Gore doesn't touch sternum
Can you see down through your bra?
Does the center (gore) lie FLAT against your chest?
Wires too low
The gore should be up where my finger is.
Bra ladies like to call this FAT. It's really SIDE boob and SHOULD be in your bra!
Are you bubling out anywhere?
Cup doesn't go around boob
Try your bra on without clasping the back. Can you put your cup ALL the way around your boob?
Riding Up in the Back
When your band rides up, your boobs fall down. Your bra is like a teeter totter with a big kid on one side and nobody on the other!
Can you fit another person in there?
Can you do this to your bra?
Do you bubble in the back? Do you have fat above and below even if you are thin?
Boobs pushed together
Boobs are not supposed to be squished together unless you are wearing a push up bra.
Can pull band away more than an inch
Try this before you buy. If you can do this, your boobs will be falling down from lack of support.
Don't fill out you cups
Do your cups sag on the side?
Wires dig into side boob
Your wire should go all the way around and sit under your arm pit, or at least completely enclose all boob and side boob. Bigger boobs will have wires that go under the armpit. Small boobs might not have side boob so the wires will only go around the boobs.
Straps too far apart, fall off
No, your shoulders are not too thin,
Your ban is too big.
Get a smaller band. MEASURE MEASURE MEAURE!
Your cups are too small. If your cups fit, you would not fall out if you put the wire where it belongs!
If you can't put your entire boob into your cup, the cups are too small!
Bubbling out anywhere means your cups are too small.
If you can't put your cups around your boob before you clasp your bra, your cups are too small and you will bubble out all over the place.
Your band is too big. If it fit snugly, it could not ride up. Your boobs are falling down from lack of support.
Your band is too big. Your boobs will fall down in front.
Believe it or not, back fat is caused by CUPS being too small, not a band that is too tight! This vband was a 36; I wear a 32. When your cups are too small, your boobs PUSH the cups away from your body and PULL the band against your back, giving you back fat!
Your cups are to small.
This is pretty obvious. Your band is too big.
Now, this one could be either cups or band. If your band is the correct size, your cups are too big.
BUT, this could also be caused by a too loose band. The bra to the left is a 36DD. I wear a 32I. SO, the band is too loose AND the cups are too small. Bottom line, ths bra just doesn't fit.
Ouch. Been there done that. Your cups are too small.
Your band is too big. The straps would be further in on a smaller band.