The bra cups design were inspired by the balconette-style lingerie bras and creates a plunging neckline to show off your décolletage. The purposeful design of the bra cups style is to provide a fuller side coverage of the breasts tissue to avoid side boob spillage. Therefore, bra cups will run larger.
Step 1: Wearing a non-padded bra
It's best to wear an unlined bra--no push-up or sports bras--while measuring yourself. Stand in front of a mirror and measure directly on your bra or while wearing a thin layer. Try to keep your back and shoulders straight and avoid slouching.
Step 2: Bust Measurement Instructions
Wrap a soft measurement tape around the fullest part of your chest. The measurement tape will go around your back to the front of your bust and snug but not too tight. It shouldn't feel loose.
Step 3: Underbust Measurement Instructions
Wrap the soft measurement tape around the ribcage, right underneath your breasts. Make sure the measurement tape is horizontal and wraps tightly around your body.
|BRA SIZE||BUST (inch)||UNDERBUST (inch)|
|32D||35.5 - 36.5||27.5 - 32.5|
|32DD||36.5 - 37.5||27.5 - 32.5|
|32DDD/F||37.5 - 38.5||27.5 - 32.5|
|32DDDD/G||38.5 - 39.5||27.5 - 32.5|
|34D||39.5 - 40.5||29.5 - 34.5|
|34DD||40.5 - 41.5||29.5 - 34.5|
|34DDD/F||41.5 - 42.5||29.5 - 34.5|
|34DDDD/G||42.5 - 43.5||29.5 - 34.5|
|36D||43.5 - 44.5||31.5 - 36.5|