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DO YOU LOVE WEARING AN UNDERWIRE BRA?

Do You Love Wearing an Underwire Bra? Here's How to Nail the Perfect Fit!

1. Check the Central Part of the Bra This bit should snuggle right against your chest, feeling like a second skin but without the drama of digging in or hanging loose. Get it just right, and it’s like a cozy hug for your chest! For more tips, check out our Fit Guide.

2. How's That Wire Sitting? Trace the wire with your finger. It should be your breast's bestie, hugging close but not too tight. If it's chilling on your breast tissue or doing a Houdini act away from your bust, you might need to size up a cup or two. Wire playing it too cool? Size down a cup. It’s all about that Goldilocks fit – just right! Learn more about getting that perfect fit here.

3. Next Up, the Cups If the cups are getting all up in your business (read: digging in) or playing it too loose (wrinkling), it’s time to reassess. You want your girls fully housed, comfy, and creating that smooth, “I’ve got my life together” silhouette. Pro tip: Do the cup check with a non-padded bra for accuracy.

4. The Band Plays the Lead Role Here’s where the real support act happens. Fasten your bra on the middle hook – it’s the sweet spot. If the band's riding up like a thrill-seeker on a rollercoaster, it’s too loose. Go down a size. The perfect band lets you slip two fingers underneath without a wrestling match but doesn’t feel like it’s prepping for takeoff. Remember, a change in band size means a tango with the cup size. (Drop a band? Up a cup! So, a 34C to a 32D, for instance.)

5. Finally, Give Those Straps Some Love They should be like good friends: supportive, but not leaving a mark. If they’re digging trenches in your shoulders or slipping off like they have somewhere better to be, it’s time for an adjustment. Straps balance the load, but the band’s the real MVP of support. 

And there you have it – your ultimate guide to making that underwire bra feel like a dream. Remember, a well-fitted bra can make all the difference. Check out our comprehensive guides at BRABAR for more in-depth advice: our Fit Guide and How to Measure Guide are packed with all the info you need to find your perfect bra size. Happy fitting!

Hey there, fellow bra enthusiasts and history buffs! Strap in (or should I say, clip on?) as we dive into the "bust-ling" history of bras with a pinch of humor and a dash of sass. Oh, and don't worry, I've got some handy links for you: sizing up your perfect fit with our sizing bra chart here and mastering the art of bra chart sizing right over here. Now, let's unravel the tale of these marvelous chest-huggers!

In the bra world, it's not just history; it's 'her-story.' (See what I did there?) Let's time travel back to the 14th century, where women wore "breast bags" while playing sports. Imagine running with two melons strapped to your chest without proper support. Ouch!

Fast forward to the corset era. Ah, the good ol' days of wooden inserts and hourglass figures. The French called it "a pair of bodies" because, apparently, separating the twins was a revolutionary idea back then. The first glimpse of the bra-bra size revolution!

But hold your horses, it wasn't all smooth sailing. Along came the feminists of the era, demanding the right to breathe (literally) and move without feeling like a trussed turkey. So, in 1889, the first bra bra size made its debut, and by 1905, it was selling faster than hotcakes. Vogue even coined the term "brassiere." Talk about a fashion statement!

World War I was a game-changer. Women were asked to ditch their metal-laden corsets and bras for the war effort. Talk about freeing the nipple for freedom!

Enter Mary, a 19-year-old socialite who, in a fit of creativity (and probably frustration), crafted the first backless bra. This bra bar size hero turned her pocket handkerchiefs and some pink ribbon into a sensation. Who knew the key to comfort was just a DIY project away?

As we sashayed into the '20s, the one-size-fits-all trend took over, but it wasn't quite the cup of tea for everyone. Thankfully, the cup system was introduced, and the bra as we know it began to take shape.

The '50s brought Hollywood glam to bras – hello, cone-shaped, spiral-stitched bullet bra! And let's not forget the '60s and '70s, when innovation soared with the invention of the front hook bra and the iconic push-up Bra.

Fast forward to today, where nearly 95% of women in Western countries don a bra. It's not just a garment; it's a billion-dollar symphony of style, comfort, and choice.

And that's where BRABAR waltzes in. We've studied our her-story and decided to rewrite the script. We're all about wire-free comfort, body positivity, and educating the masses about the bra industry. Remember, it's not just about what's on the outside; you shine from within! So, let's continue this conversation – what's your take on the evolution of bras? Do you have a favorite era of bra design?

Join us in this uplifting journey (pun intended) and find your perfect fit with our handy bra chart sizing and sizing bra chart. After all, every great story (or her-story) deserves a comfortable and confident chapter!

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