You can measure yourself at home!
Follow our super simple instructions and make sure you select your perfect fit.
So let's start by taking your measurements.
Step 1 Be Ready!
You will need:
a measuring tape,
a pen or pencil
and a piece of paper.
Or you can use your IPAD Or Mobile phone notes are great to use too.
There are two places to measure yourself for your bra. It's super important to get this right. Otherwise, you will have your cup half full, this means you need a different bra. So getting this right is vital to ensure your bra fits you properly.
Step 2 Measure your cup size!
Measure across your chest and around your back. This will give you your cup size. Measure in centimeters that way you will match our sizing chart.
Pro Tip - Make sure your wearing your best bra.
What's the difference for a cup size?
Why is it so important to get your cup size right?
Here’s a chart of standard size differences and how they equate to your cup size:
- If your bust size is less than 1 inch bigger than your band size, you’re a cup size AA.
- 1-inch difference = A
- 2-inch difference = B
- 3-inch difference = C
- 4-inch difference = D
- 5-inch difference = DD
- 6-inch difference = DDD or F
- 7-inch difference = DDDD or G
- 8-inch difference= H
- 9-inch difference = I
- 10-inch difference = J
- 11-inch difference = K
- 12-inch difference = L
- 13-inch difference = M
- 14-inch difference = N
- 15-inch difference = O
Step 3 Measure your band Size
To measure your actual bra size you need to measure like below. This will give you your bra size. Measure in centimeters that way you will match our sizing chart.
Size Does matter
Making sure you get your cup size and band size right will make sure you get a comfortable fit, all day everyday.
We have a great and simple bra size Calculator so you can find out exactly what size bra you should be wearing!
Who are we?
We are the new kid on the block in adaptive bra innovation. World Famous and super active in the fight for women to be able to dress with dignity.
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