We have a variety of small cup sizes available, including A, AA, and AAA. It’s important to keep in mind that the size is not only determined by the cup, but also by the band size. For example, a 32A would be considered small, while a 36A may fit differently due to the larger band size. Some brands may have slightly different sizing standards so it’s always best to try on different sizes to ensure a proper fit.
There are misconceptions about smaller cup sizes being less feminine or attractive, but this is simply not true. Every body type is unique and beautiful in its own way. Embracing your natural shape and finding the right bra that enhances your figure is key.
It’s useful to know that many lingerie brands offer petite bras specifically designed for smaller cup sizes. Understanding these options can help you find bras that provide comfort and support while flattering your shape. The next step would be to schedule a professional fitting with one of our experienced staff members who can help determine your correct size based on individual measurements.
Remember: Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. Don’t be afraid to embrace what makes you unique – we’re here to help you feel confident and comfortable in any bra size!
|Bra Cup Size
|Equivalent Bust Size (inches)
|Less than 1 inch
|Consider wearing a padded or push-up bra for added volume
|Opt for bra styles with padding to enhance your bust
|Choose demi-cup or balconette bras to create a fuller look
|Look for bras with underwire and contour cups for a natural lift
|Consider wearing push-up bras or bras with graduated padding
|Choose bras with strong support and wide straps for added comfort
|Try full-coverage bras with reinforced underwire for optimal support
|Consider bras with side support panels to prevent spillage
|Look for bras with a three-part cup construction for better shaping
|Opt for minimizer bras to reduce projection and create a more streamlined silhouette