Yes, bra styles do vary with different outfits. For instance, you can wear a t-shirt bra under a t-shirt, tube bras for off-shoulder dresses, or plunge bras underneath dresses with deep necklines.
With time bras tend to lose their elasticity and shape. The band and the straps begin to deteriorate. Bras should ideally be replaced anywhere between 6 to 9 months.
Lingerie should always be hand washed in cold or warm water. It should not be wringed or twisted. Do not tumble-dry, bleach, or iron the lingerie. Always dry it in shade.
The average age that girls start wearing a bra is 11 years. Since every child is unique, some may show signs of puberty earlier than the others and may need to wear bras sooner.
Lingerie should not be machine-washed. Doing so will ruin the fabric and the elasticity of the bands and straps. It should always be hand-washed and dried in shade.
No, do not tumble-dry your bra. It will ruin the fabric and the elasticity of the bands and straps. Lingerie should always be dried in shade.
Lingerie should be hand-washed and dried in shade. Lingerie should not be machine washed or tumble dried. Dry the lingerie in shade. Do not use bleach or iron. Wash dark colours separately.
Cotton and microfibre bras are great for everyday use.
No, wearing a bra does not increase breast size. Pushup bras, padded bras, etc are some bra varieties with padding to help you enhance the appearance of your bust
You can follow the step by step Bra Size Calculator procedure to measure your true bra size.
Wearing a bra at night is a personal matter and can be done as long as it is comfortable.