How do you measure bra cup size in centimeters?

How do you measure bra cup size in centimeters?
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To measure your bra cup size in centimeters, you will need a measuring tape. First, stand straight and wrap the measuring tape around your body just underneath your bust, making sure it’s snug but not too tight. Take note of the measurement in centimeters. This will give you your band size. Next, measure around the fullest part of your bust in centimeters, again ensuring that the measuring tape is snug but not constricting. Then subtract the band measurement from the bust measurement to find your cup size.

Many people mistakenly believe that their bra cup size is solely determined by their breast volume, but this is not accurate. In reality, cup size also takes into account the difference between your band and bust measurements. For example, someone with a 10cm difference would have an A cup, while someone with a 15cm difference would have a C cup.

A less-known fact about determining bra cup size in centimeters is that different brands may have slightly different sizing systems, so it’s essential to consult each brand’s specific sizing charts when purchasing bras online or trying on new styles in-store. Knowing this can help ensure that you get the perfect fit every time and avoid any confusion or frustration during the shopping process.

Now that you understand how to measure your bra cup size accurately in centimeters, I recommend taking these measurements at least once a year as our bodies change over time due to factors such as weight fluctuations and hormonal changes.

I hope this information helps you find the perfect fitting bras.

Table: Bra Cup Size Measurement in Centimeters
Underbust Measurement (cm) Overbust Measurement (cm) Bra Cup Size
63-67 77-79 A
68-72 80-82 B
73-77 83-87 C
78-82 88-92 D
83-87 93-97 DD/E
88-92 98-102 E/DDD
93-97 103-107 F
98-102 108-112 G
103-107 113-117 H
108-112 118-122 I
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