Not Your Mother's Bra. _ Part 1 of 5

How to Measure

Step 1. Use a soft measuring tape measure your band size.

  • This is a measurement of your ribcage and should be taken were the contour of your bust meets your abdomen.

  • This measurement is what you will use for your band size (the number).

Measure where the fold of the breast tissue meets the ribcage.

Measure where the fold of the breast tissue meets the ribcage.

 

Step 2. Measure across the fullest part of your bust line.

  •  The second measure is taken across the fullest part of your bust line.
  • For every inch difference between the first measurement and the second you must go up a cup size (the letter).

Measure for the cup size across the fullest part of your bust line.

Measure for the cup size across the fullest part of your bust line.

 

 FOR BOTH MEASUREMENTS THE MEASURING TAPE SHOULD BE TAKEN STRAIGHT ACROSS AND AROUND YOUR BODY. THESE MEASUREMENTS ARE USED AS A GUIDELINE WHEN FINDING YOUR BRA SIZE.

ALL BRA STYLES AND BRANDS WILL FIT DIFFERENTLY AND YOU WILL HAVE TO ADJUST ACCORDINGLY. STAY TUNED TO UPCOMING POSTS FOR TIPS ON WHAT TO LOOK FOR ONCE YOU'VE TRIED ON YOUR BRA AND HOW TO ADJUST SIZES.