How can I tell if my bra fits properly?
- Your straps stay put on your shoulders and don’t dig in.
- Your breasts don’t overflow out of the cups.
- Your cups don’t gape.
- The underwire sits below (not on top of) your breasts.
- Your band fits snugly without feeling too tight.
How do I find out my bra size?
Your band fits, but your cups don’t: Go up a cup size (if too tight) or go down a cup size (if too loose).
Your cups fit, but your band doesn’t: Adjust both your band and cup size. Remember: if you go up a band size, you need to go down a cup size, and vice versa. (Ex: 34C equals 36B.)
Neither your cup or band fit: Go down a band size if they’re both too big, or go up a band size if they’re both too small. Though the letter is still the same, you’ll notice more room in your cups as they naturally adjust with your new band band. (Ex: If a 32D is too small, try a 34D.)
Using your current bra size as a starting point, refer to the chart above to refine your fit. Bra sizes that share a row are called sister sizes. Move across the chart if neither your cup or band fit, and move up/down the chart if your cups don’t fit. In between cup sizes? Go up or down a half-cup!
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