Signs That It’s Time To Chuck Your Bra For A New One

One of the most difficult things to shop for is a bra. Finding one that actually fits your shape and size can be like looking for the magical unicorn. So, once you find one you don’t want to let it go. Even if it isn’t serving you like it used to.

Check out these signs to see if it’s time for you to go shopping for a new bra or not:

1st sign – Your bra is getting uncomfortable. Your bra for daily wear should not feel uncomfortable. So, if you feel like you want to cut the straps, or loosen the band, it’s time to let it go.

2nd sign – Your bra is old. In this case, we mean older than 8 months. Yes, If your bra is worn more than once a week and you’ve had it over 8 months, it’s time to get rid of it. Soon the band will be stretching out and not providing you with proper support.

3rd sign – Your bra is bent out of shape. If a once perfectly shaped bra has bends or ripples in the cup, it’s time to let it go because it’s no longer good support.

4th sign – Your bra is stretched past the final clasps. Overtime, bras stretch. If you find that yours has stretched beyond the final clasps, then it’s time to let it go.

READ MORE: 9 Signs That’s It’s Time To Get Rid Of Your Bra And Invest In A New One

Jessica E. Williams

Jessica is a fun-loving free spirit. She's a writer that covers all sorts of genres. In her spare time, she's enjoying her family and contemplating the deeper meaning of life.

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