It’s estimated that 8 out of 10 women are wearing the wrong size bra. That’s 80%, ladies – shocking! We are delighted today to feature our guest blogger, Cindy Bunce, of (opens in a new tab) on West Coleman Boulevard in Mt. Pleasant. In this interview, Cindy shares the basics of proper bra fitting. See below for our interview with Cindy:How do you find the proper size? What measurements should I be using? Our staff is devoted to putting our customers in the correct bra! It is a sad fact that the majority of women are spending time in an unsupportive, improperly fitting bra. At (opens in a new tab) we do not use a measuring tape to fit bras because there is more to it than the width of your chest and back, and depending on the bra company, your size may vary. What are some indications that I might be wearing the wrong size bra? We begin the fitting with an actual bra and adjust the size by visually checking the fit. If you are constantly pulling your strap down in the back, you are in the wrong bra. If your strap falls off your shoulder, your bra is not fitted properly. Your bra should not give you rolls under your armpit or make it impossible to breathe. A properly fitted bra will make all the difference in how you look and feel. How important is it to have a(opens in a new tab) performed? Is it expensive? A properly fitted bra will make all the difference in how you look and feel. Our fittings are free, and we offer a large variety of styles, cuts, and colors. Something for everyone! Come see us at Chantilly in Mount Pleasant. You will be glad you did!
About Chantilly Lingerie: Originally from Mt. Pleasant,Letha Polk has owned and operated Chantilly Lingerie for 24 years. Chantilly Lingerie realizes more than anything that form-fitting and flattering clothing is the most important thing to a woman as she shops. That's why Chantilly Lingerie specializes in finding the undergarment that fits your body. A proper-fitting bra is important for comfort and flattering the figure. Sizes range from a 30 A all the way through to a 40F . .