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We know how difficult it can be to purchase a bra online especially with every brand and style varying slightly in size. We wish that we could measure every one of our small breasted customers in person but, as we all know, that just won’t happen so we have the next best thing. Introducing our Bra Measuring How To Guide. Simply follow our step-by-step instructions and measure yourself for a bra. It’s not completely fail safe because it’s still best to have someone else measure you, but it’s pretty darn good!

  Bra Measuring How To Guide STEP 1 – Determine your Band Size

  1. Wear a lightly lined or unpadded bra
  2. Take the measuring tape and pass it around your back following the bottom edge of the back of your bra band
  3. Bring both sides of the measuring tape towards the front of your body meeting towards the top of your breast bone
  4. Be sure not to pull the tape too tight or too looseBra Measuring How To Guide
  5. If the measurement is even then that is your band measurement i.e. 34″.
  6. If the measurement is odd then round up by 1″ i.e. if you measure 31″ then round to 32″ and that is your band size

STEP 2 – Determine your Cup Size

  1. We recommend performing this step in an unpadded bra for accuracyBra Measuring How To Guide
  2. Pull the measuring tape around your body at the fullest part of your bust
  3. Again, be sure the tape is neither too tight nor too loose
  4. Then subtract your band size (from Step 1) from this measurement
  5. Use the chart below to work out your cup size based on the difference between the two measurements


Difference Cup Size
Less than 1/2″ AAA
Less than 1″ AA
1″ A
2″ B
3″ C


Some Helpful Tips:

If you don’t feel confident in your measuring technique you can:

  1. Stand in front of a mirror so you can see what you’re doing
  2. Get a friend to help
  3. Or failing that, visit a department store or lingerie boutique that offers a bra measuring service and have them measure you. Even if they don’t sell your size at least you’ll walk away with an idea of your actual bra measurement.

We hope this helps.  However, if you remain unsure, feel free to contact us with any bra fitting questions you may have.