Many women often feel extremely disconnected for choosing wrong bra size and have had several encounters that made them feel worse about breasts size and there is something that’s uncomfortable for a lot of women of all breast size. Here are some three advice that can help you in choosing the right bra for your breast size.
The first is, wear whatever bra size makes you feel best – whether that’s physically, mentally and emotionally best or however you define that.
The second is, you have the exact same breasts (at any given point in time) no matter what bra size you put on top of them. In the next five minutes, if you put on a bra that’s 34A, a bra that’s 34B, and then a bra that’s 30E, your breasts will not change at all in the time you try on those bras- no more than your feet would change size if you tried to know how the three pairs of shoes in three different sizes.
The third piece of advice is never, not ever, discuss your bra size with anyone. If people want to talk about your bra size or breast size for any reason (other than something medically important of course) just look them straight in the eye and say, “why would you ask/talk about anything so personal?” Then change the subject.
Absolutely nobody needs to know your bra size unless you want them to and it doesn’t matter in the slightest what size they think you are. Hardly anybody has an accurate concept of bra sizing. Even those that do, can’t necessarily tell what size a person would wear even if they seem them naked.
Plus you can wear any size bra you want to, or no bra at all, so long as it doesn’t cause physical pain. There is no law that says you must wear a bra of any description or size. There is no law that says your bra has too fit “correctly” according to any standard of what is the correct fit.
Lastly, your breasts are your breasts at the end of the day, regardless of what size you are wearing. It’s a lot like pant size. You can wear a size 28 in one style and 26 in another, etc. It does not change your proportions. They are the same. Focus on fit rather than the size.