When shopping for bras, it can be difficult to find bras for large breasts. These bras are available, but are often only available in specialty shops and fairly costly. Even though it is often easier to find large bras via internet shopping sites, they are not the best choice since sizing is not available and you can’t try the bras on for fit.
Women with large breasts definitely need a bra that will give extra support. Back pain, shoulder pain and neck pain are imminent without adequate support of the breasts. It is not uncommon to suffer breast pain when proper support is not provided. Some women find it necessary to also wear a bra for support while sleeping.
The first important thing in buying a bra for large breasts is to get measured properly to be able to purchase the correct size. Measure your band size with the tape measure under the breast and with your arms at your side. To get the cup size, measure around the fullest part of your breast. Subtract this measurement from the band measurement. The difference in inches equals your cup size. Every inch equals one cup size. You should be measured every time you buy a new bra since your size may have changed.
Comfort is of utmost importance in wearing a bra. A bra does not have to be ugly in order to fit large breasts. Some of these bras have lace on the cups which make them look sexier. Make sure that the straps are wide enough so they do not dig into your shoulder. The cup has to be large enough to cover the breast and not squish or allow the breast to spill over it. Be sure that your sides are not overflowing either. The band should be level and not riding up. Yes, that means there will be more hooks than usual. It is the band that should be doing the support work rather than the straps. If you are considering a push-up bra make sure it provides support without just forcing your breasts out of the top. A push-up bra is a good choice if your breasts tend to spread out or flop to the side as it corrals them to where they belong.
Check out the condition of your current bra. If it is stretched out, starting to fade or yellow or getting thin in places then you must consider retiring it and buying a new bra. Don’t get so attached that you can’t part with it. Bras will typically last for six months to a year maximum.
The correct bra for large breasts will improve your self-confidence. Not only will the proper bra make the appearance of your breasts seem smaller, but you will also feel and look good in your outfits. Having proper support makes you look younger and more perky. Breasts naturally sag due to gravity and excess breast tissue.
No matter what shape or size you are there should be a bra for large breasts to suit your figure. It is possible to be large busted and still wear attractive lingerie.