Putting on Your Upbra Bra Instructions
TOO TIGHT ISSUE
If the bra feel too tight and is uncomfortable or digging into you either in the under wire are or band area, then the bra is too small for you. Try a larger size bra.
CUP GAPPING ISSUE
If you get a gap or space at the top of the cup in between your breast and the cup or your breast does not completely fill out the cup, then the cup of the bra is too big. Try a smaller size cup.
RIDING UP ISSUE
If the bra keeps rising up when you are moving around or raise your arms up, the band of the bra is too big for you. Try a smaller size band.
NOT ENOUGH CLEAVAGE
If you are not getting enough cleavage and you could usually get more cleavage from other bras, then the bra is slightly too large for you. Try a smaller size cup.
MUFFIN TOP OR SPILLAGE OVER
If you are getting a muffin top or spillage of breasts over the top of the bra cup, then the cup is too small for you. Try a larger size cup.
CENTER POKING OUT
If the bra is poking out in the center when the Upbra bra is locked in for cleavage, the bra cup might be too big for you or the band is too loose. Try a smaller size bra.
How to Know Your Upbra Bra is Fitting Correctly
Readjust your breasts towards each other one last time. Va Vaa Voom!
Once you have your desired cleavage, hook in the cleavage control straps into the desired bottom loops of the bra.
Pull the cleavage control straps to get your desired cleavage.
Adjust your breasts towards each other.
Put on you Upbra bra as you would
a normal bra.
: Hooks 1-3 work the same way as a standard bra. Hook 4 is for extra tightness you may want when wearing strapless.
: Cleavage control straps are shown in the starting position.
: Hook in both sides to secure your look. The farther the loops are from the center, the greater cleavage.