Getting the right-sized bra is a dream that is yet to come true for many women. One of the many common ways is the tape measuring system. While no measuring system is exactly fool-proof, you will be able to get a pretty good size estimation for up to 38D with this system. But trust you me, if you take some time out to measure your bra size yourself, correctly, you will be able to enjoy the comfort that comes with wearing a bra that is fully supportive and caters to the needs of your breasts and makes you look and feel great.

Take a measuring tape, use our bra calculator and get it done today.

If you have any questions, get in touch with us and we’ll get back to you!

How to use our bra calculator?

STEP 1:

Wear your best fitting bra

To start, put on your newest and best fitting bra. Ideally, the style should be similar to the one you’re looking to buy or at least should not be a padded or minimizer one.

Make sure that the bra you’re wearing is not more than a year old because over time, bras lose their elasticity!

To make sure that you are wearing the right one, do a profile check! Your breast’s apex or highest point should be right at the middle of your shoulder and elbow. If they’re not, we suggest you tighten the straps until that is achieved.

STEP 2:

Measure band

Wearing a bra that you are most comfortable in, take a comfortable measurement right underneath your bust, making sure that the measuring tape is parallel to the floor.

It is critical that the tape measure is straight because otherwise, the measurement you get will not be accurate.

Now, exhale and let out all the air in your lungs before you measure. Make sure that you get the smallest measurement around your ribcage!

If the measurement isn’t an exact number, round it off to the nearest whole number.

Enter this number, in either centimeters or inches, into the band measurement.

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STEP 3:

Measure bust size

Stand straight with your shoulder back and take a full measurement of your bust size over the fullest part of your bust.

It is important that the tape measure should just be touching you and not too tight. Also, make sure that you keep the tape measure parallel to the floor!

If the measurement isn’t an exact number, round off to the nearest whole number.

Enter bust measurement.

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BRA SIZE CALCULATOR

If the measurements are in decimals, you should round them off to the nearest number.

Please enter a value equal to / greater than 23 and less then 40Inches.
Your bust measurement must be at least 1 inch larger than band.

BRA SIZE CALCULATOR

If the measurements are in decimals, you should round them off to the nearest number.

Please enter a value equal to / greater than 58.5 and less then 104cm
Your bust measurement must be at least 1 inch larger than band.

*Disclaimer:

No measuring system is completely accurate. Your body can be changing at all times!

(Are you expecting or are you breastfeeding? Are you PMS-ing? Did your weight change recently?)

All these factors contribute to size changes. You may also be a different size in a different style bra. The size may also vary with the type of bra material.

Can’t find your size?

Find a sister size!

What is a sister size?

Sister sizes are bra sizes that have the same cup volume but different band measurements or vice versa. Is your band too tight or the cup too small? Getting a sister size is the solution!

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Which is the right Bra Style?

Now that you have your accurate size, find the shape of your
breasts and the correlating style.

Coverage?

Once you have the style and size down, choose the kind of coverage you want from the available options and you’re good to go!

Check the Fit 5

before choosing the right bra!

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Fitting Room

FAQs

How do you know that you are not wearing the right bra?

Breasts hurt, straps hurt, back, neck and head hurt, posture is bad, and you are so uncomfortable that you hate the thought of wearing a bra!

What should a good bra do?

A good bra should support and raise your breasts.

What to do if the straps are digging into your shoulders?

This means straps are overworked. Try going up a band size and check your cup size.

What to do if your cups have extra room?

The obvious solution is wear a smaller size, but you can also try tightening your straps. Also, if you have smaller breasts, opt for balconette or demi bras.

What to do about a back bulge?

Get a bra with wider straps and also go up a band size by choosing the right sister size.

What to do if there is a side overflow?

Go up a cup size.

Which bra type goes best with which breast shape?

• Asymmetric: Plunge bra
• Athletic: Sports or racerback bra
• Bell: T-shirt bra
• Round: Balconette bra
• Downward: Push-up
You can read up on this on our blog here.

What to do if your breasts are sore?

Change your bra, and if you are using a wired bra, are the underwires cradling your breasts properly? Is the material too stretchy? Are your breasts spilling out of the bra?

What to do if your bra band hurts?

Bra bands are normally snug against your torso as you would want your breasts to be fully supported. If the redness and pain stays for more than 15 or 20 minutes of taking the bra off, you might want to go down a band size.

What to do if there is too much gap between the cups?

This problem is normally faced by women with asymmetric, slender, and teardrop breast shapes. Go for a plunge or a push up bra.

What to do if the bra wire sits on the breasts?

Buy a smaller band size and go one size bigger in the cup. If you are a 36C, your tighter band is 34D.

What to do if there is a cup overflow?

Go up a cup size. If you are a 34D, change to 34E.

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