Size chart

HOW TO CALCULATE YOUR BRA SIZE

STEP 1. MEASURE FOR BAND SIZE

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Be sure you’re wearing a well-fitting, non-padded bra. Wrap the measuring tape snugly around your rig cage, directly under your bustline. Round all fractional measurements to the nearest whole number. Then refer to the bra chart on the right.

STEP 2. MEASURE FOR CUP SIZE

cup-measureMeasure at the fullest part of your bust. Ensure tape is parallel with the ground and not binding. Round all fractional measurements to the nearest whole number.

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After band size measures 38, the band size should be the closest higher number to your actual measurement. So, 41.5” is a 42 band. A 41” measurement is a 42 band.

STEP 3. CALCULATE YOUR BRA SIZE

Subtract your band measurement (Step 1) from your cup measurement (Step 2). Generally, for a difference in each inch, the cup goes up by one size. For example:

STEP 1

band-measure

34” under measurement
= 36” band

STEP 2

cup-measure

38” over measurement

STEP 3

difference

38”-36” = 2” or Cup “B” Your size would be 36B


HOW TO GET THE PERFECT FIT

There are times in your life when regular bra won’t work for you. Find out how to make sure you’re always getting the perfect fit.

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Avoid bits & pieces poking out of tops and sides

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Wrinkling and puckering means the cup is too big

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If it rides up, it’s too loose. The bra should lay straight

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No digging and no slipping

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The underwire should be under the breast. Try a bigger size



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REAL SUPPORT DESIGN

Bras are structured to keep breasts from moving around. They are supposed to prevent sagging and strain on the neck and back. The purpose of the cups is to hold the breasts; the underband then holds the bra in place. The straps help to mete out the weight around the shoulders and upper back area. Bra structure is important to understand because you should know how your bra works and how it should fit on your body. The straps should not be crucial to the support of the bra. They do help to mete out the weight around the shoulders and upper back area.

One important factor of bras is their “lift” ability. Some bras provide more lift than others do, so how do you know when you’re getting the best lift? The way to know if your breasts are in the right place is to bend your arm at the elbow and form a 90-degree angle. Then, lay your arm down across the middle. Your breasts should be sitting about half way between your shoulders and your elbow.

Our real support design factors all this. It incorporate principles of shape dynamics determined by an understanding of the human anatomy – Indian anatomy.


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