Lots of women wonder if they’ll have to buy a whole new wardrobe if they get breast augmentation. Now, that may seem like a problem at first, for most women, it’s one of the most exciting parts of undergoing the procedure! Picking out new outfits, especially ones that show off your new figure, is exhilarating, but there are a few things to keep in mind when you go out to update your wardrobe.
First of all, it’s important to not rush out too soon. Make sure your breasts have completely healed. It is not uncommon for the breasts to remain swollen for 1-2 months following the procedure; so, waiting until you’re healed is the best way to ensure that your new clothes fit just the way you want them to.
Secondly, once you’re fully healed you’ll want to get measured to find out your new bra size. Finding the right bra size is key to looking your best and being comfortable. Along those same lines, because your breasts will be bigger, it’s important to find clothes that will be supportive of your new bust. Look around for sleeveless tops or dresses that have thicker more supportive straps.
We suggest that you spend some time trying on a few different sizes to find the right size that works for your new figure. You might not be able to wear the same styles you wore before the breast enhancement procedure, so try a few different styles. Find a style that can accentuate your figure without drawing too much attention or showing off more than would be appropriate.
Lastly, don’t be afraid to try on your old clothes. You might have to get rid of a few things depending how much the size of your bust has increased, but you’ll probably find that many of your old clothes still fit and that they look better on your new figure. Most women, who get moderate breast implants, can still wear many of their favorite outfits, without buying a whole new wardrobe. Breast augmentation can help you feel more feminine and help you feel better about your appearance. If you have any questions about the procedure speak with a board certified plastic surgeon.