How a Trusst Bra Should Fit

Band - No matter the brand, the band is the most important part to get right. Your band should be snug and stay parallel to the floor. If your band rides up during the day, don't tighten your straps, tighten your band! If your band is on the tightest hook and still rides up, it's time to go down a band size.

Cups - Trusst bras do not contain metal underwires and instead contain the BAST support system, which is made of a semi-rigid plastic. Because it lacks the rigidity of a wire, Trusst cups exhibit behavior similar to a soft cup bra in that they may not tack on everyone. This is especially true for those with close-set breasts. If your bra cups are puckering, you may need a smaller cup size. Also - everyone has breasts of different sizes! If one cup fits well and one is puckering, one of your breasts may be smaller than the other. In this case, it is best to fit your largest breast and use an insert to fill in the other cup. 

Straps - Your straps should be comfortable and should only carry about 20% of your breast weight. If your straps are digging into your shoulders, try loosening them. 



Please visit our size calculator to determine your Trusst size.