How Often Should You Be Replacing Your Bras?

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How Often Replace Your Bras? | Replacing Your Bras

The truth is, there isn’t an exact answer to this question. How often you should be throwing out a bra and replacing it with a lovely new one, depends on a number of factors.

On average, a bra will last for between 6-9 months. So if you’ve been hanging on to one for a couple of years, it’s probably a good time to let it go!
However, the number of bras you have will affect this timescale. For example, if you only have 3 bras which you alternate between for the year, you’ll end up wearing each one approximately 120 times in that year. But if you have a couple more (or you’re a lingerie addict like me and you have plenty more) that number will significantly reduce, meaning you can keep your bra for a longer period of time. A few signs you need to replace your bra are:

 You’re on the tightest hook, and the band is still too loose

 The cups have lost their shape

 The under wire is poking out or has broken

 Your weight has changed

 You can see any stains, rips, or holes

 Your bust is no longer uplifted by your bra


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