Are you looking for your perfect bra size? Check out our bra size chart! This guide will show you the most common bra sizes and how they correspond to the different band and cup sizes.
Whether you’re looking for a new bra or just curious about your current size, this bra size chart is a great resource!
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Standard Bra Sizes
A bra size is typically composed of two numbers, the band size, and the cup size.
The band size is the numerical measurement around your torso, just underneath your breasts, and the cup size is the letter measurement that corresponds to the amount of breast coverage you need.
As shown in the chart below, different letters correspond to different cup sizes.
Band & Cup Sizes
|Band Sizes||Cup Sizes|
Many women find that they need a different bra size depending on the type of bra they are wearing.
A sports bra, for example, will have a smaller band size and larger cup size than a standard bra. It’s important to measure your bra size accurately to find the best fit for you.
|A Bra Sizes||Under Band||Cup Size|
|B Bra Sizes||Under Band||Cup Size|
|C Bra Sizes||Under Band||Cup Size|
|D Bra Sizes||Under Band||Cup Size|
|DD Bra Sizes||Under Band||Cup Size|
|DDD Bra Sizes||Under Band||Cup Size|
|G Bra Sizes||Under Band||Cup Size|
|H Bra Sizes||Under Band||Cup Size|
Bralettes & Sports Bras Sizes
How to Measure Your Bra Size
To measure your bra size, you’ll need a soft measuring tape.
Wrap the tape around your torso underneath your breasts to get your band size.
Then, measure around the fullest part of your breasts to get your cup size. See the diagram below for more help.
International Band Size
International bra band sizes, which make it easy for you to calculate the difference between each country.
International Cup Size
An easy international bra cup size that you can read, and understand the cup sizes by country.
How To Use The Bra Chart?
Plentyofbra has created this bra size chart as a guide to help you find your correct size. The sizes are from 28 to 54 and AA to O bra size.
If you are not sure of your bra size please refer to our how-to measure bra size.
Common Mistakes When Measuring Bra Size
There are a few common mistakes that people make when measuring their bra size.
One common mistake is measuring too tight or too loose. Make sure that the tape is snug but not too tight and parallel to the ground.
How to Find the Right Bra for You
Once you’ve measured your bra size, it’s time to find the right bra for you.
Not all bras are created equal – some fit better than others, and it’s important to find a bra that is both comfortable and supportive.
When trying on bras, make sure the band is snug and fits parallel to the ground.
The cups should cover your breasts completely and not gape at the top or sides. You should also be able to slip two fingers underneath the band comfortably.
Time for you to fit into the perfect size bra, and the list below will be your guide to do so.
The bra cup should hold your breasts comfortably without any slipping or overflow.
The bran band is the essential part of your bra, it should fit your ribcage perfectly without being too loose or too tight.
The band gives your breast most of the support that it needs and should be able to support the bra even when the straps are off.
Your straps should be adjustable and fit comfortably on your shoulders without being too tight or loose.
When the straps are adjusted correctly, they should not dig in or slide off of your shoulder.
The only purpose is to help keeps the bra in place and not to support the bra.
Tips for Finding a Comfortable Bra
- Look for bras with adjustable straps and a wide band. This will help you find a comfortable fit.
- Make sure the cups are made of breathable fabric, like cotton or mesh. This will help keep you cool and comfortable.
- Avoid bras with metal wires or seams. These can be uncomfortable and cause irritation.
- If you’re having trouble finding a comfortable bra, try a sports bra. Sports bras are specifically designed to be supportive and comfortable.