Fitting Advice

 Over 80% of women are still wearing the wrong size bra, the wrong shape bras or old non supportive bras that have lost their elasticity. Ill fitting bras cause sagging, discomfort, back and neck pain, bruising etc and just look awful.

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Measureing with a tapermeasure usualy only work up to D cup. So the following measurement chart is only a general guide, sizes can vary from one brand to another if you need any help regarding sizing please give us a call as we have qualified fitters in house. These are a general guidelines for establishing a good starting point, sizes will vary depending on what style of bra you are wearing.

Finding Your Band Size.
Measurements should be taken while wearing a bra. The measuring tape should be held snug but not tight while measuring. Begin by wearing your best fitting bra - unpadded and not a minimizer or sports bra. Measure around the back under the Arm Pits across top part of bust, which gives you your band size.

E.G. 38" USA which is equal to Size 16 (Refer chart below)

 

USA

32

34

36

38

40

42

44

46

48

50

52

54

AUST

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

 

Finding Your Cup Size
. - Measure around the high point or fullest point of the bustline while wearing a bra.

If you measure 43 Inches subtract this from your band measurement for.

Example Band Size e.g. 38" - 43" = 5 Inches = DD Cup Size (refer chart below).

Difference

Standard Cup Size

0"-1/2" (1.3cm)

AA

1/2"-1" (2.6cm)

A

2" (5.1cm)

B

3" (7.6cm)

C

4" (10.2cm)

D

5" (12.7cm)

DD

6" (15.2cm)

E

7" (17.8cm)

F

8" (20.3cm)

FF

9" (22.9cm)

G

10" (25.4cm)

H

11" (27.5cm)

I

12" (30.1cm)

J

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