7 Types Of Boobs! Which One Do You Have?
Women’s Breast Shape
How many types of boobs are there? For sure, you will answer two—big and small. But did you know that there are 7 types of boobs, according to the bra company ThirdLove? Aside from the breast size, the 7 types of boob are categorized based on their shape.
Determining what type of boobs you have is important in finding the right type of bra. In addition to that, it can help you find a bra that will provide the support it needs, which is vital for women’s health. With that in mind, here are the 7 types of boobs that Third Love has come up with:
It is normal for one boob to be bigger than the other but if the difference between the size of the two breasts is fairly noticeable, then you have asymmetric boobs.
The bra for you: Choose ones that have removable padding or inserts. To even out the look, you can remove the padding on the side with larger boobs.
These boobs are called as such because they resemble the shape of a bell—slimmer at the top and fuller or wider at the bottom.
The bra for you: Bras that give full coverage are highly recommended. You should also think about support and lift when bra shopping. Stay away from balconette bras as they can be uncomfortable.
Tear Drop Shape
These boobs are similar with the bell shape. However, the these are rounded at the bottom but are only slightly less full at the top.
The bra for you: Choose ones with plunging neckline as the deep neckline can help to create lift and cleavage.
If your breasts have equal fullness from top to bottom, this is the type of breasts that you have.
The bra for you: Balconette bras would be perfect. Because of the shape of your breast, you do not need structured and padded bras.
East West Shape
Are your nipples pointing outwards or does it look like they are gravitating away from your chest? If yes, then this is the breast type that you have.
The bra for you: A t-shirt bra would be perfect in helping to draw your nipples in.
Side Set Shape
Is there a wide space between your boobs? If yes, then you have side set boobs.
The bra for you: Balconette or plunge bras that have more fabric above the cups are recommended to cover the gap between your boobs.
These boobs are wider at the top than at the bottom and are longer than they are wider and are at the smaller end of the scale.
The bra for you: A plunge bra with padding will help to create the illusion of a cleavage and fuller breast.
There you go—the 7 types of boobs that women have today. Based on the descriptions given above, which of these types is the one you have?