Your stunning appearance from outside is only half of the hard work. It’s not only your outfits, makeup and hairstyle that should be perfect, stylish and reflecting your personality. If you are a real fashionizer you should be 100 % dapper and voguish in your underwear as well. A properly chosen women’s underwear is able to conceal your shortcomings, bring out the best features of your stunning figure and make you feel more self-confident and comfortable. A properly chosen women’s underwear is able to arise an exotic and romantic conversation between your body and lingerie. A difficult task is choosing the right bra, which has become one of the informal symbols of femininity and sophistication. So it’s just like a great disaster, when a woman can’t choose the right bra for herself. Here are a couple of fashion tips to take into account in the lingerie store.
The right bra should embrace your body not with the shoulder straps, but the band. It should sit tight on you, allowing space only for a finger between yourself and the band. The shoulder straps should hold the cups from falling out. It’s preferable when the straps can be tightened, in case they get looser over time.
Bras are meant for emphasizing your silhouettes and giving the right form to your breasts. Therefore make sure the under and side wires don’t cut your breasts into halves, but rather neatly frame them from underneath and both sides.
A great trick to see if the bra is your size or not is to fix the shoulder straps and stand with your profile in front of the mirror. Raise up your hands and see if the band moves up. If it does, your bra is definitely one size bigger.
Finally pay attention to the color, style and the fabric used. It should be matched with your outfits, skin color and should correspond to your personality and interests. Whatever style you choose, keep in mind the brilliant fashion advice – your underwear should be more comfortable and pleasant to wear, rather than appealing to your boyfriend :). Learn your body language and look gorgeous in and out.
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