The number one most important thing a woman can do to look great is [drum roll, please] wear a bra that fits.
Easier said than done.
Turns out, many, many women wear the wrong bra size. And there’s probably a reason for that. Bra stores want to sell you there stuff. If you don’t fit perfectly into a bra they have in stock, it’s possible they might sell you one that doesn’t fit. Or it’s possible they don’t know how to tell if a bra fits or not.
The solution: knowing for yourself whether your bra fits.
Chances are excellent it does not. In fact, chances are that 1) the cup size is too small (this is the case if you are popping up over the cup on top or at the side, near the underarm and 2) the band size is too large (which is the case if it slides up rather than staying perpendicular to the floor).
I probably don’t need to tell you the benefits of a properly fitting bra but here are a few anyway: You will look better proportioned. If you carry excess weight, you will come closer to the desired hourglass figure. And you’re less likely to develop back pain from a bra that doesn’t fit — how’s that for a bonus!?)
Oh, and your necklaces will lie correctly. And did I mention your clothes will fit you properly???
If you have smaller breasts, a bra that fits you will make them more prominent.