Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to Bellie Beth’s FAQ page! We’re covering our most asked questions. We’ll answer all your top questions in the list below.

1. Where are you located?

Our address 74 Old Placentia Road, Mount Pearl. We are in Glenhill Plaza near the intersection of Ruth Avenue & Old Placentia Road, in the same parking lot as Menchie's and Acropolis Pizza. Get Directions

2. Do I need an appointment?

We don't require appointments for standard bra fittings. Our staff is fully trained and happy to help you during any reguar business hours. If you are coming in for a post-surgery breast form fitting we do require an appointment. Please call us at 709 747 1800 to arrange a time.

3. What sizes do you carry?

We stock bras from B - HH/L cups and 32-46 bands, and lingerie from S - XXXL depending on style.

4. What is your price range?

Our average bra is in the $70-90 range. We do have some that are less and some that are more, but we have plenty of options in this particular price point. A good bra is an investment and you will find it worth the quality, fit and comfort.

5. Why does my new bra feel uncomfortable?

When you first get your new bra, it may feel tight or uncomfortable - this is normal! A new bra needs to be broken in, just like a new pair of shoes. In addition, most people have been wearing the wrong size, sometimes for years, as a result your new bra will feel different. As you wash and wear it, the material will stretch and soften. The band should fit snug to your body. If you were previously wearing a bra that was too loose, this may take some getting used to. The center or “gore” of the bra should lay flat against your sternum, which will also take some getting used to if this is your fist time wearing a properly fitted bra. It generally takes 4-6 wears before a new bra is comfortable. If the bra still feels tight, loosening the straps should alleviate some discomfort.

6. How should I wash my bra?

Our recommendation is to hand wash your bras. The washing machine will twist and turn your bras, which is not good for the wire or elastic. We suggest washing your bras every 3–4 wears to preserve the elastic. Never put your bras in the dryer.

7. I have red marks under my bra. Is this normal?

Yes, it is normal to have red marks along your bra line, particularly if the bra is new. This comes from the band fitting snugly against your body to provide support, similar to the band in a pair of gym socks.

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