Should you have a professional bra fitting, yay or ney.
I will only speak from personal experience. For me it did not do a lot of good. A professional bra fitter, (is that what she is called?) is there to tell you the measurement of your torso and your cup size. Arming you, the consumer, with the information is all she does. Then it is up to you to find the bra you like based on comfort, looks and overall feel. This brings you right back to the overall problem many women struggle with:
Does it bring your sides in?
Does it lift and hold?
How about reduce side boob?
Ladies, knowing your size is important, will that solve your overall issue? No mam.
Let’s talk bras. I don’t like the big bulky armor looking ones, I don’t like the flimsy and might as well not be wearing a bra type, I don’t like the padded ones. I don’t like the sports bra, I don’t like…. Okay, do you see a theme? I prefer the simple no frills bra.
While I prefer the no nonsense of a simple bra, I do need a little more than the average bra has to offer. I want and need support, lift and hold and this is how the Bra Bridge fits into my life, it’s a like a trusty friend, or a reliable mate. I can always count on it to do what it needs to do. Nobody needs to know about it, my little secret that covers all my needs.
So ladies, do your self a favor, get a proper bra fitting so you know the correct size you should be wearing, but don’t think that is the end of the story. Our bodies change on a daily basis. Sometimes we gain weight for unknown reasons. We all gain weight in different areas; some women gain weight in their breasts. Alternatively, we might lose a few pounds and for some that’s the first place you lose the weight. Things move and change and rather than keep on buying new bras, stick with the one you feel most comfortable with, and add the simple bra accessory the Bra Bridge to it. Leave it on and take the guess work out of it. We have enough to think about don’t we?
Until next time,
Judith Samson, Bra Bridge founder
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Criminal defense attorney Judith Samson felt it was, well, criminal the way her buxom figure added pounds to her appearance.
"I would catch a glimpse of my chest in a window or mirror on my way to court and I wasn't happy with how wide my breast made me look," according to Samson. To eliminate the issue, she came up with a super simple solution. She began sewing a tiny, non-stretch piece of material between the inner edge of the cups of her bras.
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