1-Correctly adjust my bra clipsThe back of your bra, i.e. the strip of fabric from your cup to your back, should be positioned parallel to the floor. If the back goes up, this may be the cause of incorrect positioning of the staples. Usually the middle position is fine, ideally you should be able to fit two fingers between the bra fabric and your back.
2-Adjust the straps according to my morphologyWe do not all have the same length from the top of the shoulder to the tip of the breast. So, for optimal comfort and balance, you have to adjust the straps according to your size. To do this, a simple trick is to check if they are not too tight: if after adjusting your straps you manage to pass a finger between the shoulder and the strap, it means that they are correctly adjusted. If you have a generous bust, choose a model with wider straps for better support of your bust.
3-The band of my bra goes up my backThe band is the most important part of your bra. But what if, despite everything, you cannot adjust it using the hook & eyes? You just need to lengthen the straps a bit to avoid the lifting effect. If nothing helps, your bra is too big. Choose a bra with a smaller back circumference, without changing the cup.
4-The cups of my bra are wrinkledIf you have folds forming on your cups or the top of the cup is not in contact with your skin, you have chosen a model that is too large. To remedy this, choose a smaller model both in the back circumference and in the cup size.
5-The underwire bothers me and is not adjusted
For the wires to be effective, they must perfectly fit your breasts and above all must not "crush" your breasts. If they crush you, go for a larger size. If the pain is localized only under the arms, choose a model with a larger cup.
6-Is my bra made for my chest?/h3>
Have you tried adjusting your bra, but nothing helps? If you still feel your bra, it may be because you haven't chosen it correctly according to your body type.
Source: Princess Tam-Tam