“All Breasts are not created equal. Experts have identified seven different type of breasts” – glamour magazine
There are a lot considerations to determining breast type and size. This will include the width, length, and placement affecting what your set is like.
While size plays a part, the width and length of your breasts and the direction they point is, as well as where they’re placed on your chest, is also important.
According to Glmaour magazine, the lingerie fit pros at ThirdLove make a business out of getting women into the right bras and offered to share their diagrams identifying what each breast type looks like (and which bra’s best for them)
Listed are the various types and shapes
If your breasts are a round shape and are equally full on top and bottom, then you’re lucky enough not to need too much support.
The type: East West What it is: Your ladies gravitate toward the outside of your torso, pointing outward and leaving some space in the direct center of your chest. What type of bra is best: A T-shirt bra will give you all the shaping you need.
The type: Separated Sisters What it is: Breasts are fuller than East West but still fall out toward the sides of the body. What type of bra is best: A plunge style, which will help pull the breasts up and together.
The type: Globe-Trotters What it is: Breasts are very round and equally full on top and bottom. What type of bra is best: Since your pair doesn’t need to be moved much, consider a thin, unlined style that offers a light amount of coverage.
The type: Skinny Minnies What it is: Most likely a small cup size, the breast is longer than wide. What type of bra is best: A plunge is your best bet for helping to center and lift your breasts. Depending on your cup size and desired look, consider a bra with padding on the outer curve
The type: Sisters, Not Twins What it is: Both ladies are not the same size and can be asymmetrical in shape. What type of bra is best: If the size difference is enough to be noticeable, shop for a style with removable inserts, allowing you to remove the padding on the side with your larger breast.
The type: Quintessentials What it is: If there was such a thing as a normal breast, this would be it. The shape is teardrop, belling out slightly at the bottom. What type of bra is best: Pretty much any style will work, so shop based on what you prefer, coverage- and lift-wise.