Got Brablems?
Got Brablems?
Got Brablems?
Got Brablems?
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We’ve all been there – you think you’ve found the perfect bra and yet one workout later you’re itching to take it off and denounce it as a torture device.

What went wrong? Well that’s the thing – there’s more than one or two causes for badly fitting bras. In fact, here’s some of the main causes we’ve heard you ladies get the most, along with some tried and tested solutions!

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Band Issues Sub header
Band Issues Sub header
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Digging In
Tight Band Bust
Tight Band Bust
Tight Band Bust
Tight Band Bust

32% of women told us their band digs in - this is a sign that your underband is too small, and you should go up a band size. Remember, if your cups fit fine, you will need to go down a cup size to keep the volume in the cups the same.

32% of women told us their band digs in - this is a sign that your underband is too small, and you should go up a band size. Remember, if your cups fit fine, you will need to go down a cup size to keep the volume in the cups the same.

32%

of women told us their band digs in - this is a sign that your underband is too small, and you should go up a band size. Remember, if your cups fit fine, you will need to go down a cup size to keep the volume in the cups the same.

32%

of women told us their band digs in - this is a sign that your underband is too small, and you should go up a band size. Remember, if your cups fit fine, you will need to go down a cup size to keep the volume in the cups the same.

 
 
Riding Up
Riding Up Bust
Riding Up Bust
Riding Up Bust
Riding Up Bust

24%of women said their band rides up - this is a sign that your band is too big, and the weight of your breasts is pulling the front of the bra down, and the band up your back. Go down a band size to fix this! Remember, if your cups fit fine, you will need to go up a cup size to keep the volume in the cups the same.

24%of women said their band rides up - this is a sign that your band is too big, and the weight of your breasts is pulling the front of the bra down, and the band up your back. Go down a band size to fix this! Remember, if your cups fit fine, you will need to go up a cup size to keep the volume in the cups the same.

24%

of women said their band rides up - this is a sign that your band is too big, and the weight of your breasts is pulling the front of the bra down, and the band up your back. Go down a band size to fix this! Remember, if your cups fit fine, you will need to go up a cup size to keep the volume in the cups the same.

24%

of women said their band rides up - this is a sign that your band is too big, and the weight of your breasts is pulling the front of the bra down, and the band up your back. Go down a band size to fix this! Remember, if your cups fit fine, you will need to go up a cup size to keep the volume in the cups the same.

 
 
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Cup Issues Sub header
Cup Issues Sub header
Cup Issues Sub header
Spilling Out
Spilling Out Bust
Spilling Out Bust
Spilling Out Bust
Spilling Out Bust

35%of women told us that their breasts were spilling out of the cups in their bra. This indicates that your cup size is too small and you need to go up a size. If your band is also not fitting properly, you may need to adjust this too.

35%of women told us that their breasts were spilling out of the cups in their bra. This indicates that your cup size is too small and you need to go up a size. If your band is also not fitting properly, you may need to adjust this too.

35%

of women told us that their breasts were spilling out of the cups in their bra. This indicates that your cup size is too small and you need to go up a size. If your band is also not fitting properly, you may need to adjust this too.

35%

of women told us that their breasts were spilling out of the cups in their bra. This indicates that your cup size is too small and you need to go up a size. If your band is also not fitting properly, you may need to adjust this too.

 
 
Wrinkly
Wrinkly Bust
Wrinkly Bust
Wrinkly Bust
Wrinkly Bust

22%of women told us that their breasts did not fill the cups in their bra, leaving gaps. This indicates that your cup size is too big and you need to go down a size. If you have asymmetric breasts or a difference in size between the two, fit your bra to the larger cup and add padding if needed to the smaller. If your band is also not fitting properly, you may need to adjust this too.

22%of women told us that their breasts did not fill the cups in their bra, leaving gaps. This indicates that your cup size is too big and you need to go down a size. If you have asymmetric breasts or a difference in size between the two, fit your bra to the larger cup and add padding if needed to the smaller. If your band is also not fitting properly, you may need to adjust this too.

22%

of women told us that their breasts did not fill the cups in their bra, leaving gaps. This indicates that your cup size is too big and you need to go down a size. If you have asymmetric breasts or a difference in size between the two, fit your bra to the larger cup and add padding if needed to the smaller. If your band is also not fitting properly, you may need to adjust this too.

22%

of women told us that their breasts did not fill the cups in their bra, leaving gaps. This indicates that your cup size is too big and you need to go down a size. If you have asymmetric breasts or a difference in size between the two, fit your bra to the larger cup and add padding if needed to the smaller. If your band is also not fitting properly, you may need to adjust this too.

 
 
Chafing
Chafing Bust
Chafing Bust
Chafing Bust
Chafing Bust

33%of women who
took our Bra Size Quiz said they experienced chafing. and 55% of them bought their sports bra more than 6 months ago. Chafing from an old sports bra indicates that a bra has lost its elasticity and the materials have lost effectiveness. Updating your sports bra at least once a year means you will always be supported and comfortable for your workout.

If you are experiencing chafing on a new bra, we suggest trying a different style for your shape. If you have chafing under your arms, try a bra that isn't as high at the sides. If your underband chafes, try a band size down or a bra with an underband further below the breast fold. If your straps are what are giving you discomfort and rubbing, this indicates the band is too big and the weight of your breasts is being held up by the straps.

33%of women who took our Bra Size Quiz said they experienced chafing. and 55% of them bought their sports bra more than 6 months ago. Chafing from an old sports bra indicates that a bra has lost its elasticity and the materials have lost effectiveness. Updating your sports bra at least once a year means you will always be supported and comfortable for your workout.

If you are experiencing chafing on a new bra, we suggest trying a different style for your shape. If you have chafing under your arms, try a bra that isn't as high at the sides. If your underband chafes, try a band size down or a bra with an underband further below the breast fold. If your straps are what are giving you discomfort and rubbing, this indicates the band is too big and the weight of your breasts is being held up by the straps.

33%

of women who took our Bra Size Quiz said they experienced chafing. and 55% of them bought their sports bra more than 6 months ago. Chafing from an old sports bra indicates that a bra has lost its elasticity and the materials have lost effectiveness. Updating your sports bra at least once a year means you will always be supported and comfortable for your workout.

If you are experiencing chafing on a new bra, we suggest trying a different style for your shape. If you have chafing under your arms, try a bra that isn't as high at the sides. If your underband chafes, try a band size down or a bra with an underband further below the breast fold. If your straps are what are giving you discomfort and rubbing, this indicates the band is too big and the weight of your breasts is being held up by the straps.

33%

of women who took our Bra Size Quiz said they experienced chafing. and 55% of them bought their sports bra more than 6 months ago. Chafing from an old sports bra indicates that a bra has lost its elasticity and the materials have lost effectiveness. Updating your sports bra at least once a year means you will always be supported and comfortable for your workout.

If you are experiencing chafing on a new bra, we suggest trying a different style for your shape. If you have chafing under your arms, try a bra that isn't as high at the sides. If your underband chafes, try a band size down or a bra with an underband further below the breast fold. If your straps are what are giving you discomfort and rubbing, this indicates the band is too big and the weight of your breasts is being held up by the straps.