Which bra size is larger, B or C?

Which bra size is larger, B or C?
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The cup size of a bra is determined by the difference between the measurement around your bust and underbust. For example, if your bust measurement is 36 inches and your underbust measurement is 34 inches, you would typically wear a B cup. On the other hand, if your bust measurement is 37 inches and your underbust measurement remains at 34 inches, you would most likely need to go for a C cup.

There seems to be some misconception that the larger letter automatically means a larger bra size overall. However, this isn’t always the case as it depends on the specific measurements of an individual’s body. The key here is to focus on finding the right fit rather than getting caught up in which letter seems “larger.”.

A less-known fact about bra sizing is that different brands may have slightly different sizing standards, so it’s important to get properly fitted each time you shop for new bras. This can be incredibly useful information as it highlights the importance of regular fittings and not assuming that once you know your size, it will remain constant across all brands and styles. My recommendation for next steps would be to schedule a professional fitting appointment with one of our experts so we can find you the perfect fit. Remember, nobody needs extra pressure…Except their tires!

Bra Size Comparison: B vs C

Bra Size Band Size (inches) Cup Size (inches)
32B 32 35
32C 32 37
34B 34 37
34C 34 39
36B 36 39
36C 36 41
38B 38 41
38C 38 43
40B 40 43
40C 40 45
This table shows the band size and cup size measurements for bra sizes B and C. When choosing a bra size, it is important to consider both the band size and cup size to ensure a proper fit.
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