The struggle is real for big chested women as they have to source for the perfect fittIng bra for their large chest. It’s also a struggle to wear certain clothes a small chested woman would easily wear.
Here are a few tips to help you make life easier
- When you’re putting on your bra, slip the straps over your arms, then lean forward so your breasts fall into the cups, then hook it on. This gives you a way better fit than just strapping it on over them.
- There is all the rave right now about backless bras. I know how big chested women will feel, as the cups don’t come in their sizes and even if it did, it wouldn’t lift the breasts. A solution to wearing backless dress is to sew in a bra into the dress. Yes, just cut the handle of an old bra and sew the cups into your dress!
- Even though larger bras tend to have thicker straps already, they still have an annoying tendency to dig in when you’ve been wearing them for a while. Use silicone strap pads to keep it from digging into your skin.
- If you have big boobs then you probably hate both wearing a bra and also not wearing a bra. Underwire-free bralettes give you lift and support without feeling like you’re wearing scaffolding, perfect for lounging around the house days when nothing fills you with more dread than the word ‘underwire’.
- The most important advice of all. If you’re wearing the wrong bra your back will hurt, your neck will hurt so try and wear a fitted bra.