This post is for those ladies who find themselves continuously tucking the breast tissue spilling under their armpit back in to the cup of their bra. An unsightly, uncomfortable and downright unfortunate position to be in.
I should make a note that I am not talking about the Aberrant breast tissue that many women deal with post pregnancy, which is not caused by an ill-fitting bra. Aberrant breast tissue is breast tissue that grows separate to the breast, often around the underarm, that is sometimes (but not always) accompanied by an accessory nipple. This is a condition that requires medical advice.
For those that have ‘self-imposed’ breast tissue around their underarm when wearing a bra you’ll be pleased to know there is a simple answer to your dilemma. Change your cup size. Or more accurately, increase your cup size. You simply do not have enough volume in your cup to accommodate your breast.
This often happens innocently to women with a ‘wide set’ breast. That is, when your breast tissue naturally starts around the base of your underarm (again, not to be confused with the aberrant tissue).
If you’re choosing a bra with an underwire ensure that the underwire sits against the rib cage as opposed to laying over the breast. You can check this by pressing firmly on the underwire, if the underwire moves inward with pressure you are likely to be compressing breast tissue. If it doesn’t, it’s probably sitting against your rib cage, where it should be. By getting this right, you can be confident that your entire mass of breast tissue is being held in the cup.
Another way to avoid this unsightly disaster is to avoid an underwire bra all together. This is not necessarily going to fix the problem until your bra size is also corrected, but it could improve your comfort and decrease the chance of spillage.
On a finishing note, when it comes to enhancing ones shape we look to achieve two things… Lift the breast up, and position it forward. This can only be achieved when you are wearing the right size bra, so as enhancing shape is most women’s common goal, it make sense to focus on getting the size right so you give yourself the best chance at this. Don’t stress about what size is written on the tag… focus on the fit, feel and shape.
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