Size Charts

How to Find Your Bra Size: 

Determine your band size: Run a measuring tape around your back, under your arms, then around the top of the fullest part of your breast. The tape should be snug. The number in inches is your band size. If you get and odd number, round up to the nearest even number. If you measure at 31, round up to 32.

Determine your cup size: Run the measuring tape around the fullest part of your cup. The tape should be resting closely against your skin but not digging in.

Math: Subtract the difference between your band size measurement and your cup size measurement. The difference in inches between your band and bust measurement will be your cup size.

 Difference in Inches 

Cup Size

1” or less

2"

B

3"

C

4"

D

5"

E/DD

6"

F/DDD

7"

G/DDDD

8"

H/DDDDD

Does my BRA fit? Do’s & Don’ts- 80% of women are wearing the wrong size BRA. Do I need a new Bra:

⦁ Replace your bra after six months

⦁ Replace your bra if straps feel loose or slip off

⦁ Replace your bra if your band rises in the back

⦁ Replace your bra if your cups have wrinkles

⦁ Replace your bra after pregnancy, or weight changes

Bra Wear:

⦁ A proper bra wardrobe should contain many different styles

⦁ Invest in a quality garment you can comfortably wear all day

⦁ Bend over when putting your bra on; adjust for proper placement and fit Bra Care:

⦁ Wash your Bras and intimates with Soak

⦁ Wash on delicate cycle or by hand

⦁ Never place bras in the dryer

⦁ Replace your bra whenever you see wear

⦁ Store bras in a drawer cup to cup

⦁ Keep socks inside cups to maintain shape

Bra Care:

  • Wash your Bras and intimates with Soak
  • Wash on delicate cycle or by hand
  • Never place bras in the dryer
  • Replace your bra whenever you see wear
  • Store bras in a drawer cup to cup
  • Keep socks inside cups to maintain shape