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These Natural Shape Breast Forms are premium! They have a natural shape, realistic detail and versatile accessories.
Choose the Natural Shape for a very natural and passable appearance. This asymmetric-triangular design fits nicely into most pocketed bras and extended wings improve blending with the male torso. They also have a realistic level of fill and droop for more passable results. For a fuller and more rounded bust, check out the Enhanced shape.
Superior Surface Detail:
The polyurethane shell is textured to reduce gloss and additional manufacturing steps have been performed to create subtle nipple details. These breast forms look so great that we recommend pairing them with a sheer bra!
Proform Traditionals are exceptionally soft for a realistic feel and bounce. They’re filled with a platinum-cured silicone gel, so they will not harden with age, as cheaper forms often do.
Enjoy our most professional attachment options! DressTech manufactures Precision Tapes to precisely fit each size and shape of the Proform line. Another alternative is our breast form adhesive (and you’ll want the remover too!) for getting down on the dance floor all night!
Luxurious Quality: Proform Traditionals are professionally made in the USA and backed by a 12-month warranty against manufacturing defects.
Step 1: Determine your band size.
Measure your chest circumference approximately two inches below the nipples. Round the measurement to the nearest whole number of inches. Then, add an additional 4 inches if you got an even number. Add an additional 5 inches if it was an odd number. This is your bra band size.
Example: If you measured 32.25", you would round to 32" and add 4 more inches to get 36". If you measured 34.75", you would round to 35" and add 5 more inches to get 40".
Note: Why is this so confusing? Well, bra sizing was originally measured across the fullest part of the breast. Shortly after WWII, the whole world switched to measuring just beneath the breast. However, US bra manufactures refused to adjust their bra sizing, so we have to add 4 or 5 inches. The "Plus 4" method was devised as a temporary fix and has persisted to this day.
Step 2: Determine your desired cup size.
Consider the following to get you into the ballpark:
A or B cup looks natural on a slim figure and won't attract too much attention.
C or D cup looks attractive and balanced on average body types.
DD or larger tends to look best on larger, curvy figures.
The best cup size is a matter of personal preference; there's no right or wrong answer. Smaller breasts are more comfortable to wear for extended periods and may attract less attention when trying to pass in public. However, larger breasts will help your sexy evening attire pop. Think about your habits and goals, then pick a cup size that works for you.
Step 3: Breast Form Size
Each brand and style of breast form fits a little differently. Use the appropriate chart below to find your recommended breast form size.