3 Tips on Getting the Most Out of Your Bra

It is advised to change your bra after 6 to 12 months or at any sign of deconstruction. Especially if you’re very naughty and machine wash your best kept secrets. However, there is a blurry line of when a bra is considering unusable versus a few tips and tricks to reconstruct your bra to life. Here’s a few tips on getting the most out of your bra life.

Tip Number One: Size matters

Having the right sized bra is a good start – wearing a bra which is too tight in the band or small in the cup will obviously cause unnecessary stress to fabrics and stitching. Not a good look, plus it makes your boobs unhappy. So don’t do it.

Tip Number Two: Bra Care

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Reading the label on your bra is extremely important. Following the signs of how to properly take care of the fabric, finishing, details and trims will add to the life of your bra. Oppose to mistreating your best kept secrets.

Tip Number Three: Bra Storage

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Bra storage is very important on the longevity of your bras. This lessens the chance for it to snag on something, or become damaged. Therefore allocating an appropriate place per bra category will help ensure the life of the bra is spanned for two years or more.

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