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Your bra should feel like a second skin, like it’s not there!

A good-quality, well-adjusted bra in the right size can make all the difference, both in comfort and appearance.

Knowing what to look for when trying on a bra isn’t always obvious. Here are some tips to help ensure that you choose bras that fit you to a T.


Are you wearing the correct size?

Did you know that three out of four women wear the wrong size or do not properly adjust their bras? Look your best and stay comfortable by choosing a bra that is fitted and adjusted to your body. Bra sizes vary as much as dress or pant sizes. Choosing the wrong size can impact your comfort and appearance. Since your body changes over time, we suggest that you get a bra fitting at least once a year.

We also recommend a fitting by a professional. However, with our handy guide, you can easily measure yourself. Simply watch the video or enter your measurements below.

Determining your size

Take your measurements while wearing a bra. Be sure the tape is not pulled too tight, but rests snugly against your body. To reduce the risk of error, we suggest that you get another person to measure you.

Remember: these measurements only serve as a guide, since your size may vary depending on style and brand.

1

Measure the ribcage for band size

See detailed explanation A
  • To determine your band size, stand up straight with your arms at your sides.
  • Holding the measuring tape parallel to the ground and just beneath the bust, measure from the back to the front.
  • The tape should be snug against the ribcage without feeling tight.
  • Check that the measuring tape is level in the back.
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cm
2

Measure the bust for cup size

See detailed explanation A
  • To determine your bust size, stand up straight with your arms at your sides.
  • Keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground, measure from back to front, holding the tape over the fullest part of the bust.
  • Hold the tape firmly, making sure that it doesn’t pinch or feel tight.
  • Check that the measuring tape is level in the back.