The experts say splurge on pieces that are timeless a great jacket you can wear year after year.
But the fact is the most expensive timeless and lovely jacket is no going to look great without the right undergarments.
That's right we are talking today about what is really going to change your look and make all your clothes look fantastic.
A great bra and the right undergarments.
Christian Dior once said 'Without foundation, there can be no fashion”
He was certainly right!
Good quality undergarments will make you look sleek, smooth, polished and well put together. They improve your posture and make you appear slimmer. They make you feel pretty, comfortable and confident
Just like your pants and shirt size has changed since your college years so has your bra size.
Many women think they know what size they should be wearing, but they are wrong and, believe me, it shows. Wearing the wrong size undergarments is unattractive, uncomfortable and unnecessary.
It is best to go to the lingerie store and get measured by an expert.
You really do need expert advise for this.
However if you prefer to go it alone here's how to measure,
First, put on a comfortable bra--one that doesn't minimize or boost your breasts. Then grab a measuring tape that can wrap easily around your body. Can't find one? Use a piece of string and then measure it.
Measure under your armpits, high on your back, and across the top of your chest above your breasts.
How many inches do you get? If this measurement is an even number, that will be your band size. If it's an odd number, add 1 inch and that will be your band size. So if you measure 34 inches around, your band size will be 34. And if you measure 35 inches around, your band size will be 36.
Measure loosely around the biggest part of your chest, keeping the measuring tape level with the ground.
Got that number? Now subtract your band measurement from your cup measurement. Each inch represents a cup size. For example, if your band measurement is 34 inches and your cup measurement is 35 inches, the difference is one inch, and your cup size is A. If your band measurement is 34 inches and your bust measurement is 37 inches, the difference is three inches, and your cup size is C.
Difference (band minus cup measurement) / Cup size
Less than 1” / AA
1” / A
2” / B
3” / C
4” / D
5” / DD