4. Tear Drop
Tear Drop boobs pretty much do what they say on the tin. If they’re rounded but slightly less full at the top, then you can identify with having Tear Drops. Which, luckily for you, are the most easygoing type of breast shape, suiting most bras. Look Best in, Plunge styles, with or without push-up material. The deeper neckline and cups create lift, which helps fill in the shallower top of the breasts.
Slender breasts tend to be slimmer at the top, fuller at the bottom, and longer than they are wide. Have you got that? Because it’s a lot of dimensions to judge. Extra evidence for having slender boobs is if they’re relatively small in cup size. Look Best in, Plunge styles, with or without push-up material. The plunge helps pull the boobs toward the middle to create a bit of cleavage.
It might sound odd, but most women have asymmetry in their boobs in some shape or form. But if one of your breasts is notably larger than the other, then this is your stop: you’ve got Asymmetric knockers. Look Best in, Bras with removable pads, so you can wear a pad (or two) on the smaller side to even out your look.
7. Bell Shape
Bell Shape boobs sound characteristically similar to Slender boobs, but Bell Shapes tend to be larger than Slender. Look Best in, Full-coverage styles. Because the boobs are heavier, they can drag down the shoulders, causing the straps to slip (and reduce support).