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The bra is fitting when... The underband is firm, but not uncomfortable.
Troubleshooting If the underband is riding up, the back size is too big.
The bra is fitting when... The breasts are totally encased within the wire, which should sit flat against the body. (The wire should not sit on the breast tissue).
Troubleshooting If the underband is on the loosest setting and is uncomfortably tight, then the back size is too small.
The bra is fitting when... There is no bulging at the underarm or the neck edge. The straps are comfortable..
Troubleshooting If the straps are digging into the shoulders, they are supporting too much of the weight of the breasts and so the underband may not be giving enough support. A smaller back size may be needed.
The bra is fitting when... The arms are lifted and the bra stays in place.
Troubleshooting If the cups lift away from the chest when the arms are lifted, then either a smaller back size and/or a larger cup size is needed.
The bra is fitting when... There is no wrinkling on the cups.
Troubleshooting If the cups are wrinkling and there is space at the top and the sides of the cup, a smaller cup size is needed.
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