of your bra.

One of the reasons women aren't wearing the correct bra size is psychology. Women tend to buy the bra size they want to be rather than the bra size that fits. This is understandable. After all, who likes admitting they've gained weight or that gravity has taken over? However, wearing the wrong bra size is a big mistake for many reasons. Therefore, it's important that you find out your correct size. And if you think about it, only you know what your bra size is. No one looking at you will be able to tell that you've jumped from a 36C to a 36D. So, the moral here is: wear the bra that fits your breasts rather than your brain.

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Yes! Please make sure you wear a bra. Often, small-breasted women will wear an undershirt and no bra, or flimsy triangle bras held together with elastic.

The number one mistake is increasing the band size instead of the cup size. For example, you try on a 34C and it feels tight. The mistake is moving to a 36C instead of a 34D. Don't change band size unless you are unable to get a few fingers under the band of your bra.

One of the reasons women aren't wearing the correct bra size is psychology. Women tend to buy the bra size they want to be rather than the bra size that fits. This is understandable. After all, who likes admitting they've gained weight or that gravity has taken over? However, wearing the wrong bra size is a big mistake for many reasons. Therefore, it's important that you find out your correct size. And if you think about it, only you know what your bra size is. No one looking at you will be able to tell that you've jumped from a 36C to a 36D. So, the moral here is: wear the bra that fits your breasts rather than your brain.

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