Bra Fitting Expert Kimmay Caldwell On Banishing Bra Bulge
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Any woman who's ever worn a bra knows the dreaded "battle of the bulge." We're referring to that little bulge that spills over the sides of your bra under your arms. Luckily, it has an easy fix — and it's not always the result of a bad fit!
Bra-fitting expert Kimmay Caldwell says that the unsightly bulge is called "sleevage" and affects women of all ages, shapes and sizes.
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One viewer, Darlene, has always had the problem and wanted to know if a new bra could "smooth" things out. Kimmay fitted Darlene for the No Side Effects bra, a brand she works with, which has elastic-free sides and back that help to create a sleek look.
Choosing a bra with extra coverage on the sides will create a seamless appearance and look great underneath your clothes. Bumps and lumps be gone!