Then you could be heading for back pain, neck pain, and permanent
breast sag. You need the back of the bra to fit properly to ensure the
best uplift & support.
Have you heard that the weight of a smaller D
cup (eg: size 10D) is around 6 kilos, and a D cup on a larger frame
could weight around 10 kilos? That places a lot of pressure on back
and neck, and you need a great bra to take the weight! Sorry, this sounds grim, but it is true.
- If you are constantly adjusting your back straps to try to find a
comfortable and supportive position, you are either in the wrong bra,
or a bra that is worn out- or both.
- The back of the bra is an anchor point and therefore critical to lift
and support, and comfort.
“Do I constantly pull at and reposition my shoulder straps”?
There are a number of reasons this might happen. Perhaps your bra is the wrong
shape for you, and the strap position doesn’t suit your shape, or the shoulder straps
aren’t properly adjusted.
Either way, you aren’t experiencing the best support and
certainly aren’t getting maximum comfort.
Think about the bra you’re wearing now: are your shoulders hunched, because if you
relax them, your bra strap will slip off? Is the current position of your bra straps
comfortable or do you constantly re-adjust their position?
Every woman is different and every woman is the same
This might surprise you: a majority of clients, on their first visit for a bra fitting will announce:
“I don’t think they make bras for me, I am never comfortable in my bras, and I have tried so many!”
Here’s the good news:
Rarely does a new customer walk out of our store, having had her first proper fitting at Lin & Barrett, without feeling like a new woman.
We all want the same outcome from our bra fitting: it’s all about form and function. However, we all have a different definition of our need, and our needs are driven by our lifestyle, our wardrobe, and our aesthetic preferences.
VISIT US FOR A PERFECT COMFORT FIT
Lin & Barrett have experienced bra fitters in every store, every day.
You don’t have to make an appointment, but if you’d prefer to, let us know.