For years, I used to use a gel-gel method when I used a bra. This method of bra fitting was great for me because it helped me get my breasts to fit, but I didn't like it that much because it felt like I had to squeeze the bra out for a good fit every time. This bra fitting method is not the best. It was not the best for me at first because it did not have the "tight" "slimming" feel, but it soon became very comfortable and I loved the fact that I could change the size with my fingers. Another reason I started to use a "gauge" was that I knew that my breasts are not going to grow a lot while I am wearing the same size. I had an "inverted triangle" and I wanted to see how much "dividing" I could get. So, I measured my breast using the most "gauge" I could find. After I measured the first "gauge" of my chest, I added on a second "gauge" and that was where I came up with the idea for a "gauge". It took a little research to find an "inverted triangle" that was more appropriate for this bra, but I was able to find several, one of the ones I chose was the one pictured here. The inverted triangle has no shape or contour to it.