> ask ellinaIt's time to pick the perfect bra for your breasts shape, because shape matters.
The trick is to find bras that have enough room at the top of the cup. A good bra to ask for is the “balconette”, which is cut slightly lower than a full coverage bra, and won’t give you that extra bump at the top. A bra with seamed fabric cups also works.
Augmented breasts require very little support, so you don’t need an underwire bra or full coverage. In fact, some women with breast implants find that they are fine wearing adhesive nipple covers and no bra.
To keep the girls together, look for bras with more coverage on the sides than in the center. A plunge bra or push up bra is a great choice for small to average size breasts. For larger cup sizes, look for bras that have extra side support or an inner cup sling.
Molded cup bras are great for teardrop shapes because they help lift the bust. However, you should avoid molded bras with full coverage because you may be left with a small gap at the top of the cups. A better option would be a demi cup style.