80% of women wear the wrong size bra, but it's easy to find your perfect style with our size guide.
Using a tape measure, take a snug measurement around the rib cage directly under the bust. If you measure under 36", add 4 inches if the measurement is even; add 5 inches if the measurement is odd. If you measure 36" or higher, add 2 inches if the measurement is even and 3 inches if the measurement is odd.
|Measurement||Add Inches||Band Size|
|36||2||38 - 40|
Measure around the fullest part of the bust, making sure the fabric tape measure lies flat around the body. The difference between band measurement and this measurement in inches will determine the cup size. (Note: this measurement is most accurate when you wear an unlined or slightly contoured bra.)
|Band Measurement||Bust Measurement||Your Measurement||Cup Size|
|32||40||4"||E or DD|
|32||42||6"||F or DDD|
Adjust the straps.
The band should be perpendicular to the floor and in the middle of the back.
Lean forward to make sure your breasts fit comfortably in the cups: they should not bulge out.
You should be able to slip two fingers underneath the center of the band easily with some resistance.
Support is achieved through the cups and band, not through the straps
Center front of bra should lay flat against the body.
80% of women are wearing the wrong bra. Not only can a poor-fitting bra be extremely unflattering, it can also be harmful to your breasts. Our in-store specialists are happy to help you determine the proper fit.