Bra mistakes could be quite complicated, especially when you don’t know what is right and wrong. For this reason, I decided to seek the advice of lingerie experts from many articles on the internet to come up with this article. From sizes to storage, I have managed to come up with a number of bra mistakes that ladies make every day. Some of the mistakes are extensive that they might result in injuries to the breasts or disease-related infections. Here are the common mistakes that you must avoid at all costs:
1. Wearing Low-quality Bra mistakes:
Ladies must learn that cheap is expensive. The fact that you prefer buying cheap bras means that the quality and the material might actually be of low quality. Honestly speaking, there is a big difference between a $15 bra and a $50 bra. Everything is completely different! A good quality bra will provide you with all-day support, give you a nice appearance, and above all, comfort.
2. Wrong bra measurements or taking long between measuring intervals:
When was the last time you changed your bra sizes? When was the last time you took new measurements because your breast is growing and increasing in size each day? Experts have concluded, and I agree, you need new bras every time your body weight or height changes. They recommend that once in six months, you should conduct a fitting exercise to get your precise size.
3. The mistake of same bra every day:
Some ladies are not hygienic enough! How do you recycle a bra day in and day out? This mistake must stop. Experts advise that bras must be rotated and you should avoid wearing one for more than a day.
4. Problematic bra band:
Most ladies out there are actually experiencing this problem only because they are not aware if it is actually a problem. Your bra’s band should sit level and straight all the way around your body. If the bra band is loose, it will, with time, cause your breasts to sag.
5. Poor Bra storage:
A little storage of how to store your bras won’t hurt, right? After washing and drying your bras, make sure that you stack them in a row in such a way that the cups fit into each other in a hanger or a drawer. Avoid folding bras in half with one cup inside the other, which could alter their shape.
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