We’ve all seen the ads of bombshell babes sporting the latest push up bra. Are they a thing of the past? Or are push up bras underrated?
We think they are! While they definitely create enviable cleavage for any lady that wears one, there’s more to a push up bra than meets the eye.
A push up bra does just that – pushes up the breasts. This can be great for any lady who is self-conscious about falling breasts, which happens to all of us with age, with changing hormones, or even changes in our fitness routine. When a woman has heavier breasts, a well-made push up bra can help alleviate some of the weight she has to carry. It’s definitely not all about the cleavage!
A push up bra can also add a little bit of extra something to any size chest, depending on the padding. This could be a simple and inexpensive option for a woman who maybe wants a little bit of extra something in the chest department. She can fill out her clothing and embrace what she naturally has while enhancing it just a touch.
Push up bras are also much more comfortable than they used to be. Molded padding is soft against the breast and feels so comfortable even with all its lifting capabilities. There are bras with just slight padding for a more natural lift, or soft yet stronger padding to really lift up.
So who can benefit from trying a push up bra? They can be great for older women who need something extra to support their changing body. They are also great for larger busts to help alleviate some of the pressure. Of course, women with smaller breasts can benefit from a push up bra as they can showcase what she’s already got.
Are you wondering if a push up bra
is right for you? Chat with us in the comments and we can help you
out, or you can message our Bra Doctor!
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