(Closed) Bra Size

posted 5 years ago in Accessories
Post # 3
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1780 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@peabee:  Some Bra brands come with sizing charts…..i would also suggest….going to a department store….or lingere store if they have one in your area…..and  getting measured….i found out ive been wearing the wrong bra size for years! and now that im in the right size…..my back has never felt better….sometimes….it depends on the style…..loook on the size charts if they have them….

if it is only not fitting in the band you may try and bump up a size….like instead of a 34….try a 36 and keep the C cup….but i HIGHLY suggest getting measured before purchasing more….and dont get measured at victorias secret…..they were telling me that I was a DD from one then the chic got a 2nd opinion when NO DD would fit….then i could get some comfort in a DDD….i got remeasured at another department store and by a professional seamstress who is custom making me a strapless bra….and turns out i needed a 40F and i am no longer having lines that almost welt from the bra being too small trough my nipples….and the band no longer digs into my sides…..it is uber comfy now!!

so in a nut shell….get measured and fitted by a pro….and check the measurement charts on the website…

Post # 4
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3772 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

@peabee:  I’d probably check out a 36C sice the cup size on that will also be a little bigger. BUT you should measure the size of your band and go from there. Definitely use the size chart.

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