Bra Size Guide
BAND & CUP BRAS
Sizing for underwire bra styles that are available in band & cup sizes 32A to 44D.
Finding your band measurement
Make sure you are wearing an unpadded bra to find your most accurate measurement. Place measuring tape around rib cage directly under bust where the band of your bra would sit. Ensure measuring tape remains parallel to the floor. If someone else is measuring you, keep you hands down by your side. Pull the measuring tape snug and record your measurement. Round up or down to the nearest full inch. If your rib cage measurement is an odd number, add 3”, if your measurement is an even number, add 2”, this is your band size.
Finding your cup measurement
Place the measuring tape around the fullest part of your bust, parallel to the floor. If someone is measuring you, keep your arms by your side. Pull the tape lightly so that it stays in place to gather your measurement, do not pull snug. Round this number up or down to the nearest full inch. Subtract your rib cage measurement from your full bust measurement and use the below chart to determine your cup size.
Tips to finding the right fit
• Center front of bra should lay flat against your chest; a gap indicates the cup is too small.
• Your band should remain parallel to the ground even when moving arms. Bra movement indicates the band may be too big.
• Adjust shoulder straps so they are comfortably snug.
• Your breast should fit entirely inside the cup with the underwire supporting. If you are spilling on top or sides, or your cups lift, they may be too small.
Use your band sizing to find your fit in wireless bra styles that are available in sizes XXS to 4X.