It’s always a good idea to know your sister size because it opens up more sizing options for you. If your usual size is out of stock or if you need a small sizing adjustment, the sister size is going to be your best bet.
Find out how Trusst is making it easier for plus size women to shop for bras online. We have everything you need to find the right size and style to accentuate your curves and keep you comfortable all day.
In this post, we will be sharing with you the various types of breast shapes and how all of our styles will work for any one of those shapes. Yes, all of them.
Let us break down those differences for you so that by the end of this post, you will fully understand the difference and benefits that come from wearing a revolutionary new Trusst bra.
Every week our founder, Sophia, will be responding to reviews (both good and bad). She will be answering questions and giving advice. Check back each week.
Cheyenne used to work for a plus-size magazine - which is how she first discovered the brand. She was looking for a size inclusive, authentic representation for plus-size women...and she found Trusst.
Every woman has (probably) experienced boob sweat in the throws of the hot summer months. It’s even more of a nuisance if you have larger breasts because there is much more friction between your boobs and torso.
So you measured yourself using our fit calculator, maybe tried on a few bras, read all about how your bra is supposed to fit correctly - and you have determined you wear a size 42G. Great! But what does that actually mean?
If you are a woman who has needed to wear a bra in the 20th Century, you have likely worn an underwire bra. How can we make that assumption? Well, because the only bras out in the market for approximately the last 100 years have been underwire bras.
So you measured yourself using our fit calculator, maybe tried on a few bras, read all about how your bra is supposed to fit correctly - and you have determined you wear a size 34E(DD). Great! But what does that actually mean?