So far, we have determined the proper size and shape of the breast, and what kind of wires fit the woman best. We can now move to finding the perfect cut and this task calls for even more finesse from us. We need to manifest a degree of good taste and style and sometimes even some more solid knowledge about tailoring (for example, when choosing a bra which will go under a wedding dress). We need to pay attention to which kind of body shape our customer has, whether it is an ‘hourglass’, a ‘pear’, an ‘apple’, etc. Depending on the type of silhouette, we should suggest an appropriate type of bra.
For example, a woman having wider shoulders would usually prefer a ‘V-neckline’ type of cleavage. This kind of desgin optically narrows her arms, deepens her neckline and lengthens her neck. Owing to these effects, her silhouette will overall look better, and for this trick to work best she will need a plunge bra. And what is it in the first place? In every brafitting lounge you can find many different types of bra. These were invented because each of us is unique and has different needs.
We cannot all wear tubular trousers, and similarly not all of us look good wearing the popular balconette bra. In a professional brafitting lounge, lingerie is selected to suit the needs of the customer, instead of fitting customers to the assortment already in stock.
We have successfully gone down through our brafitting ‘to-do list’: we have fit the size, we have assessed the type of breast, determined the needs, and we have also chosen the best cut. You may think we’re done? Well, not yet… now we need to make sure the chosen bra is comfortable, check if the woman feels in it like in her second skin, long story short – our goal is to fit lingerie that will serve long and meet every expectation. Unfortunately… we are not fairies and we do not read womens’ minds, so in order for us to get this information, we need to manage the woman wanting to cooperate with us. After all, she came to us seeking for a professional service instead of quick buying ordinary lingerie in some galleria store. For this cooperation coming true – we brafitters need to be like a psychologist who will conciliate the woman enough to have her talk with us frankly. Many times we will be in need of asking her intimate questions, for example, at which point in the menstrual cycle she is at the moment. The cycle usually affects the shape, size and overall condition of the breast, so we