One of the most exciting parts after your breast augmentation is shopping for a new wardrobe that will make your body more comfortable and attractive. This means you can now wear those outfits that you’ve been dreaming to wear or those outfits that you bought but you haven’t tried because you lack the courage to do so.
After your surgery from breast enlargement Sydney, you finally have the confidence to wear the outfits that you love. While the new phase can be exciting, it can be challenging. Where do you start? What outfit will look good on you? How will you shop based on your new bust size? What exactly do you need?
After the surgery, you should not shop immediately. After your breast augmentation procedure, your breast will experience swelling and will drop to its final position after four to six weeks. During the recovery process, it is not recommended to buy a new wardrobe yet. Instead, have transitional bras and garments until your breast fully recovered. Once completely healed, then you can begin to update your wardrobe to match your new size.
Here are some tips for you.
Obviously, your old bras won’t fit you after your breast augmentation. You have to bid them goodbye. Parting doesn’t have to be a sweet goodbye. You should feel excited because finally, your breasts are free from bandages and you are now ready to wear a regular bra again but in a new size. In buying bras, you should consider the most important factors which are comfort, support and appearance. It would be good if you can go to a professional bra fitting so you can get guides and tips from the fitting that will help you find the perfect bra for your new size and shape.
If you are unable to find professional bra fitting, then buy bras that have cups that are facing forward or those bras specially designed for people with large breasts. Take time to try on a few bras and see if you feel comfortable wearing them and if they provide you with the much-needed support. If you choose a bra with underwire, make sure you get the clearance from your doctor because some underwire bras will press firmly on your chest wall especially for the breast that underwent breast augmentation. It may be too soon to wear an underwire bra and it may cause complications so if possible, avoid underwire for some time.
Tops and dresses
Choose tops and dresses that will fit your body more since they are often the most flattering choice. If you choose those without a defined waist style of clothing, your breast will look larger as these types of clothing will hang on your bust. You can also buy a jacket or a cardigan with a single button below the chest as they will look appealing.
You should also consider the neckline when buying new clothes. Choosing a V-neck will make you appear slimmer but note that it can become too revealing and may not be appropriate in some places or occasions. If you are going for a professional look, then choose a wardrobe with a cowl neckline.
For casual or evening wear, make sure to avoid strapless tops or dresses. Your augmented breast will look too compressed. Instead, choose a square neckline o to create an attractive silhouette. Square necklines are best to flatter your augment breasts. If you don’t want the full attention to your breasts, then wear a top or dress that bares your one shoulder.
If you went under surgery to enhance your breasts, then you should enjoy the process of building your new wardrobe to match your new size and shape.