Sexy Rhinestone Strapless Silk Women Bra Tube

Sexy Rhinestone Strapless Silk Women Bra Tube

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Feminine detailing of the rhinestone bra tube makes you feel great and sets a sensual mood Stylish, sexy and unique design of the women bra tube will make you more attractive with this bra tube Perfectly customized for you. This strapless bra tube can improve the shape of breasts and reduce or enlarge the perceived breast size How to select the right bra: First of all, take measurements. Measurements should be used as a guide, not gospel, and they're an important starting point. While wearing a good, supportive bra, measure just below your bustline. If the result is an even number, add 4 to get your bra band size (so, measure 34", your band size is 38). If the result is an odd number, add 3. Now measure around the fullest part of your bust, and subtract your band size from that number (if you measure 40", subtract 38 for a result of 2). That difference corresponds to cup size, which is 1" per letter. So, a 1" difference is an A cup, 2" is a B cup, etc. In our example, the cup size is B (2" difference), so the bra size is 38B Do you see from the first step how the cup size is related to the band size? Let's say you lose weight everywhere but your bust stays the same size. So now, if you measure under your bust, you measure 32" and your new band size is (add 4) 36. Your breasts stayed the same size. Are you a 36B? Absolutely not! Your breasts are now relatively larger to your torso, so your bust still measures 40", but when you subtract your new band size 36, the result is 4", so now you'd need a D cup. Your new size is 36D Knowing all that, next time you shop for bras, pick up 2 different D-cup bras and compare them. Pick up a 36D and a 40D. Have you already realized that the cups will be different sizes? The 40D cup will be larger because it is D relative to size 40. That same actual cup size on the 36 bra would be DDD. Bottom line? As the band size goes down, the same size cup goes up The next key thing you have to know when selecting a bra is that bras are styled differently to provide different solutions for different bodies. There are "full figure" bras as well as "average figure" bras. A full figure style will have cups of roughly the same depth as another bra, but it will provide more coverage higher on the bust and it may have additional support features such as an underwire or slings. An average figure style may have more spacing between the cups, or the straps may be set wider apart because they don't have to provide as much support The key things to remember when selecting a bra are that a cup size is not a cup size is not a cup size, and the styling of a bra has as much to do with the support and the fit as the size. Keep these pointers in mind the next time you shop for a bra, and I'm certain you'll get a better fitting bra than you ever did before How to Measure Bra Size: Ring your bra size. With your bra on run a tape measure around your body underneath your breasts. This is commonly called your "band" measurement. Make sure the tape measure is horizontal and somewhat snug Round to the nearest even number measured. For example, if your band size measured 35 inches, your band size should be 36. If you measured 31.4, you band size should be 32 Next measure your bust size. For this you want to measure loosely around the fullest part of your bust. If you pull to tight it will give you an inaccurate measurement. If you are wearing a poorly fitting bra or no bra at all, you want to bend forward so that your back is parallel to the floor. Next, measure around your chest and over your nipples. This number should be rounded to the nearest whole number Now you're ready to calculate your cup size. For this you need to subtract the band size from your bust measurement 0 to 1.5 inches = A, 1.5 to 2.5 = B, 2.5 to 3.5 = C, 3.5 to 4.5 = D, 4.5 to 5.5 = DD/E, 5.5 to 6.5 = F, 6.5 to 7.5 = G, 7.5 to 8.5= H,8.5 to 9.5 = I, 9.5 to 10.5 = J, 10.5 to 11.5 = K Before leaving the store try on the bra and make sure its comfortable Check the band size. You should be able to run your fingers around the insides of the band Check the cup size. You should fill out the cup size but not show bulging Package Included: * 1 x Bra Tube