How to measure yourself for the perfect bra fit

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34A, 36C, 38D…. no matter your bra size, you may be needing a measurement that’s a little more precise and custom to YOUR body. Nicole Busch, Owner & CEO, Nicole Blair Wear, shows us how when it comes to our bra size, not all numbers or letters are created equal!

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Who Needs a Bra Fitting:
-It’s been more than 6 months since your last fitting
-If you have gained or lost more than 5-10lbs
-Have had a baby within the last year
-Recently stopped nursing
-Your band is riding up (should be parallel)
-Your straps are slipping
-Constantly adjusting or tugging at bra
-Have side/front/back spillage
-Centerfront is not tacking
-Don’t feel supported

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Before (left) sitting a bit uneven, has “double bubble” and did not tack in center front. After (right) she is lifted, supported, fully contained and is highlighting her tiny waist line.

 

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BEFORE (left) is sitting a tad uneven and low. AFTER (right) she is even, lifted and highlighting her waistline and petite frame.

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BEFORE (top) band is too tight, has back spillage, side spillage and even front spillage. AFTER (bottom) *fitted in a sample bra (one for try on not her exact size) you can a better fit, reduced back spillage and more support. We ordered the next size up and more after photos to come.

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BRA ANATOMY:

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MISSION/ABOUT THE COMPANY:

Our mission is so much bigger than bras.

SHOP/BOOK A FITTING:
www.discoverpeach.com/s/nicoleb2

Nicole Busch owner & CEO of Nicole Blair Wear, an image and consulting firm. Specializing in building confidence in women, wardrobe styling and makeovers. Nicole is a bra expert who offers virtual fittings as well as in person fittings. Using a 10 point measuring system compared to the standard market, two; we help find your bra-ha moment.

To learn more, visit www.facebook.com/NicoleBlairWear/?fref=ts&ref=br_tf.