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discover your ideal bra

First things first: Start by finding the right style for just the right support.

  • Wirefree Get light-as-air support without the bother of a wire.shop wirefree

  • Plunge Perfect for low, plunging necklines and the extra cleavage effect.shop plunge

  • Demi With average coverage, the natural support does wonders for many figures.shop demi

  • Push-up More or less cleavage? Your choice with all levels of lift.shop push-up

  • Balconette More coverage than a demi with wider set straps. Works great for open necklines.shop balconette

  • Full Coverage Maximum support for larger cup sizes. All over coverage ensures a smooth look.shop full coverage

bra fit tips

  • straps

    are your shoulder straps:

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      Tighten your straps, first. Still loose? A new bra might be your best bet.

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      Try loosening your straps. Still digs? You may need to go down a band size.

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      90% of support should come from the band. 10% from your straps. Go down a band size.

  • underwire

    Is your underwire:

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      That’s perfect.

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      Go up a cup size.

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      Try a wire-free style to avoid any discomfort. shop wire-free bras

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      Try a wire-free style to avoid any discomfort. shop wire-free bras

  • cups

    How do your cups fit?

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      Go down a cup size or try a push-up bra in your size. shop push up bras

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      Go up a cup size.

  • band

    Is your bra band:

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      Go down a band size.

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      That’s perfect.

  • hooks

    Fill in the blank: Start wearing your braat the hook.

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      Not quite. With a new bra, always start with the loosest hook.

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      Exactly. As the bra stretches, then move to the second or third hooks.

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      90% of support should come from the band. 10% from your straps. Go down a band size.