There might be something more to buying bras than sticking to what you think is your cup size. According to an article in Madame Noire, a study reveals that at least 85 percent of women have been wearing the wrong size of bra all along. This is perhaps due to the outdated method of measuring cup sizes, which the experts say is only applicable to a D-cup. Plus, there’s the fact that cup sizes differ from brand to brand. As a result, many women, especially plus size women, have to put up with various problems caused by an ill-fitting bra. It’s time to change the way you think about bras, and opt for better plus size bras instead from manufacturers like Embrace Bras, who really understand your needs.
What do people think of when they hear the label “fashion runway model”? For most, the term is synonymous to gorgeous, tall, and thin models like Karlie Kloss, Adriana Lima, and Alessandra Ambrosio. However, Elle.com writer Sally Holmes reports that the recent New York Fashion Week proved that the fashion industry is fast adapting to real-life trends.
The recent inclusion of full-figured women in one of the world’s biggest fashion events is definitely a big step forward. A bit delayed, but much welcomed, nonetheless. However, while plus-size women’s clothing are very much a covered ground now, what about their need for the appropriate undergarments? Fortunately, the brassiere industry looks to be following suit since there are currently a wide variety of plus-size bras for curvy women.