rhonda shear nip slop


The dreaded “nip slip” is perhaps the most feared of the fashion faux pas, precisely because it’s both incredibly embarrassing and surprisingly common. But the thing is, the vast majority of these wardrobe malfunctions can be easily prevented with one simple solution: get a bra that fits, already!

A better-fitting means everything is held in place the way it’s supposed to be. Not too roomy, to prevent unnecessary movement and slippage. And not too tight, so you’re not constantly adjusting and readjusting your girls. Nothing pops out when it’s not supposed to.

Seriously, it’s as easy as that. But then again, maybe that’s not so easy after all – something like 80% of all women wear the wrong size bra. Which means that in order to prevent the dreaded nip slip, the first step is figuring out what your bra size actually is.

How to Properly Measure Your Girls

It’s a simple, two-part process. First you measure your band size. Then you measure your cup size.

Start by running a tape measure around your torso just under your breasts. Make sure the tape measure is horizontal and your arms are down. The number you get is your band size. If it’s an odd number, add or subtract one, because bands only come in even-numbered sizes.

Next it’s time to find your cup size. Bend over so your back is parallel to the floor. Run the tape measure around your torso again, only this time do it over the fullest part of your breasts. Make sure the tape measure is straight, and that it’s not too tight across your breasts.

Then subtract the first number – your band size – from the second. If the difference is under 1 inch, your correct cup size is AA. As that difference increases, so does the correct cup size:

1 inch = A

2 inches = B

3 inches = C

4 inches = D

5 inches = DD

No matter what your size, Rhonda Shear has comfortable, high-quality, and above all attractive options for you. Take a look at how we can help you prevent nip slips – and find your ahh moment.