How do I get rid of the gap in my bra?

Gaping at the top of a bra usually means that your size is too big. However, it could also be due to how you are wearing it and what type of breasts have caused this problem in the first place.

If there’s space between all four hooks on both straps or just one shoulder strap where they meet with another, chances are good there might not actually be enough material gathered underneath these areas as well- so before we blame anything else let’s try adjusting those two spots together by tightening them up!

If any of the 4 straps meet with another strap at their end (so not in the middle), to cause this problem, tighten them up! If they are all meeting in the middle – well, if you can’t seem to close them try moving up a size.

If that didn’t solve your issue then it probably means that one or two of your cups may be too small OR larger than necessary for your breasts– Which could also mean you’re spilling out over the top of cup. If you find yourself doing this often do take a look at our article on All About Fit!

Or it could be that your breasts themselves are the issue- meaning they’re either Saggy, Full on Top or even both (it’s usually one or the other but not always). If you think this might be the case then we will be talking about these issues very soon so keep checking back!

If none of those reasons solve your problem, I would actually suggest going up a whole cup size! Your bra may not fit correctly as is and you might need a larger cup to lessen the gap between straps and bra. If you think this solution will work for you please read our article on All About Fit first.

This all sounds horrible doesn’t it? Well, actually there’s nothing with any of this at all; it’s just human bodies and how they fit into all those space-age inventions we call bras!

It’s also not the end of the world if you find out your bra doesn’t fit properly as we’re here to help with that! There is no such thing as a perfect bra, every single one ever made comes in different shapes and sizes.

As long as you know what signs to look for and how to spot something wrong before purchasing a new bra (or even trying on an old favorite) then there is nothing standing between you and the perfectly fitted bra – well except maybe actually finding your size.

As long as you know what signs to look for and how to spot something wrong before purchasing a new bra (or even trying on an old favorite) then there is nothing standing between you and the perfectly fitted bra – well except maybe actually finding your size.