PROBLEM: Think bigger bras can’t be beautiful? Think again!
SOLUTION: Bigger bras can be pretty too! I tried on some beautiful ones while at a recent bra fitting, for example, the Cally the Bridgette and the Rimini from Fantasie and Opulence from Rigby & Peller. The Eveden family of companies (which includes Fantasie, Goddess, and Rigby & Peller brands) specializes in luxurious bras for larger cup sizes. If you’re looking for a stunning bra in a fuller size, I’d strongly suggest you try Rigby & Peller’s Giselle.It’s decorated with beautifully intricate lace and an interwoven ribbon trim at the cleavage, and comes in up to a G cup. I wouldn’t feel good about myself if I also didn’t tell you about the Grace bra. It’s elegant with its sheer, scalloped cups, but it’s simple enough for everyday wear. Also remember that when a bra fits properly, it helps to improve your posture and eliminate the dreaded back fat. You’ll want to stand up straighter and taller, and not hide your figure under a hunch. The bottom of the bra should be perfectly straight, parallel with the floor and not ride up in the back. If yours rides up, it could mean the band size is too big, a common problem. This also pushes up back fat, creating an unsightly spillover effect. Find Rigby & Peller at figleaves.comand more bra fitting tips at fantasie.com.