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15 Comments on "Different Breast Shapes and Their Perfect Bras!"


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silvana
1 year 2 months ago
Hi, i am 25 yrs old.i am not married and my size is 36 c .i am worried and confused dont know which size of bra i am supposed to wear. Can you pls tell me how to measure bra size?what type of bra should i wear, which is comfortable, prevents sagging and gives shape ?eagerly waiting for your reply :)
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Lisa
2 years 1 month ago
Hi Ma'am, I have difficulty in finding out my breast shape and struggling to go for which type of bra. My size is 32B and it fits well with semi padded or padded but if i go for pad less then my breasts will not get filled up fullest to the cup size. I have small breasts and I am unhappy about it. I actually have have flat neckline and my breasts starts little below and round at the bottom as compared to others (as i think) than the top. Also I dont have cleavage except a no seam line due to which it looks flat with deep neckline dresses and gets 1 finger gap in between the bra i wear. I have tried push up bra which lifts my breasts up but again it doesn't give cleavage . Only if its pushed from sideways to middle and then lifted up , i can see cleavage and my breasts will show fuller up and looks perfect. So which kind off bra should i opt for, can you please help me out ?
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Tara
2 years 1 month ago
Hi Lisa, I'm glad that you have given such detailed description of your breast shape, it makes it much easier to help you! As you said, you need a bra which pushes you from sideways and also from the bottom to give cleavage, so you need to carefully select your bra to ensure the type of padding is sufficient for your needs. I would suggest the Penny Wild Extreme push up which has extreme padding on the sides and bottom. The Penny Lace Pushup Bra also gives amazing cleavage and a really firm hold to your breasts. If you already have bras that push upwards but not together, you can buy these silicon inserts by Enamor which will push your breasts together if you put them at the sides of your bra. Tara
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Pretha
2 years 2 months ago
I am wearing a Enamor Underwire Ultimate Support Bra 36DD. But I am not satisfied with this as I the breasts are not completely covered. I think I will need a higher size but the ones available in higher sizes are costly. Is there any option for me?
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Tara
2 years 2 months ago
Hi Pretha, Thank you for sharing your concerns, I think you will find that even though the bigger bras are more expensive, they are a worthy investment as your breasts will be well supported. If you take care of your lingerie by hand washing it and not wearing it every day then you will find it lasts much longer than you expect. If your back size is snug to your body, then you can try a 36E, but if your back is a little loose, please try a 34F. The Ultimo miracle bra in your sizes is on sale at the moment, so please look here and snap it up for a discounted price! - Ultimo bra Tara
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Jodie
2 years 2 months ago
Hello, my problem is that I have wide round ish but flat boobs, when I get measured in a shop they say I should be a 34b, but when I try on this size I have armpit boob (what me and the husband call it). I am not fat I am slim size 10, 5ft 10. Could this be the reason for my oddly shaped breasts. I have been doing trial an error with bras an found a 32dd fits perfect, no under arm boob. What type of bra would be best for my dilemma? Thank you!
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Tara
2 years 2 months ago
Hi Jodi, If you have round, flat boobs, it isn’t wise to wear balconette styles as it is unlikely to give you a flattering shape due to the looser tissue in your breasts. If you wear a bra that has boning in the sides before the cups, then this will definitely get rid of the ‘armpit boob’ as you call it, but unfortunately we don’t stock any in 32DD at the moment. What I can suggest is a brand called Curvy Kate who are especially made for women with a fuller bust, and these bras will be ideal to shape and support your breasts and ensure they stay in the right place. The Perfect Support Underwire Bra is a great wardrobe staple and the Lift and Shape Bra is a beautiful blue lace on a pink base to add a touch of glamour. Also look for bras that have more coverage on the armpits rather than lower cut styles, so that your breasts are given more support from the sides. Please let me know if you have any questions about sizing! Tara
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synaa
2 years 2 months ago
hye madam...i have a separated breast...and i think it small too... I noticed that my right is more small than the left...well, I'm 21....I really jelaous when I saw my friend's breast... I wish I have a beautiful pointed and round boobs...can I shape my breast using bras? would u give me a suggestion?
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Tara
2 years 2 months ago
Hi Synaa, Take a look at our article on 'What to do if you have one breast bigger than the other' as it gives tips on coping with unequal breasts. Everyone has one breast bigger than the other (even your friend with beautiful boobs!). For you padded bras would be ideal as they shape the breast and you can remove or enhance the padding in order to equalize your size. Please check this link to see suitable bras and you can choose a bra from this collection - http://www.zivame.com/buy-bra-online/padded-bra.html. Tara x