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YOUR COMMON BRA FITTING PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS

1   RISING BACK BAND
The band is creeping upward, creating a see-saw effect where the breasts are falling downward.
Solution
The band must be perfectly level front to back and fit snug, anchoring the breasts.
Try reducing the band size but also increase the cup.
2   DOUBLE BUSTING
The breasts are spilling over the front of the bra or under the arm, creating a double boob appearance.
Solution
The cups are simply too small. Increase the cup size and check that the band is flush against your chest
for a snug fit.
3   STRAPS ARE DIGGING IN
The bra straps feel tight and leave indentations on your shoulders.
Solution
The right bra should rely on the band for maximum support, not the straps, and may require a smaller
band size for a secure fit. Consider wide set straps and cushioned strap linings to relieve shoulder stress.
4   STRAPS ARE SLIPPING OFF
The bra straps spend more time slinking down your arm than resting on your shoulder.
Solution
More weight is in the cup or the straps are worn. Try convertible bras with adjustable straps for a
narrow V-shaped, secure fit.
5   BACK BULGE
The bra wings hug your body too tight, creating unsightly ripples.
Solution
Bras with a wide back band banish back fat by covering more area, eliminating the formation of bulges.
Your back band may also be too high and simply needs to be lowered by loosening the straps.
6   FLOAT AWAY CENTRE
The centre (or gore) is outward and moving away from your chest.
Solution
Either you're in a cup that's too small and won't allow the centre panel to sit flush against your skin or you're
in the right size but the wrong style for your body. Try a larger cup or contact our specialists for style information

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