Bra Sizes

Know the “Sister Bra Sizes” to Quickly Find a Bra That Fits

If the band fits, for example, but the cup doesn’t, change the letter but not the number (e.g., from 36C to 36B or 36D). To change the band size, change both the letter and the number, diagonally (see the graphic below for a clear example, going from 36C to 38B or 34D). And to change both the cup and the band size, adjust the number but not the letter (e.g., 36C to 34C or 38C).

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Simple Tips On How To Measure Your Bra Size
Step 1:
Band Measurement
To do so, place the tape above the breast and below the arms from the back. The number you get is going to be your band size.
Step 2:
Chest Measurement
Now place the measuring tape from the back on to the majority of your breast.
Now, take the difference between this measurement and the band size (obtained from step 1). The resulting number is your cup size. Each inch equals a cup.
Step 3:
Calculate The Difference: The difference between chest and band measurement is the cup size. Lettering in the bra size gives the cup size. Every inch equals one cup size.

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Bra Size Calculator

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