Embracing your body's uniqueness is an essential part of self-love, and many people find themselves with uneven breasts. While it's completely normal, it can sometimes be a challenge to find the right bra that provides comfort, support, and confidence. Have no fear! At the Filly Rose Bra Fitting Studio we've seen hundreds of pairs of boobs. And guess what? Most of them are asymmetrical! Here are our best suggestions for bras that will fit the best on uneven breasts. 

Fit the Large Breast 

In bra school, we're taught to fit the larger breast first. Then we make adjustments to the bra on the side of the smaller breast. This will prevent your larger side (or as we like to call it, "The Party Boob") from spilling over the cup. Tightening the strap on the smaller side will help the cup lie flat.

Add an Insert

If your asymmetry is more pronounced, using a thin insert like Honey Cloudz will help to create a more even appearance. 

We suggest Honey Cloudz Bra Inserts all the time for anyone who has had a lumpectomy!

Go for Stretch Lace Cups

A rigid foam cup is a harder fit on uneven breasts. That's because your body has to mold to the bra, rather than the bra molding to you. Look for styles with soft contour cups that feature a stretch lace overlay that will lie flat against your skin. We especially love the Flora Contour Underwire from Natori. This bra looks great under a t-shirt, and the lace overlay isn't just for decoration—it fits to your breast shape without creating gaping or spillage. 

Uneven breasts are a common occurrence, and there's no need to feel self-conscious about it. With the right bra solutions, you can embrace your body's individuality with confidence. Whether it's adjustable features, removable padding, or custom-fit options, there are plenty of choices to cater to your specific needs. Remember, the key is to prioritize comfort and find a solution that makes you feel beautiful and empowered every day.

Visit us in the studio to see all of our options for asymmetrical breast shapes. Click here to book


February 20, 2024 — Elizabeth Basile

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