Knowing your band size is essential to a good fit.
Our EZ-Fit method is simple and straightforward.
1- Measure under the Bust
2- Measure across the Bust
3- Pull over head
1. BAND measurement - measure around directly under bust round to nearest whole number
2. BUST measurement - measure fullest part of the bust holding tape parallel with the floor
Size Chart- Shop by Band size
fits A & B cups desiring full coverage
What do the numbers and letters mean?
The numbers - like 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, tell you the band size – that's the part of the bra that goes around your torso.
When you measure your torso as 32 inches around and your full bust as 36 inches around; that means your band size is 32 inches and there's a four-inch difference between your total bust size and your band size. A four-inch difference is equivalent to a “D” cup size, so your final bra size is 32D.
The letters - like A, B, C, D, DD,- stand for cup sizes.
When you measure your torso as 30 inches around, then your band size is 30 inches. A full bust measurement of 35 inches means your full-bust is 5 inches more than your band size is equivalent to a “DD” cup size; a final bra size of 30DD.
Cup sizes in Inches- 1 = A cup, 2 = B cup, 3 = C cup, 4 = D cup, 5 = DD cup
Band measurements round up to nearest even number
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