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What's My Bra Size

It’s hard to find the right size for your bra but fear not, we’re here to guide you.

Women know that one size never fits all. In fact, finding the perfect style, shape, and size for your girls may look like an ever-revolving door of bras until you find the right one.

How to measure

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Step 1

First off, you need your measurements. If you can’t get your hands on a measuring tape, find a piece of string, a scarf, or even just an article of clothing that is long enough to wrap around your chest.

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Step 2

You’re going to take two measurements: around your rib cage is your band size (underband). The measurement from around your bust is going to help us determine your cup size (Overbust).

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Step 3

Your cup size is the difference between your band and bust measurements. Subtract your band size from your bust size, then use the bra size chart below to find your cup size.

Bra calculator: Finding your size

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Supportive Comfort Bra
Everyday Throw-On Bralette
Racerback Sport Bra

Enter your measurements in inches or centimeters in the calculator. If you measured an odd number or at a half-inch mark, we recommend rounding down to the nearest even number.

Our calculator works with our best sellers, so be sure to select the right product to get the perfect bra size.

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Your ideal size with us: 36DD = M

Your ideal size with us: 36DD = M

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Bra Size Chart

Explanation video: Finding my size

Explanation video

bra calculator

Bra Size Chart

Explanation video: Finding my size

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bra calculator

Bra Size Chart

bra calculator

Bra Size Chart

FAQs

How to Use The Bra Size Chart

Choosing a bra in the correct size is incredibly important for both comfort and health reasons. A bra that is too tight can cause discomfort, chafing, and reduced circulation, while a bra that is too loose can cause the breasts to sag and result in back pain.

Finally, a correctly sized bra can give the wearer an extra boost of self-confidence. Wearing a bra in the correct size can help to make the breasts look better and make the wearer feel more comfortable and confident in their own body.

How to find the best bra for your breast shape?

1.- Determine your band size. To do this, measure your rib cage just below your bust line. Round up to the nearest whole number and add 4 inches. This is your band size.

2.- Measure around your bust line at the fullest part to find your bust size and then subtract your band size from your bust size. The difference will determine the cup size you need.

3.- Check the size chart. Once you have your band size and cup size, check the size chart to find the corresponding bra size.

What are the different types of bras?



There are countless types of bras, but the most common ones are:

1.-Push-up Bras: These bras feature extra padding on the inside of the cups to create a lifted and rounded appearance.

2.-Balconette Bras: These bras are designed with a low-cut neckline and wide-set straps to provide lift and support.

3.- Plunge Bras: These bras feature a deep V-neckline and cups that provide support and cleavage enhancement.

4.- T-Shirt Bras: These bras are designed to remain invisible under clothes while providing a smooth, seamless look.

5.- Sports Bras: These bras provide extra support and coverage while performing physical activities.

6.- Strapless Bras: These bras are designed to be worn without straps for an invisible look under clothing.

7.- Bralettes: These bras are designed for comfort and often feature light padding, minimal coverage, and delicate details.

8.- Wireless Bras: The non-wired bra doesn't have a metal underwire in the cups, making it much more flexible and easy to move in. The elasticity of the band and straps provide support to your breasts. Perfect for comfort and long periods.

What is the best bra brand?



The answer to this question is ultimately up to personal preference. Some people may have a favorite bra brand that they prefer, while others may not care as much.

Ultimately, it’s important to find a bra that fits well and provides the right level of support and comfort. Quality and fit should be the main considerations when selecting a bra.

How to wash bras

To properly wash your bras, it is recommended to use a gentle cleanser for washing your bras, and you can either hand-wash or machine-wash them to suit your preference.

How to Hand Wash Bras

Pre-treat: wet your soft towel with water and mild soap and gently dab on stains on the cup, corners, and straps of your bra.

Soak: using a mild detergent and cool water, soak your bra and leave for 30 minutes.

Rinse: remove suds by using cool water. Gently squeeze to remove excess water but never wring.

Air-Dry: lay your bra flat on a towel and gently press to squeeze out excess water, or air dry them on a hanger. Never put your bras in a drying machine. The heat damages the elasticity.

How to Machine Wash Bras

Set The Cycle: always set your machine to a gentle/delicate cycle, use cold water and a mild detergent.

Hook: make sure that the hooks are clasped to avoid tangling and damage.

Use A Wash Bag: keep your bras safe with a Meshin’ Around Wash Bag or a Delicate Care Bra Saver.

Air-Dry: lay your bra flat on a towel and gently press to squeeze out excess water, or air dry them on a hanger. Never put your bras in a drying machine. The heat damages the elasticity.

How to store your bras correctly

Bras should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. They should also be stored away from other fabrics that may cause snags or tears.

Bras should be folded in half so the cups are facing each other, and then folded again so that the straps are tucked into the cups.

This prevents them from becoming misshapen. Bras should be stored in a drawer with dividers or containers to keep them organized.

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