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Home BRAS. Bras Prosetheses Mastectomy and Post-op. Bra sizes and styles can vary, so if you are in any doubt at all, do feel free to by phone or and we can talk you through it. All our consultants know our stock well and can advise on the correct bra to suit your needs.
Having a band size that is too large is the most common error women make when buying a bra.
To get it right, measure in inches directly under your breasts around your rib cage, ensuring the tape measure goes straight across your back at the same place as where your bra would sit. Make sure the tape measure is sitting tightly on your skin. If you are a DD cup or more, we recommend you go to the firmer fit for extra support.
Measuring Your Cup Size Your cup size is a little 36 g breasts to measure, so please remember this is a guide only and can vary for some women depending on your breast shape and body shape. Ideally you would take this measurement over your best fitting non-padded bra so that your breasts are as uplifted as possible. Measure again now around the fullest part of your breasts and then find the difference between that and your band measurement. Now look at the table below to find your estimated cup size: Please note that your cup size is not constant across the band size.
For example a 14C is a bigger cup than a 12C. So if the cup size fits well but you need a bigger band size, you will need to reduce one size in the cup when you go up a size in the band.
Thus a 14C that is too tight in the band would correspond to a 16B. Remember not to get too hung up on measurements. Bad Fitting Bra - The straps are digging into your shoulders. Loosen the shoulder straps or chose a bra with a wider strap. The cup is too small, go up in cup size. Go up in cup size. Common s of an ill-fitting bra are an overflowing cup, the band riding up your back, and straps that cut into your shoulders.
If your bra fits correctly, it should not be painful or uncomfortable to wear. We recommend that you come into the shop when possible for a specialised fitting with one of our consultants, especially pre or post breastfeeding, or if you have changed weight ificantly in the past 6 months.
However, we understand that this is not always possible, so please use the guide below to ascertain your correct bra size. Please note that the band size or chest size is the part of your bra size. The cup size is the letter part.
For example if you are in a 36 D, then 36 is the band and D is the cup. These days, the band size is usually indicated by a size as used in other clothing — 14, 16, 18 etc. Both sets of s are used in our size guide below to avoid confusion. Hip cm. Hip inches.36 g breasts
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Large Breasts: E Cup through K Cup Boobs