A bra size of 38 is not necessarily considered large. The perception of what is a “large” bra size can vary greatly depending on individual body proportions and preferences. It’s important to understand that bra sizes are determined by the band measurement around the ribcage, so a size 38 simply indicates the circumference of the ribcage. However, cup size also plays a crucial role in determining overall fit and support. When it comes to bras, comfort and proper fit are essential for every individual, regardless of their specific bra size.
Misconception: A larger band size automatically means a person has a large bust. Truth: Band size and cup size work together to create an accurate fit, so it’s possible for someone with a band size of 38 to have small or average-sized breasts.
Less-known fact: Many people are wearing the wrong bra size without even realizing it. Knowing how to properly measure yourself and understand your unique shape can make all the difference in finding the perfect fitting bra.
I recommend taking your own measurements or seeking assistance from our expert staff to determine your correct band and cup sizes for an accurate fit. Finding the right fit will ensure optimal comfort and support for everyday wear.
Remember, finding the perfect fitting bra is like finding the perfect pair of shoes – once you find it, you’ll feel amazing.
|Band Size (in inches)