Wrap the measuring tape snugly around your rib cage, just under your bust. If you are wearing an underwire bra, tuck the tape under the wire.
Make sure the tape measure is flat against your ribcage and is parallel to the floor all the way around.
Exhale and take your measurement, ensuring your fingers are not under the measuring tape.
Use the chart below to
find your band size.
Use the chart below to find your band size.
Your breasts should fill your cups without spilling over or gapping – and when wearing an underwire, it shouldn’t poke you.
Wrap the measuring tape loosely around the widest part of your bust.
Make sure the tape measure is flat against you and parallel to the floor all the way around.
Inhale and take your measurement, ensuring your fingers are not under the measuring tape.
Subtract your band size from your bust measurement. Every inch difference equals one cup size (so if you are a 34 band size and have a 38” bust measurement, 38-34 = 4 inches, a D cup).
CORRECTING COMMON FIT ISSUES
Not sure if you’ve found your perfect bra size? Use the fit guide below to make sure your band and cups fit properly.
A perfect fitting band should lay flat across your back, parallel to the floor.
Band rides up
Try a different hook, or a smaller band size.
Band is too tight
Solution: Try a looser hook or a larger band size.
Your cups should sit smoothly and wire flat underneath your bust.
A proper fitting cup should not gap or poke you.
Cups are gapping
Solution: Try a smaller cup and/or band size.
Spilling over the cup
Solution: Try a larger cup size.
Bra straps should fit snugly over the shoulders, but shouldn’t be your main support – that’s the band’s job.
Straps slip off
First, try tightening the straps. If they still slip off, try a smaller band size.
Straps dig in
Loosen the straps. If they still dig in, try a larger cup.