Bra Sizing Works Like a Scale

An important point when zeroing in on your correct bra size is that when you try on a bra and go one cup size larger, while keeping the band size the same, you are increasing your bust line by 1″.

However, when you go up a band size (keeping the cup size the same) you are increasing your band circumference by 2″ AND increasing your bust line circumference by 2″ as well.


The point here is that changing a cup size within a band size is fine-tuning your bra size.


Changing a band size is a much more significant size change.


Keep trying!

Break the Magician’s Code: The Lace Bra

The Lace Bra has and will never fail the definition of sexy.


This bra style is exaggeratedly seductive and flirtatious and a modest display of your intimate gives you the provocative yet mysterious look. Unless you’re maybe too shy, otherwise you will definitely want to flaunt your lace bra in style.


Showing too much of it can be gauche, so you really have to be mindful of how much you’re actually exposing.


In one of the earlier articles written about the importance of the center piece of the bra, there is more to it than just determining the right fit. If you know how to use it, it could well be an accessory.


These before and after images demonstrate the elegance and grace when you use the center gore properly. To be very honest, it gives you a refined and exquisite attitude.


Though some people choose to go bare at their plunging necklines, a little exposure of the bra does steal the limelight. See how a little exposure of the bra can change the entire appearance.


There is also an option of a bandeau lace tube and it’s perfectly OK. But then again, that’s really just playing it safe. After all, why not try something daring for once?


Here’s a classical photo of Diane Kruger and she was spicing it up in red hot lace in the 2012 Vanity Fair Oscar Party!