Buying a Teen Bra

There are several names for teen bras. They are called training bras, first bras, a starter bra, bralets and even preteen bras. Girls usually start wanting (or needing) preteen or teen lingerie between the ages of eleven and thirteen. Even if they have barely begun to develop physically, emotionally most young girls feel they have to be wearing one.

If your bra still doesn’t feel right, the best thing to is to try on deferent brands, and vary the size a bit. Make sure the bra strap doesn’t cut into your shoulders, and make sure your breasts don’t hang out of the bottom, or sides of the bra. The best rule is, if it just doesn’t feel right, try another bra.

Getting the right bra for you has two components: the size and the fit. The size has to do with the right length of the bra band the cup size. To find the right measure your rib cage right below the breast. To find the cup size, measure along the peaks of the breasts. Subtract from this number the length of the rib cage measurement. Each inch in difference will represent a cup size.

Actress Pamela Anderson does a pretty decent job in showing off her famous twin assets with just the right fit of bra set, leaving the rest on imagination. Bra sets have always been an excellent seller because women like matching their top and bottom.

The most important thing to remember is comfort; you can use our “Fitting Guide” to help you understand what to watch for when trying on a new bra. Also keep in mind that dark colors will show through light colored clothing,and lacey bras may create bulges in areas that are unwanted.

The average bra is ultimately a support system. It is not meant to hold things from the top like a hanging plant. Instead, it is meant to provide support from the bottom. That being said, it does not mean you have to squeeze yourself to the point of asphyxiation. You should be able to run your finger under the bottom of the bra. If not, then you are wearing a bra that is too tight.

Accentuate your breasts in a positive manner. Avoid tops with ruffles and bows which will draw attention to your chest AND make it look larger. Look for tops with scooped necklines and V necklines. These types of tops draw the eye to the neckline and away from your chest.

The cup size is our next most important factor. Be honest with your cup sizes. If you are bulging out of the cup, you need to go up a size. If there are gaps between the cups and the breast, you need to go down a size. It is that simple. With underwire bras, you can adjust up or down to make sure the wires don’t press into the inside of your breast or arm.

Given this mess, how can we possibly be expected to find the right bra for our body types? In these modern times, the sad answer is trial and error is about the only way short of a professional fitting. With this in mind, here are some do’s and don’ts to getting the best fit.

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