Based on the measurements you provided, I would recommend starting with a 34C size in the UK. This size is calculated by taking your underbust measurement (the band size) and adding 3 inches to get the initial number, then finding the difference between this number and your bust measurement to determine the cup size. It’s important to keep in mind that bra sizing can vary between different brands, so it’s always best to try on a few different sizes to find the best fit.
Common misconception: Many people believe that cup size is consistent across all band sizes, but this is not true. Cup size is relative to band size, so a C cup in a 34 band will be smaller than a C cup in a 36 band.
Less-known fact: The shape of your breasts also plays an important role in determining the right bra size. Some styles may fit better based on breast fullness or projection.
Knowing about these factors can help guide you towards trying on different styles and sizes until you find what works best for you. The next step would be to visit our fitting room where our staff can assist you further in finding the perfect bra for your unique shape and preferences.
I hope this information helps steer you in the right direction. Remember, finding the perfect fit might take some time and patience, but it’s worth it for comfort and confidence!
|Try on a UK 32A for the best fit.
|Consider trying a UK 34B for a more comfortable fit.
|Go for a UK 36C to ensure proper support.
|Opt for a UK 38D to avoid discomfort.
|Try a UK 40DD for a more secure fit.
|Consider a UK 42DD for better coverage.
|Opt for a UK 44E to prevent spillage.
|Go for a UK 46F for proper support.
|Try on a UK 48FF to avoid discomfort.
|Consider a UK 50G for a more secure fit.