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AA Bras, are you size AA? Do you need a new AA Bra?

  • July 21, 2012 at 10:59 am

Well if you do, then we would love to help! Our range of aa gel bras is second to none, and we do have lots of styles to choose from! AA bras are quite hard to find in the shops, so please do take a look at our range today!

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Padded Bras – An Explanation

  • February 19, 2010 at 10:06 pm

Bust boosting technology, so many choices, so little time. Don’t worry, we’re here to help! A lot of people get confused when it comes to the different types of padded bras on offer. There are three main types of gel bras to choose from: foam filled cups, liquid-gel filled cups and removable gel pouches. The benefits of foam filled cups are that they are very light weight and give a firm shelf at the base of the bra, which pushes your breasts up to create a fuller shape.  Liquid-gel filled cups are slightly heavier, but they are soft and more malleable, so the gel will mould itself to your natural shape. Finally, the removable gel pockets give versatility, in that the bra can be worn unpadded or padded to suit the occasion. They can also be removed allowing you to put your bra in the washing machine, rather than hand washing which is recommended for gel bras with non-removable gel. Each type has its benefits and it all comes down to personal preference.

Gel Filled Bra – Gel Bras

  • February 18, 2010 at 10:03 pm

Gel filled bras are great for creating a fuller look, but they are not the only option to enhance your bust size. Silicone Enhancers do just what they say on the tin… they enhance and they are fast becoming every girl’s best friend!  Nick named the ‘chicken fillet’ because of their similar soft and malleable texture, they can be worn inside any bra to give that added boost. There are a variety of different types of enhancers to choose from, that range in size and shape. There are two factors to consider when choosing enhancers. Firstly, what size you are originally and secondly which size you would like to be There really is a set of enhancers for every girl.

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Bra cup size

  • February 16, 2010 at 10:01 pm

So now you know your back size, you’re halfway there!  Let’s move on to the all-important cups. The under wires in a correctly fitting cup should lie flat against your ribcage, without digging in or leaving red marks. A sign of the cups being too big is if you find that no matter how much you adjust the shoulder straps you are still left with a gaping effect. If this problem sounds familiar, I would recommend trying a cup size smaller. You may be experiencing the opposite problem, in that your cups are too tight, and are not offering full coverage or a smooth shape under your clothes. If so, trying a cup size bigger would be the best solution. Hopefully, now you are well on your way to finding your correct bra size, the next step is to determine which shape and style of bra is best suited to you. Stay tuned!