When it comes to feeling good in your clothes, nothing has quite the same impact as wearing a bra that fits perfectly. For all the styling hacks and must-have accessories in the world, your underpinnings are the real game changer. The best bras work for you, not against you, leaving your silhouette more defined and allowing the kind of effortless comfort that doesn't have you whipping the darn thing off the minute you get home. Many of us struggle to find this holy grail of lingerie, so I'm providing you with a very good starting point: The three bras that sell like crazy, fit like a dream and have become repeat purchases and repeat orders for some time.
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This part of the bra provides the majority of the support so it is important that it fits firmly, parallel to the cups. Look in the mirror and check that the band is at the same level all around your body. The cups of a bra, especially when underwired should go right around the contour of the breast sitting flat against your ribs without digging into the breast tissue. The whole breast should also fit neatly into the cup with no excess of flesh showing on the sides of the cup or spilling out over top. This applies even when wearing push-up or low cut bras. In extreme cases wearing cups that are too small will give the appearance of four breasts.
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Around people gathered for the light-hearted "breast walk" protest outside police headquarters in Wan Chai district, with some holding up bras and others wearing them over their tops. Retired teacher James Hon, 66, wearing a pink bra over his white polo shirt, told AFP: "It's the first time to wear a bra in my entire life. The crowd chanted "Breasts are not weapons - give back our breast freedom" and "Shame on police" as a representative handed in a petition letter to a police officer. Thirty-year-old Ng Lai-ying was sentenced on Thursday for "assaulting a police officer" during a chaotic protest against mainland Chinese cross-border traders in March.