Big boobs are a lot of work, we're not even kidding.
Lately, a picture of Sydney Sweeney in a bikini (while on a movie shoot) went viral on Twitter, and netizens started a discussion on how her bikini top was struggling to carry the weight of her boobs.
hollywood hates big titty girlies so bad omg, the band riding up in the back and her left titty falling out the bottom is causing me psychic damage https://t.co/jMe24EGEKM— carey (@brokebackstan) March 8, 2023
this wardrobe dept does not understand how things should fit large busted women https://t.co/S3imX21F2P— ModernGurlz (@ModernGurlzz) March 8, 2023
I can't wait for this woman to learn what her bra size is https://t.co/Jz0OiAVKis— Vee the OOTD girl (@TomFordsMuse) March 9, 2023
Since then, there have been many others asking about what should they do, if they too face the same problem.
Here's the solution:
1. Get yourself measured so you know your exact boob size (can be done at bra stores)
2. Get a bra which has a smaller band size with a larger cup
3. Use the most outer hook when you first get the bra
4. As it gets looser, move the hooks to tighter ones
Your boobs should get support from not only the strap but also the cup.
If either one is doing most of the work, then it'd probably result in not fully supported breasts, and you'll find yourself constantly adjusting your bra.