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Straps should be comfortable and stay in place.
Cups should be smooth and create a smooth look under clothing, with the edges flat against your body.
Proper fitting cups provide uplift and a smooth look under clothing.
The center front between the cups adds definition and support, and should fit flat against your skin.
Let's keep 'em separated. If the center front is lifting off your skin, the cups are too small.
The underwire adds support to the cups and should encircle the outside of your breast from under the arm to the front of your chest. The underwire should lie flat against your skin.
Let's leave the poking to Facebook. If your underwire is uncomfortable, pinches, or rests on your breast, the cups are too small.
The band provides the primary support. It should be level all the way around your body and positioned just below your shoulder blades. You should be able to run a finger under the band, and it should be snug, but comfortable when you are seated.
We all need support, don’t we? If the band is riding up the back or feels super loose, it is too big. If the band is tight when standing or sitting, it’s too small and not supportive enough.