Fitting Guide

  

We wear lingerie routinely and it has become an indispensable part of our life. Well-fitted lingerie will bring out the best of you. Likewise, ill-fitting bras cause permanent changes to the body, such as bad posture.

Let's explore solutions to your fit issues and meet your well-fitted ensemble today.

 

 

Tips: If you have narrow or sloped shoulders,
consider getting bras with narrower straps
and avoid Balconette styles.

 

1. STRAPS SLIDING OFF?

Tighten the adjusters before wear, preferably every other month. If slipping persists, chances are you are wearing the wrong fit (or bra!) – the right bra band should form a straight line across your back. We recommend getting measured by a professional.

 

 

 

2. BRA DIGGING IN?

You are not getting the support you should when the weight of your breasts is unevenly distributed. A smaller cup forces and shift your breast to the back, choose a larger cup size to encircle and contain your breast.

 

 

3. BRA BAND CLIMBING UP?

Your breast droops while your body is not getting the support it needs. Over tightening the bra not only did it have any effect but deteriorates the drooping you are experiencing. You should have some allowance between the band and underbust. Put your bra to test by slipping two fingers underneath.

 

 

4. BAGGY CUPS?

Mismatched cup size usually leaves you a gap between the bra and your breast, you might realise your bra straps are loose as well. We recommend to downsize and re-evaluate the bra style for your breast shape.

 

 

5. OVERFLOWING CUP?

Bra cups are too small and engulf your breasts, sizing up your bra cup allows some breathing spaces for your breasts.

 

 

6. STUFFED PANTY?

Your panty rises along with your movement, this simply means that there is insufficient coverage for your buttocks. We recommend sizing up or re-evaluate the choice of panty style.

 

 

7. AVOIDING VPL?

Awkward panty line visible under your favourite outfits? Jeans, Bodycon Dress, or any outfit with no room – you name it and we have the solution.

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We recommend getting fitted every 6-months as your body is constantly changing.