If YOU have been checking for CRAZY COOL GROOVY!!! on the regular, then you DO know the BRALESS THURSDAY DRILL.
At any time within the past 24 hours, have YOU taken time for yourself to TAKE OFF YOUR BRA?
Are YOU still wearing your bra 24/7/365?
When in the comfort and privacy of your own home, are YOU able to TAKE OFF YOUR BRA?
When YOU go to sleep, are you able to TAKE OFF YOUR BRA?
Do YOU have a full-length mirror at home?
When in the comfort an privacy pf your own home, are YOU able to fully disrobe, and; give your body a complete Head-to-Toe Examination?
If YOU are at least 35 years of age, have you had/scheduled your annual MAMMOGRAM???
If YOU are at least 25 years of age, do you practice monthly BREAST SELF-EXAMINATION?
If YOU are at least 20 years of age, do you practice BREAST MASSAGE?
Are YOU aware of a Family Medical History of BREAST CANCER, or; ANY other types of CANCER?
Have you scheduled an appointment with your physician to discuss your FAMILY MEDICAL HISTORY?
Are YOU aware that when wearing a bra, wearing a properly-fitted bra can be a crucial ingredient to your overall GOOD BREAST HEALTH?
Have YOU ever attended a PROFESSIONAL BRA FITTING?
If your answers for the last two questions was NO, and, you are in the comfort and privacy of your own home, then; NOW would probably be a good time for YOU to TAKE OFF YOUR BRA.
PARFAIT LINGERIE / says;
WHAT Is A BRA FITTING?
TOP 3 REASONS Why YOU Should GET A PROFESSIONAL BRA FITTING:
1. PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE
If a bra isn't available in your size or isn't sitting just right, you can try a "sister size." Cup sizes do make up a certain amount of the length of the bra band, so if you're a 34 B you might be able to get away with a 32 C or a 36 A. By going up in the cup and down in the band, or vice versa, you may be able to get a comparable fit.
UNDERSTANDING A GOOD FIT:
The middle of the bra, where the underwire meets, should be flush against your sternum. You want to make sure to adjust the shoulder straps so that you can snugly fit two fingers between your shoulder and the strap. The back band should be parallel to the ground and graze the bottom of your shoulder blades, while also being able to fit two fingers underneath. You want to avoid a band that only really fits on the tightest clasp, as well — when it starts to stretch out, it's gonna be way too loose. Finally, make sure those tatas are secure! They shouldn't be spilling over or under the cups and there should be no gaping at the top of the bra.
CUP SIZE and BREAST SIZE are DIFFERENT:
Just because you're a 32 C, it doesn't mean that every bra that comes in a 32 C is going to be right for your 32 C chest. Even though your measurements put you at that size, the fit is just as important.
Understand your breast shape and shop for bra styles accordingly.
TRY ON The BRA As If YOU Are ACTUALLY GOING To WEAR The BRA:
You can't figure out how something is going to fit you day-to-day when you're just standing there straight. Stand, jump, and bend over to see how the bra is going to do in real life situations.
KNOW What YOU WANT From YOUR BRA:
Know what you want out of a bra and don't let someone talk you out of what's going to make you happy.
IN FORM says;
EXPECT To BE TREATED With RESPECT:
It's only natural to be a bit uncomfortable with the prospect of undressing in front of a stranger.It is a common reason many women never obtain a professional fitting. But keep in mind that fit specialists help young ladies and women all the time. Not unlike the doctor-patient relationship, it's just business. Fitters are present to help solve your problems. Of course, every bra customer has her own comfort level when it comes to matters of modesty. Some are completely at ease with the thought of being measured in their skivvies; others, especially tweens and teens, are often more modest If you are uncomfortable being measured in your bra, you can request to be measured over your shirt. While not quite as accurate, it is still better than not being measured at all. Remember – never be shy about communicating your thoughts to the fitter.
The LINGERIE ADDICT speaks on WHEN GOING For a BRA FITTING At a MALL:
BE BODY POSITIVE:
Do NOT blame yourself if the bra frames in a store, especially a one-brand store, do not work well for you. Blame the bra frame. I will attempt to suggest a silhouette that will work best for you, suggestions of what to look for in your next bra, and brands if applicable.
BRA FITTINGS At a MALL STORE Are NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE To Be ON-To-ONE:
Have patience and block out time in your schedule so the Bra Fitter can spend more time with you. She has to check for additional sizes in the back, open more fitting rooms, clean out the fitting rooms and rehang and refold merchandise in addition to straightening the store merchandise in the room closest to the fitting rooms. So please do not expect her to be glued to your fitting room door. She will strive to be back in the fitting room and spend as much time with you as you need, but; if it is a busy day, she may not be able to provide the best experience for you.
YOU Are NOT Just YOUR BRA SIZE;
Your best fit size will vary from brand to brand, and within the brand itself depending on the bra frame. Please keep in mind that both the cup and the band size of your best fit may change from bra to bra. Importantly, keep an open mind about your best fit size. You are not a letter and a number.
YOU May MAVE To TRY ON SEVERAL STYLES And FRAMES, And; YOU May HAVE To GO To MORE Than ONE STORE:
Some customers expect that the first bra they try on will meet all their wildest hopes and expectations, and walk out the door confident that none of the bras in the store will fit them, when all they needed to do was communicate with the fitting room attendant about their needs. You cannot tell your Bra Fitter too much, or show too much for that matter. You had a tumor removed from one breast? You’ve had a mastectomy and use a prosthetic? You have scoliosis? You have to comfortably accommodate your TENS unit for your back pain? You’re nursing or pregnant? It’s difficult for you to reach the middle of your back? Your breasts are sensitive? Whatever the case, it’s her job to help you find a bra frame that fits you best and accommodates your needs. She cannot know your needs unless you tell her.
If YOU Are UNCOMFORTABLE With YOUR Experience... LEAVE:
The experience is all about the fittee, and your Bra Fitter is not doing her job if you are not comfortable standing in front of her wearing your bra. It sends a strong message that she is not doing her best and there is something lacking in their service to you. If you feel comfortable doing so, leave the store manager feedback about your experience, so that they may better serve you< and everyone who comes in after you.
MARIE CLAIRE says;
TWO BREASTS, NOT FOUR:
The front wires should lie flat against your breast bone between your boobs. Your boobs should be completely enclosed in the cups with a smooth line where the fabric at the top of the cup meets the top of your boobs (don’t be greedy ladies; it’s about 2 boobs and not four!)
The wires at the side should also sit flat to your rib and definitely not encroach on the boob itself, as this can be damaging to the tissue (yep, whoops).
PLEASE do not ever attempt to SELF-DIAGNOSE. If you feel that you are having BREAST HEALTH ISSUES, do not hesitate to contact your physician.
HAPPY TAKE OFF YOUR BRA, GO GET A PROPERLY-FITTED BRA, TAKE CARE Of YOUR BREASTS, And TAKE CARE Of YOURSELVES BRALESS THURSDAY!!!
PEACE, LOVE, And BEAUTIFUL, BOUNTIFUL BRALESS THURSDAY BLESSINGS;