#1. Bra band is not a straight line after putting hook
When you put your bra on and the band on the back looks settled upwards, then that is a clear sign of bad fitting. In this case, the breasts often pull the weight in the front thus lifting the band in the back. You don’t want that bra. Also, make sure that you let in some air by avoiding a tight hook in the back.
#2. Strap slips always
The strap is meant to hold the bra together on your body. If that strap keeps falling off, then the bra essentially doesn’t work. This can be avoided by selecting another cup size or adjusting the strap to find the right balance.
#3. Band on your back has too much space
If you’re able to put more than two fingers under your back band, then you need to reassess the fitting. The wiser thing to do would be to reduce the band size so that it comfortably sits on your body without too much of a gap in between.
#4. Breasts bulge out
If the cups can’t hold your breasts firmly, then you know that the bulge is going to give trouble. To ensure that your boobs fit nicely within your cups, try going up a size or two.
#5. You can see strap marks on shoulder
The instance of strap marks is simple enough to notice and understand why it doesn’t work. If your strap is tight enough to leave red marks on your skin, then it’s good enough to be disposed away. A good fitting lets you be comfortable and a bad one can cause back pain and a bad posture. Well-fitted bras will never leave a mark on your shoulders.
#6. Saggy cups
When your cups sag more than your breasts, it’s a sign that you should change your bra. Breasts evolve just like anything else, so it is important to observe and notice when the cups begin to give in to gravity or get wrinkles – it’s time for a change.