CHECKPOINTS FOR A PERFECT FIT

 

Correct   CORRECT FIT
This illustration shows the proper fit of an underwire bra. The dotted line shows where the breast ends – sufficiently away from the underwire to avoid causing pressure on any breast tissue. 
Incorrect   INCORRECT FIT
This illustration shows an ill-fitting bra – the cup is too small so the bra does not fit snugly against the rib cage, resulting in inadequate support. This may also cause the bra to ride up uncomfortably in the back while it droops in front.
Correct     CORRECT FIT
This illustration shows the back of a good fitting bra. Note that it is level or parallel to the floor; not hitched up or riding up the shoulder blades. It also lies snugly against the back.
Incorrect     INCORRECT FIT
The bra should be snug around the bottom band. If not, as shown in the illustration, the back may “ride up”, causing the breasts to droop in the front. If the bra seems to fit properly, but is still riding up in the back, first try a larger cup size before going to a larger band size.