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Finding the right bra can be hard,
but we’re here to help make it easier.
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.
If you’ve ever wondered how to measure bra size, then we’ve got you covered. Here are some simple tips, plus a handy DIY bra size calculator.
Also, if you don’t happen to have a measuring tape, don’t worry. We have a few ideas on alternative tools you can use.
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.
Use a ruler, smartphone app, or other measuring device on that item later.
You’re going to take two measurements: around your rib cage is your band size. The measurement from around your bust is going to help us determine your cup size.
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.
Find your ideal size in the chart below
Bra sizes and measurements vary from country to country. For instance, US and UK bra band sizes are equivalent, but cup sizes vary. When you start to get into EU, Australian, French, and Czechian sizes, though, things start to really get confusing.
For example, a size 36DDD in the US is a size 36E in the UK and a size 80E in the EU. Rather than trying to re-take your measurements for each country, it’s best to use a bra size converter to determine which size you should buy depending on which country you’re sourcing your bras from.
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