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If you think four boobs are better than two….you’re wrong! “Quad boob” is a term I use for the bump that spills out of your bra, whether it’s from the top or the side. This embarrassing and tragic effect can even be seen from under your shirts.
If It Doesn’t Fit.. Don’t Wear It!
If your breasts are spilling out of your bra, your cup is too small. The thing is that not everyone fits into the highly marketed B, C and D cups that can be found at a chain store. Women often come to my store wearing a cup size that is too small because they didn’t know there were bigger sizes. But there are! There are great bras available up to an N cup so don’t worry so much about the letter on the tag but the way it fits you.
Finding Your Real Cup Size
A correct fitting bra will have a bra band that fits snuggly and lies straight across the back. If your bra band fits correctly but you’re still experiencing quad boob, go up in the cup size. For instance, if you’re wearing a 36C and have the boob bulge, you’ll want to buy the same bra in size 36D.
Still Seeing Double?
If your band size is not fitting properly and you’re not sure what you should do, I recommend starting over. First, re-measure yourself using the direction in our bra fitting room. Finding the best fitting bra takes trial and error but once you find your size, you’ll be glad you tried! And don’t worry – if you’re having trouble fitting yourself, you can ask Linda for help!
write by Alva