BUYING bras is usually a bit of a guessing game, for most of us if it’s not too tight or too loose – it fits.
But this fashion guru explained why that’s not the case, showing that just because a bra seems to fit doesn’t mean it’s doing you any favours.
The fashion lover showed the incredible difference on TikTokCredit: TikTok/@itsjenwarnes
Jennifer Warnes took to TikTok to “show the difference between a bra that looks like it fits and a bra that actually fits.”
The first bra she tried on was a size 30F, she said: “From the look of it doesn’t really look like anything’s wrong with it.
“I actually feel very comfortable in this, I’ve been wearing it for years.”
Jennifer showed that although she spilled out of the top a tiny bit and the band was too big, the bra still appeared to fit her well.
But when she tried on a size 28I bra the difference was incredible, her boobs looked instantly lifted and secure.
The second bra had much less stretch to it, meaning that she’d be able to tighten the hooks as the elastic loosens with wear.
“You can tell it’s giving me much more support,” she said.
“You could be wearing a bra that’s technically the wrong size for you, but it still fits and you don’t really have any issues with it.
“However this one [the correct size] is much more supportive for my body.”
The difference was even more obvious when the fashion lover showed what the different bras looked like with a t-shirt on top.
The correct size looked loads more lifted, unlike the one that only kind of fitted, which looked more relaxed and lower down.
Jennifer added that a whopping 80 percent of women are apparently wearing the wrong bra size, so it’s no surprise that she was as well.
Viewers could believe the difference either, one said: “The right size seems to improve your posture too!”
A second said: “Girl, omg, I can’t believe the difference! Love it!”
Even the side profile looked so differentCredit: TikTok/@itsjenwarnes
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