Bra Sizing Guide
How to Measure Bra Size:
About bra sizing:
We all know that mostly 75%-80% women are wearing the wrong bra size. Is it true? We are their to make it wrong. The fact is that our bodies mostly the integral parts change all the time (even just within a year or two), as we gain or lose weight, as we gain or lose muscle tone with exercise, with pregnancy or nursing, and simply as we age. So even if you were wearing the right size just last year, you may need a change now. We're here to help.
Should you measure?
We're not big fans of measuring. Why? It's an art…not a science. The fact is that it's difficult to measure your bra size, especially if you're wearing a bra that doesn't fit well. It seems like a catch 32, and it is. That's why we advise that you check your fit with our Trouble shooting guide. first- it's the best starting point.
Call for a fit consultation:
We can help you troubleshoot your fit. Put on your best fitting bra, and give us a call at 09870324320 We'll talk you through how to check your fit, and help you determine next steps. Often, it's a matter of adjusting your cup size or your band size- not necessarily both. Many women are wearing too loose a band size, or two small a cup size- we can help you figure that out.
Bra fitting is an art, not a science:
Bra fitting takes many years to perfect. We've been fitting bras for over 10 years. So we understand the intricacies of doing it well. Women's bodies are all different, that's why a cookie-cutter measuring system isn't going to deliver the best results for you. If you need a starting point, it does help to measure your band size- we'll show you the basics below.
If you need to measure:
Sometimes you really just need a starting point. When that's the case- you can start here. But remember, it's typically more accurate to use our bra fit checklist and troubleshooting Q&A if you already have a bra. If you need to start from scratch, here are the basics on bra size measuring. Remember- you can always call us and we'll gladly walk you through it.
Measuring band size:
There are two ways to measure your band size. The best bet is to do it both ways to see if you get a consistent measurement.
Find Your Bra Size:
Step 1 - Band Measurement. While wearing a well-fitted, unpadded bra (not a push-up or sports bra), place a measuring tape around your back, underneath your arms, and above your bust , keeping it snug and straight across your back as you take the measurement. If it’s an odd number, round up to the next whole even number—a measurement of 31", for example, should be rounded up to 32". This is your band size—the number in a bra size.
Step 2 - Chest Measurement. Place the measuring tape around your back and over the fullest part of your bust. Leave the measuring tape looser on this measurement, and make sure the tape is completely horizontal around your back. Take this measurement and deduct your band measurement from Step 1. The difference calculates your cup size, every inch equals a cup. See the Universal Size Chart Below and find the difference in column 1. This is your cup size.
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