For those of us blessed with a large bust it is often a chore having to go lingerie shopping even at the best of times. Unlike our small breasted counterparts, finding a bra that fits can be taxing and difficult. Bulging in places we should not bulge and our cups running over are only part of the problem faced by those with a heaving bosom. This list is designed to help big busted women pick out the perfect style of bra to make the most of their assets in every way possible.
A bra with the most coverage could be the way to go. Often we find that a full coverage bra will defeat the ever present threat of bulging over the cups and will keep the ladies in place, even through the most strenuous activities we may put ourselves through.
With full coverage bras comes the boob sweat we all experience at one point or another. One way to adapt to this while still getting the best support is with a lightweight lace full coverage bra. This will keep the area cool and the material is quite breathable to help counteract sweaty breasts.
For the issue of straps digging int our delicate skin, a racerback bra may be the answer. It provide much needed support for your weighty bust and will spread out the strain rather than relying on two narrow straps to do the job properly.
We all get it at one point or another, but that small roll of skin that occurs beneath the bra band can be fixed with a simple change of style for your lingerie needs. A longline bra may fix the problem entirely. They provide more coverage down toward your waist and are super comfortable, plus they look sexy too!
Believe it or not, there is such a thing as too much cleavage. Some of us have experienced this and with some outfits it may be required to downplay the amount of cleavage you are showing off to the world. In order to deal with this issue, a balconette style bra with some slight contouring may be the way to go. They provide full coverage and hold the breasts slightly further apart than a lot of other styles.
One myth that we should address is women with bigger busts should not opt for strapless bras. This is totally untrue! You simply need to ensure that you get the proper sizing like everyone else. Strapless bras are a necessity for some outfits we have in our closet, so when shopping for this style, make sure that you perhaps try a smaller band size than usual, but also go with the correct cup size. This is so you will avoid cup spillage as well as having the band do the majority of the lifting for your bust.
Hopefully this list of bra styles for larger busts has inspired you to go out and replace some of those pieces of lingerie that simply do not do the job that they should. If you experience any of these issues then it is not your breasts, but rather the bra that is the true problem.