Bra Fit And Care GuideFinding the correct fitting bra will make all your clothes look like your best outfit and Torrid's Seductive Collection™ is specifically designed for your shape and style.
Get fitted every 6 months, because your body changes, especially if you're a teen, recently gave birth or lost or gained weight. You'll feel comfortable and look better!
Measuring For The Perfect Fit
5 Easy Bra Fitting TipsWhen trying on a bra, try these 5 easy tips to ensure a fabulous fit.
Bra Fit Q & AQ: Why doesn't my bra lie flat in the front?
A: The cups are too small--try a larger cup size.
Q: My bra rides up in the back.
A: Adjust the hook and eye closure to tighten the band and/or loosen bra straps. If you're on the tightest hook and it still rides up, try a bra in a smaller band size.
Q: My bust line sags in this bra.
A: Try shortening the straps.
Q: The cups of my bra are wrinkling.
A: Bulges at the top or sides mean the cup size is too small. Wrinkles in the cup means the bra cup is too large.
Q: My straps keep sliding off.
A: Tighten the straps.
Q: I have skin rolls coming from underneath the band.
A: The band is too small. Try a larger band size.
Caring for Your Seductive Collection BraYour bras will stay beautiful and last longer with a little care. Hand wash in cold water and hang dry. If you absolutely have to machine wash, use a lingerie bag, non-chlorine bleach and the delicate cycle.
Bra TerminologyHere are a few basic bra terms to help your shopping and fitting experience go smoothly.
Back closure: The bra closure that hooks in the back, usually 2-4 hook and eye clasps.
Back wings: The outer base of the cups that wraps around and closes in the back.
Center gore: The cup connector in the front center.
Channeling: The underwire casing.
Convertible: A bra with detachable straps that can be moved to be worn under different styles of tops.
Cookie: The foam insert found in the plunge bra. They are removable and give you more lift when you want it.
Frame: The anchor to which the cups and sides are attached.
Molded cups: Machine-made cups that are designed to mirror the natural shape of a woman's breasts.
Rings and slides: The mechanical part of the strap that makes the strap adjustable.
Seamless cups: Our bras have no seam in the molded cup which makes for a better fit.
Stretch straps: We use a low-stretch strap to give more control and comfort while reducing bounce.
Underwire: A thin, flexible wire that supports the cups.
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