Choosing the right bra
Did you know that as many as 80% of women wear the wrong bra size or one that is not right for their shape? Even the most expensive outfit will not be flattering if your bra is not right.
A good bra is one that lifts, collects and holds the breasts firmly. At the same time, it should not hurt, cut or squash your breasts.
Once you have put on your bra, you can place part of the DD Pad inside the cup (please see Instructions for use).
We have prepared a guide to help you choose the right bra.
Let’s get started!
Firstly, the bra size is made up of a number and a letter.
The number reflects the band size (example 34, 36, 38 inches…)
The letter reflects the bra’s cup size (C, D, DD…)
To take your measurements wearing your best fitting bra (one that is not padded). You’ll also need a soft, flexible measuring tape.
Now, take these two measurements:
Step 1 – place the measuring tape around your torso, somewhat loosely, under your bust (parallel to the floor). Refer to the first part of the following table to determine your band size (in blue).
Step 2 – now take your bust measurement. Place the tape measure around the fullest part of your breasts, somewhat loosely, (parallel to the floor). Now, find your size in the column of your band size to find out your cup size.
All measurements are in inches.
To illustrate, we measured a band size under the bust of 35 inches – your correct band size is 38. You also measured the fullest part of the bust – 44.5 inches, which shows your cup size to be F.
According to the table, the correct bra size for these measurements is 38F.
Of course, you must try on the bra you wish to buy – pay attention as there are differences in sizing from manufacturer to manufacturer.
Enjoy your new bra!
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