These breast shape is firm and generally can wear almost any kind of bra style easily.
Most styles will work.
These breasts are soft and tend to sit lower down. This body type benefits from a bra with more lifting and shaping power, like a full coverage or push up style. It’s worth noting that many bras that suit this body type already have a bit of a push up design built in.
This breast shape is generally small and firm and don’t require as much support. This means you can wear fun bralettes and plunge bras if you like that look or a fuller coverage bra if you want something simpler.
If you feel like a lot of your breast tissue is under your arms then you are probably wide set. Plunge bras, full coverage bras and push up bras can all help with this issue. Make sure you’re properly swooping and scooping into your bra every time you put it on as well to shift your tissue back towards the center of your body.
This is a common concern in lingerie store fitting rooms! Many women have asymmetrical breasts and it is a surprisingly common breast shape. If the difference between each side is enough to bother you then you can add an insert on your smaller side. Plunge, full coverage and push up bras all work well with this shape.
The general rule is to fit to the larger breast.
Bras with inserts work well.
There are a lot of great full figure speciality brands creating bras just for this breast shape. This shape is normally round but needs more side support with a wider back band. Almost any style works as long as these design standards are met, which means you’ll have lots of choices when it comes to bras. Look for bras with “U-back” in the description if you are unsure.
This brief guide should help those of you searching for some information on your breasts and taking control of your boob knowledge.
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