How To Measure Your Bra size
It's important to choose the correct bra size for a good support and best comfort.
Measure your band size and cup size before you set out to purchase a bra.
Band size is the measurement taken around the rib cage under the bust. If the measurement you get is a fractional number round it off to the nearest whole number.
For measurements having an even number add 4 inches and if it’s an odd number add 5 inches.
How To Choose A Bra
If you have a petite bust select demi cup bras/balcony-style bras to get a fuller and curvier shape.
For uneven and large breasts go for full cups/underwire bras as these types give better support and comfort.
For T-shirts and light sweaters choose seamless bras to get a smooth and even look.
Select seamed bras to wear under blouses, suits and heavy sweaters to get a shapelier look.
Bras should be replaced every 6 to 8 months since this is the period bras being to stretch.
Types of Bras
We can select bras for different occasions such as:
Sports bra for sports and fitness activities.
Push up bra to give a good lift and support plus comfort.
Full figure bras for ladies who need a perfect support and coverage.
Underwire Bras specially designed to give a lifting effect for those who wear large cup sizes.
Top Bra Brands
- Barely There
- Calvin Klein
- Le Mystere
- Simone Perele
Exercises to Firm Up A Sagging Bosom
Bosoms droop for a number of reasons. For example, certain activities a woman does may put pressure on the breasts by pulling it down. When this happens the ligaments will stretch. Old age is another reason for a sagging bosom.
Chest exercises have become a popular way to strengthen bosom tissues and ligaments. Listed below are a few such exercises which should be done in combination with each other for maximum results.
Make sure to wear a bra which gives a good comfortable fit when doing these chest workouts.
Bench press - Do 2 sets of 12 repetitions.
Push-ups - 2 sets of 15 repetitions.
Dumbbell Flyes - 2 sets of 15 repetitions.