The right bra should fit snugly, but just like with the collar on a pet dog, you should be able to comfortably get two fingers under the band. If the back of the bra is riding up or you’re pulling up the shoulder straps throughout the day, then the band size is too big. Remember you can always adjust the hooks and the straps.
If your bra cup is moulded, your should fill the bra completely - you shouldn’t have extra room in the cup. Nor do you want to be spilling out of your cup, if this is the case you’ll need to go up a size.
Flap your arms about and wave them around. If the band goes up your back then it’s too big. If this happens, try adjusting the shoulder straps, or make the band smaller. If it’s still leaping about then go down a size.
If you’re getting extra back skin when wearing your bra, then your bra is actually too big. Oversized bras ride up and pull your back skin up with it. Choose a smaller bra size that sits in the centre of your back where it’s supposed to be and you’ll no longer get that.
If you’re petite in frame and you can’t really find a bra that fits you, try a Demi bra. A Demi has a shorter wire so you won’t be spiked in the armpits.
When wearing an underwire, the wire should lay flat against your skin. It it’s popping up, morphing or riding up, you’ve got the wrong size.
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