The most important aspect of wearing a first bra is the fit. If you are wearing a first bra that doesn't fit right, then it isn’t doing it’s job and will be uncomfortable.
Initially your first bra will feel tight around the rib cage and the straps will feel quite different compared to a strappy vest top, this is because they have to be snug to stay in place, the adjusters will help you make them fit your own body shape.
These tips below will help you pin-point fitting problems.
If your first bra cups have folds or wrinkles — your cup size is too big.
If your breasts come out of the top of your cup — your cup size is too small.
If your breasts are squished on the sides or the cup cuts into the sides of your breasts — you may need a first bra that is wider or a band size that is bigger.
If your first bra rides up your back — try loosening the straps or try a smaller band size.
These great tips are from Nancy Redd's book Body Drama.
Visit our measuring page to find your teen bra size.
Remember to measure correctly for your teen bra