The bra size also known as brassiere measurement or bust size is the measure which indicates the size characteristics of a bra. Bra sizes are usually expressed as scales, with a number of systems being in use around the world. The scales take into account the band length and the cup size.
Wearing an ill-fitting bra is pretty common. In the past, even Holly Willoughby has admitted that she may be wearing the wrong bra size. There was no tape measure present in this decision-making process.
Anyone who has worn an ill-fitting bra or the wrong bra size knows that doing so can ruin an otherwise flawless outfit—or worse, an entire day. The breast pain and backaches that can come with large breasts are nothing to joke about. Bra size is notoriously fickle between different lingerie brands; a C-cup at one store can easily be a D-cup at another, and some bra sizes can grow and shrink especially in band size over the course of a day or between washings.
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Welcome to Linda's online Bra Size Calculator! Our bra fitting calculator is based on measurements in inches. Keep in mind that accurately measuring bra size with a tape measure is not always an exact science, so feel free to reach out to our bra fit experts for further help. With your bra on, measure firmly around your rib cage, directly underneath your breasts.
Figuring out the correct size can be tricky unless you do your homework first. This guide will help you measure yourself correctly to determine the size you will need chest size and cup size. This will be important when buying a bra as well as other clothing that uses bra or cup measurements, such as bathing suits.