Measuring Bra Size

Measuring bra size. Visit a bra fitter every three years when measuring bra size to avoid wearing the same B cup, C cup, or D cup you wore in high school. Basically, you measure the top part of your chest...

Basically, you measure the top part of your chest cavity above your bra, and then you would measure across the fullest part of your breast. If you have an inch difference in the two numbers, you have an A cup, 2 inches is B cup, 3 inches is C cup. For example, if you measure a little bit above your breast cavity at a 34, and the fullest part of your breast comes up to be 36, that is two inches difference, making your size a 34 B. Women's bodies change, and many times they don't even know it.


You may have a baby, get older, gain weight, lose weight, and still be wearing the same bra size you wore in high school. We encourage women to get measured at least every three years if not every year.


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