Your Bra Is Ruining Your Outfit: Here's How To Find The Right Bra

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Let’s bust this fashion faux pas once and for all.

Finding the right bra can be notoriously difficult and overwhelming. Choosing the right band sizes, cup sizes, and bra functionally is crucial to keeping your breasts looking the absolute best. If you’re not wearing the right bra, you risk throwing off the look of your entire outfit.

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It’s important to remember that one size, shape, and style does not fit all — especially when it comes to your bra. We’ve created the ultimate bra guide that’s sure to be your new breast friend:

PUSH UP

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Push up bras are great for making smaller breasts look more full. Wear them under low-cut tops and dresses to lift and use your breasts together and optimize your cleavage line.

DEMI

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Demi bras feature shorter underwires, less upper breast coverage, and wide-set straps. They wive shallow or settling breasts better mounding cleavage.

T-SHIRT

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T-shirt bras are perfect for shape, comfort, and modesty. They look invisible under t-shirts or other clingy, form-fitting clothes. They also are great to wear if you have shallow, thin, or conical breasts.

STRAPLESS

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Strapless bras have optimal comfort if you find a good-fitting one. Pick one with a wide band and boning under the arms and the front. Wear them with strapless tops and dresses or necklines where other bra styles won’t work.

WIRELESS

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Wireless bras are perfect for comfort. They provide full coverage and work great for wide=set, splayed, and pendulous breasts.

PLUNGE

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Plunge bras have a low center panel to allow for plunging necklines. They don’t show underneath button-down shirts or plunging dresses and tops.


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