The majority of women have trouble selecting a bra that fits properly. Finding the correct bra size is essential since wearing a poorly fitted bra can lead to a number of issues. An uncomfortable and unsightly appearance of your body shape can result from a poorly fitting bra. In addition, it may result in poor posture and back pain.
Knowing your size is essential before purchasing any type of bra. You're most likely wearing the incorrect size bra if you don't think the ones you currently own are comfortable. In this blog. We will help you determine your bra size through very simple steps that you would wonder why you haven’t read this piece earlier.
Determine Your Bra Size
It goes without saying that choosing the incorrect bra size can cause agony and discomfort. It makes your breasts appear unnatural and also clothing's appearance can be negatively impacted by poorly fitting bras. Breathing may become difficult if a bra is overly tight, overly loose bras may not be able to keep the breasts in place, which can cause bouncing and drooping.
Apart from causing back, neck, and shoulder pain, improper posture, deep grooves on the shoulders, and other health issues, ill-fitting bras can also cause several other issues. Therefore, in order to maintain our comfort level, you must determine your ideal bra size.
Kalyani Innerwear Size comprehensive guide takes the guesswork out of finding your perfect fit. With easy-to-follow instructions and helpful illustrations, you can accurately measure your band size and cup size in no time.
Ladies, let's take a moment to measure ourselves and determine our bra size so that we may continue to feel great wearing all those trendy bras!
Here is all the information we need to measure our breasts and choose the appropriate bra size!
Determine The Band Size
To find out your band size, wrap a tape measure around your rib cage.
- Using the measuring tape, find the diameter of your rib cage just under the bra band, use either inches or centimeters based on preference.
- Make sure the tape is level and just snug enough to not hurt.
- If you land on an even number, you will have this band size. If using inches, the band size is typically expressed in inches (e.g. 32 inches). If using centimeters, the band size is typically expressed in centimeters (e.g. 81 cm).
- If you land on an odd number, you should round up or down to the nearest even number, depending on your construction.
- Round up if you're more slender and have less give in the band, round down if you are more supple. So that's the size of your band.
NOTE: If you don't have a tape measure, don't worry. You can still figure out the right size band for your bra size by adding 20 to your dress size, which will result in a less accurate but still useful technique. To obtain a 32 band, add 20 if you are a size 12.
Determine The Bust Size
Measure your breasts as well as your bust.
- Measure the fullest part of your breast with the measuring tape.
- The tape just needs to sit flat for this measurement, so you won't need to pull it very firmly, but you should still make sure it's level.
- If using inches, the bust size is typically expressed in inches (e.g., 36 inches).
- If using centimeters, the bust size is typically expressed in centimeters (e.g., 91 cm)
- This is the size of your cup.
3. Determine Your Cup
Subtract your band size from your bust size to find your cup size.
To calculate your cup size, subtract your bust size from your band size. Find the difference between the two measures once you have recorded the values for your band and chest sizes. That number corresponds to your cup size, which is represented by a matching letter (or group of letters). As a result, your band size plus cup size equals your bra size (36B or 42C, for example).
For the most accurate results, it's important to ensure consistency in the unit of measurement throughout the process (i.e., using either inches or centimeters for all measurements).
Bra cup sizes are displayed using the chart that follows:
- Less than 1 inch (2.5 cm) = AA
- 1 inch (2.5 cm) = A
- 2 inches (5 cm) = B
- 3 inches (7.5 cm) = C
- 4 inches (10 cm) = D
- 5 inches (12.5 cm) = DD