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Easy Way to Determine Bra Size

There are two main components to determine bra size. Band Width (such as 32, 34, 36, 38, 40…) and Cup Size (A, B, C,D…). Let’s get started, if you have someone to help you take the measurements it is easier, but not necessary.

Band Size

For accurate results wear a non-padded bra, we recommend wearing your best fitting bra, one that does not minimize or enhance your bust. You will need a soft measuring tape. Hold the tape measure around your back at band level, which is around your rib cage and directly below your bust. Be sure the tape is straight and flat across your back and parallel to the floor. Make sure the tape is pulled snugly around you. Round the measurement to the nearest whole inch, either up or down.

Once you have the number, add 4 inches if it is an even number (30+4=34 band width) or if it is an odd number, add five inches (33+5=38 band width). The final number is your band width! Remember this is a supposed band width number. Fit is all that matters, so don’t be stuck on the actual number letter combo should you need to vary your size to get the perfect fit.

Cup Size

Take your soft measuring tape, standing with your arms at your sides, measure around your body at the fullest part of your bust (nipple level). Make sure the tape is parallel to the floor and not binding. This will determine your bust size. Round this number up or down to the nearest whole inch. Subtract your band size measurement from the second, larger measurement. The difference will determine your cup size.

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Difference
Standard Cup Size
0 – ½”
AA
½ – 1”
A
2”
B
3”
C
4”
D
5”
DD or E
6”
DDD or F
7”
G
8”
H
9”
I
10”
J
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