How to Measure Your Bra Size

Follow these simple tips to determine your bra size: First, put on a comfortable bra--one that doesn't minimize or boost your breasts. Then grab a measuring tape that can wrap easily around your body.

According to the chart above, our woman would be a 34 C.

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Your Band Stand in front of a large mirror wearing a non-padded bra. Wrap a soft measuring tape around your back at band level, under each arm and around the front. Measure just above your bust, right about where the straps meet the top of the cup. Enter this number in the Band Size box below. Tip: Odd number? Round down to the nearest even number.
To find your bra size, you'll need a tape measure and your best-fitting bra (preferably an underwire, not a minimizer or sports bra). If you don't have a flexible tape measure, you can use a string. 1.
Many women struggle to find a perfectly-fitted bra and often have no clue of their true size. Then take the tape measure across your bust and again measure in inches, rounding to the nearest inch.
Measure for Band Size. A. Measure your underbust using a tape measure, making sure the tape is parallel with the ground. It should not be loose or binding. .
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Your Band Stand in front of a large mirror wearing a non-padded bra. Wrap a soft measuring tape around your back at band level, under each arm and around the front. Measure just above your bust, right about where the straps meet the top of the cup. Enter this number in the Band Size box below. Tip: Odd number? Round down to the nearest even number.

We recommend starting with a soft measuring tape and wearing your best-fitting non-padded bra. Round your measurement to the nearest whole number. Match your measurement to the chart above to determine your band size. If the measurement falls on the half inch, round up to the nearest whole number.

Once you've got your band and cup measurements, simply subtract your band size from your cup size. Take the difference between the numbers and match it to the chart above to determine your cup size. For example we are going to use a woman with a 34" band size and a 37" cup size. According to the chart above, our woman would be a 34 C. If you're still unsure what size to go with, reach out to our wonderful Customer Loyalty Team. Give us a call or live chat with us today.

And remember, if you end up ordering the wrong size, Zappos offers free exchanges. Bra Size Guide Our size charts and measuring tips will help you order the correct bra size. Measuring your Band Size: Stand in front of a large mirror wearing your best-fitting non-padded bra. Wrap a soft measuring tape around the bottom band, right under your bust. The measuring tape should be parallel to the ground and lay gently on top of your body without being too snug or loose.

Measuring your Cup Size: Wearing the same bra, keep the tape around your back at band level, measure at the fullest part of your bust. Make sure the tape isn't too tight by taking a full breath in and exhaling so the tape falls to its most comfortable-yet-fitted position. Round to the nearest whole number. If the number is even, add four inches. Your band size is the sum of this calculation. So if you measured 32 inches, your band size is If you measured 33 inches, your band size is Wrap the measuring tape somewhat loosely around the fullest part of your chest at nipple level.

Subtract your band size from your bust measurement and refer to chart. So how can you tell if a particular style fits? Bend forward at the waist, then slip on the bra and hook it. This ensures your breasts are completely in the cups. The back of the bra should be level with the front. Make sure the bra is not too loose.

You should be able to slide only one finger underneath the band. First, tighten the band, then shorten the straps. Put on a close-fitting shirt over the bra. If the cups pucker or your breasts bulge, you're not wearing the correct size.

Look at yourself sideways in a mirror. Your breasts should sit midway between your shoulders and elbows. If not, you need a more supportive and better-fitting bra. If you need to go down a cup size for fit, go up one band size, and vice versa.

For example, if a 34C is too big for you, move to a 36B.

While braless or wearing a non-padded bra, measure around the bottom of the band, directly under your bust. The measuring tape should be level and very snug. Round to the nearest whole number. If the number is even, add four inches. If it’s odd, add five. Your band size is the sum of this calculation. Measure for Band Size. A. Measure your underbust using a tape measure, making sure the tape is parallel with the ground. It should not be loose or binding. . 7. Combine the band size with your bust letter to get your bra size. So, we would bring a 34C to the dressing room to start! We love this method to get you one step closer to a great fitting bra.