My name is Jasmin and I live in beautiful Munich. When I first heard about breast asymmetry, I was 14 years old. A friend told me about her different-sized breasts. She used to buy two bras of different sizes and used to cut them up and sew them together to make a new matching bra.
When I asked her: “Why don’t you just buy a bra made for different-sized breasts” she replied: “I certainly would if there was one!” Last year another friend told me the same story. Since she had lost weight, her breasts had become unequal in size. And so, my research began.
After searching the internet extensively, I couldn’t find a single online shop offering bras for asymmetrical breasts. On the other hand, when I search for advice or tips, I come across more websites that want to tell women that asymmetrical breasts are abnormal and that they should undergo breast surgery than websites that confirm the normality of breasts of different sizes.
So I decided that I wanted to make a change – in retail and especially in the self-perception of women. Thank you for your interest – you are now part of the “bra revolution”!
What causes breast asymmetry?
All bodies have one thing in common: they are asymmetrical to a certain degree. Sometimes less and sometimes more. The more pronounced the asymmetry, the more noticeable it is to the woman – but even small differences in size can make some women feel uncomfortable in their own bodies. There is no reason for this feeling of discomfort. After all, you have no influence on it. Breast asymmetry can be caused by many different factors, such as:
Genetic factors and heredity
Growth phases, e.g. during puberty
Hormonal swings or changes
During and after pregnancy, e.g. breastfeeding
Tissue changes due to radiotherapy of the breast
Accidents and scarring, e.g. burns
Malformations after infection or inflammation
After surgical interventions, e.g. tumour removal
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