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Bra shopping is one of those dreaded things for me. I always had the hardest time finding a bra that fit me just right. I am pretty big busted and most bras just don’t work for my body shape. So I searched and I searched and I found some that sort of worked. “Good enough” I’d say and go on with my day. But I was never really satisfied. Until I found these Vanity Fair Bras. I can not believe how perfectly these bras are made for my body. They make a variety of bras also, not just for big busted women, so I know that every woman will be able to find a bra that is perfect for them. I have a few tips for your when you are choosing the right bra for you. I feel like I’m an expert at this now because of how many hours I spent searching for the right bra. I’ll pass on some of that knowledge to you now. You can thank me later 😉
How to find the right bra for YOU:
Get fitted. Find someone in the store that can measure you and find your true size. Most of the time women find out that they have been wearing bras that are too small for them. If there is not someone at the store you choose to shop at, measure yourself. Get out a measuring tape and follow these directions from JCPenney.
Decide what you need in a bra. Everyone has their own sense of style. I’m not as concerned about what the bra looks like without my shirt on I really want it to look like I don’t have a bra on. I don’t want weird lace lines and I definitely don’t want weird lines on my back and sides because a bra doesn’t fit right. I want a bra that has slight padding so you don’t see any pokey’s, ha ha! So decide what you want your bra to do and what you want it to look like when you have a shirt on.
Try it on with a shirt. Most people choose a bra without putting their shirt back on too see what it looks like with a shirt. Look at it at all angles and see what it makes your bosoms look like. Do they look perky and lifted or sad and droopy?
Choose a color. Did you know that skin color is the most un-noticeable color when it comes to wearing a white shirt? Most people think you should wear a white bra with a white shirt, but that’s not true. Skin color all the way. Then pick a few other fun colors!
Buy more than one. When you find a bra that you love, you better buy more than one. You need to be able to still look good when you are doing the laundry, right?
Let me tell you why I love Vanity Fair Bras. Vanity Fair creates modern and practical styles that are inspired by customers’ feedback on their products. Vanity Fair offers products that continually change with the times so they can remain on-trend but still functional. Vanity Fair offers a variety of sizes so everyone can find the perfect fit. They offer band sizes 34-44 and cup sizes B-DDD. One of the best things about Vanity Fair products is that you can find them at a store near you. Macy’s, Kohl’s, JCPenney and Sears. Vanity Fair bras are so affordable. They typically retail around $40 and panties typically retail around $9 for one pair.
I really love bras that fully cover me so I don’t have a weird shelf thing going on. I needed a bra that lifted and supported without digging grooves into my shoulders.
The Full Figure Beauty Back Smoother does away with the bad line that most bras create around the back and sides of your body. How cool is that?
I also love that they both have an under-wire that really helps lift. The cups are lightly padded and they make the neckline look smooth under your favorite T-shirts and silky blouses.
I’ve been wearing these bras for a month now and I am in love with them. I feel confident while wearing them and I know that they are offering the support my shoulders and back need. I love the way they make my bust look without making me look like I have a uni-boob. You know what I mean!
I’d suggest heading over to one of their retailers (JCPenney, Kohl’s, Macy’s or Sears) and trying them on for yourself.