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We are here to help you with questions about your changing body, and give you tips for finding the accurate training bra. Whether your curious about training bras, or needing help in selecting the right starter bra, we are here to help you.

Our intention is to be a guide for preteen & teen girls needing information on issues surrounding puberty, breast development, and training bras. This site is intended for young girls ages 8-18, and their parents. Look around and enjoy your stay. If you have a question, contact us and we will try our best to help.

Bra Basics:
Everything you've ever wanted to know about bras but didn't know who to ask!

Why is a properly fitted bra so important?
The breast is not a muscle, it is delicate glandular tissue. Whether large or small, it needs to be properly supported, especially as we age. A proper fitting bra can help reduce back pain and headaches for the large-breasted woman and can improve posture, overall appearance and enhance self-esteem for all women. The right undergarment plays an important part in how your clothes fit and look on your body.

What is the proper positioning of the breasts?

The proper position is mid-way between the shoulder and elbow.

How do I find the right bra?

Start by seeking the advice of an expert who will first take the correct measurements, then address individual figure concerns, lifestyle needs and personal style to recommend a selection of bras to try on.

What can the right bra really do?

  • Smooth and shape breasts, giving a sleeker line which enhances clothing
  • Support breasts comfortably, improving posture and easing discomfort from headache and back pain
  • Make breasts appear smaller, giving the body a leaner and taller appearance
  • Lift and support breasts, giving a more youthful appearance
  • Make breasts appear larger and fuller, adding shapely curves

It's time for a bra fitting when...

  1. You can't wait to take your bra off at night!
  2. The wires hurt - the band is too small or the bra sits too low on the ribcage
  3. The wires poke on the side - a larger band or cup size is needed
  4. The middle front rides up away from the body - cups are too small
  5. The shoulders hurt - more support is needed (smaller band and larger cups)
    - needs a style with wider or padded straps
  6. Straps fall off the shoulders - they need to be tightened
    - they have lost elasticity
    - shoulders may be sloped, requiring a bra with
    straps that are closer together at the back
  7. The band rides up - it's either too big or has lost elasticity

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Helpfull Points !
  • When is the perfect time?
    When do I need to start wearing my first training bra?

  • What size bra do I need?
    Do you know what size bra you need? Try our online bra size calculator, and easy measuring tips. Learn the basics of figuring your bra and cup size. Buying for someone else, estimate their size using our charts.
  • How will my breast develop?
    Learn what is going on as your breast develop. Learn the stages of development and how these things will effect your growing body.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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