TBD Presents The Bra-Buying Guide For Plus-Sized Women
Plus-sized women have a pretty tough time while shopping. Right from apparel to jewellery pieces, they need to think thrice before parting with the bucks. But another area of worry for well-endowed women is lingerie-shopping!
Finding the perfect BFF to your boobies can be tough when you're way too blessed in case of breasts. Some pieces may be too tight while others may be a tad too loose. And finally when you discover the one that fits correctly, you end up disliking its design! Poor soul :(
No worries, ladies. The Brunette Diaries is here to rescue you. Bookmark this page because we have the ultimate bra guide for all the plus-sized women. Start taking notes as we list down the bras that you should ideally opt for.
Full Cup Bras
These beauties flatter a plus-sized woman beautifully. As the name suggest, their full cups cover your well-developed assets brilliantly. Opt for one with seams as they shape the bustline. Low-cut seams shape your boobs in a teardrop form while higher ones give it a round-natural shape.
Like the name suggests, the cup of a moulded bra is stiff and provides excellent support. If you're someone who hates the way your breasts sag, you know what to ask for at your next lingerie shopping session.
When opting for low-cut sexy outfits, go for a plunge bra that provides a generous look at your cleavage. However, ensure that the piece has broad straps and a thick band since plunge bras can look awful at times.
When you need a bra that can be customized according to your OOTD, swear by a multi-way piece since the strap can be rearranged or done away with. But before you step out, be very sure that it fits snugly since all the pressure will be directed towards the back band.
Though women complain about the wire getting pokey after some time, underwire bras can be pretty effective in supporting your bust if you care for them properly.
These lingerie pieces are perfect when you're wearing a bodycon outfit and don't want to make your heavy boobs a bit too obvious. They are designed in such a way that an illusion of smaller breasts is created. Cheat code? ;)
Ladies, do your precious breasts a favour by opting for these bra styles and relieving a little of their pressure.
Image source: www.ebay.co.uk/