7 Underwear Mistakes You Don't Know You're Making
Recover from all your under-the-surface woes with this lesson in bras, panties and shapewear
The first? Minimizer bras. "These bras are commonly worn by women with larger breasts," says Nethero, with the hopes that they'll downplay large cup sizes. The problem is that minimizer bras "actually bind and compress breast tissue, resulting in a loss of firmness." In other words, you're left with a completely unsupported look.
Seamless t-shirt bras can also be unexpected perpetrators. "Seamless bras are comfortable and look great under your tight tops," says Nethero, "but wearing them daily is a bad idea. They don't keep their shape as long as seamed bras do, which can also result in the uniboob look."
Wearing sports bras on the daily, though comfortable, can have the same unfortunate effect.
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