Contrary to what one might think, this is not the suspenders or frames that offer first maintenance in a bra for large breasts. Rather, the seams and the selected material that make the vast majority of the work.
It is important to look strong seams. The cups with vertical seams or diagonal allow the bra to support the weight of the chest and carve. For better holding, it is best to choose a bra doubled or even relatively thick material “rigid” as molded cups. To have an effective bra, the selected material should not contain more than 40% yield, and regardless of the material mixture. Caps while lace or too elastic microfiber-type materials are rather avoid.
Straps and fittings are certainly secondary elements, but still important to maintain. To prevent shoulder pain and under the breasts, it is best to choose models where the straps are little stretch so that the weight of the breast is better supported. As regards the frame, it must marry all the underside of the breast so that it does not cut it, or compresses.
The types of ¾ full bust or bust cups are favorable bra options for optimal support for a strong chest. A model allows ¾ bust wearing a cleavage, while the full bust coats the entire breast for a truly comprehensive maintenance.