Sure we can all go to expensive lingerie stores to find a bra over $50 because we think it is the best quality. However, all you truly need are a few pointers that will help you decide which inexpensive brands will give you the proper quality and support you actually need. With help from womansday.com’s “10 Bra-Shopping Rules to Follow,” we have tips that will help you save on bras.
1. “Know your measurements.” This is very important if you are looking to buy a bra that costs less than the Victoria Secret brand. You have to make sure you know what bra size will give you the perfect fit. As womansday.com states, “The first thing a woman should do before buying a bra is get fitted, which entails getting measured directly under the bust and across the fullest part of the bust.” By knowing your correct bra size, you can find a proper fit even when your body changes, because “as your body weight changes, your bra size will too.”
2. The girls “should be front and center.” Once you have your correct measurements, you need to make sure your bra fits so that it “correctly positions your breasts.” Always try on your bras before you buy them and when you do try them on, make sure your cups are perky. The proper support will always raises your breasts higher, but you have to make sure they are not too far apart
3. “The bra should fit firmly around your frame.” Although loose bras can feel comfortable, “bras should always have a snug fit.” Since “90 percent of [a bras] stability” depends on the secureness of it to your body, it is important to make sure it does not shift as you move. Furthermore, “If your bra is too loose, it will shift up the back and cause every component that’s supposed to provide support to be unstable.” You do not want your breast popping out at the wrong moments of your day.
4. Pay attention to the material If a bra is made of spandex, it may stretch out faster than cotton bras that will expand with normal wear. If you buy an inexpensive bra, the good news is that you did not lose much money; however, you do not want to plan for failure. Feel the bra you are about to purchase to ensure that the fabric agrees with your skin. If it is rough or hard, you may want to think twice before purchasing it.
5. “Opt for greater quantity—and quality—of bras.” If you happen to find an inexpensive bra that fits perfectly and the material agrees with your body, then buy more than one! Because “The more bras you have, and the better quality they are, the less often you’ll have to replace them,” allowing you to own a bra for every day of the week. You can have more bras at a great price with the same quality as the expensive brands. All you have to do is take your time in the lingerie department.
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