Marie Jo Avero Multi Positional

The cup of the bra is where all the action is. A poorly fitting cup will create the wrong shape, strain or squeeze the breast tissue and, most importantly, not work with the band to support the breasts.

Two obvious indicators of a cup that is too big or too small are:

Cup to large, image courtesy of Fig Leaves

Puckering or excess fabric in the cup means the cup is too big

Bra cup too small, image courtesy of Fig Leaves

Bulging or squeezing indicates a cup that is too small

If either of these behaviors are noted in your bra, check your size by visiting your local fitting specialists, like Bits of Lace in downtown Charleston, SC. Or, give us a call at 1-800-842-3990 and we can help you find your size over the phone.

Lace and Love,

Tara Lynn