Boobs, all are created equal. Yet- they come in different sizes, shapes, lengths, even unsymmetrical forms. Some big, some small. They nourish our babies, and give men and women something nice to look at. With all these diversities, there comes the question “What bra is best for my boobs?”
I personally have issues with my breasts. I have had fluctuating weight over the years, leaving my boobies to have quite the stretch marks. Countless thoughts going through my brain of how I could change them, when they did no wrong to me. Constantly accommodating themselves to my body. Lucky for us ladies, there are charts made, on what bra best compliments your breast size and shape, and I’ll explain a few and see what bra fits your shape best!
“What bra is best for my boobs if I am an easy-west gal?” If your breasts point in opposite directions, leaving a bit of space in between, this is your shape! In this case, a good old T-Shirt bra should do the trick. For a bit of variety, a plunge bra could do wonders as well. These bra forms are molded to hold your ladies together and even create a little cleavage by supporting them and giving them a tiny push-up. Here are even some tips, on what bra is best for under a plain white t-shirt.
Round n Round
With this shape, consider yourself blessed in the world of boobs. Round breasts generally don’t need a specific bra shape, and allows for more flexibility in choosing a specific bras they have their own natural support.
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Believe it or not, this is one of the most common breast shapes to have! “Breast asymmetry is defined as a difference of form, position or volume of the breast, and it affects more than half of all women” says breast expert Arpana M Naik. More than half of all women have asymmetrical breasts, and the bra that I would recommend in this case is a bralette or convertable. Using bras with cups would further draw attention to the asymmetry as they have a set form, where as bralettes or convertables work with/ don’t force your shape!
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With slender busts, the nipples are positioned slightly lower and the breasts are wider at the top, getting narrower towards the bottom. There are a wide range of people who could fit into this catergory, and due to a smaller cup size, the best fit would be a push-up bra, a balconette bra, or a bralette. Anything with support, so that you have a slight lift. For those with less of a volume, this is the area for you as well. Bralettes are generally thinner, smaller and can provide the perfect amount of padding for small-breasted women.
Boobs are always changing, so it’s hard to think categorically about yourself in cases as such. “Your breast tissue changes according to your menstrual cycle. For instance, you may find that your breasts feel fuller and are more sensitive when you’re ovulating; and, in fact, they actually do get bigger because of water retention and additional blood flow.” With this in mind, remember that despite fitting into a specific category, people will have at least one detail making them unique because, at the end of the day, no bodies are the same. Why should they be? In my opinion, that’s BOOOORRIIINNNGGG!! Embrace your boobs! Whether they help fill your dress and give you a sexy figure, or feed your baby to help it grow, they deserve a round of applause for “hanging in there”.