You should select your usual bra size when shopping with Underneath.
To determine what size you are, you can use this chart. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us: email@example.com We’d love to help you!
Find your bra size!
A bra is made up of two measurements.
Here is an example size 75C, the number 75, is the circumference UNDER the breasts, also known as band size.
The letter C, stands for the circumference OVER the breasts, also known as cup size.
But how do I get these measurements?
When measuring yourself, it’s important to wear a bra that fits well. (Not a push-up bra!)
– Measure your band size, directly under your breasts. Make sure the measuring tape is even on the front and back. Don’t pull the measuring tape too tight!
– Measure your cup size, over the fullest part of your breasts. Once you’ve got these measurements, look at the size chart to see which size you are.
The size chart should be seen as a guideline to give you an indication of your bra size, but keep in mind that every woman is unique!
Which bra size would also fit me?
There is a so-called ‘sister size’. The sister size is a bra size that is one size bigger or smaller. The only difference is in the band size.
How does it work?
– If you feel like the band is TOO THIGHT, you could try a bra with a bigger band size and a smaller cup size: if you are a size 75C, a size 80B will have the same cup size, but a bigger band size.
– If you feel like the band is TOO WIDE, you could try a bra with a smaller band size and a bigger cup size: if you are a size 85B, a size 80C will have the same cup size, but a smaller band size.
Take a look at the size chart below. The cup sizes in the horizontal rows are sister sizes.
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Bust: measure around de fullest part of your bust.
Waist: measure around the smallest part of your waist.
Hips: measure around the fullest part of your bottom.
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