Wrap a tape measure around your back, so the opening is in the front.


Position the tape measure just above your bust, under your arms.


Make sure the tape measure lays flat, and keep both of your elbows down.


Make sure the tape measure is not wrapped too tight, or too loose.


If the measurement is not an even number, round to the nearest even number based on the type of fit you want. For example, if you measured a 33, and want a tighter fit, you would round down to a 32. If you want a looser fit, you would round up to a 34.


Place the tape measure under your arms and wrap it around your back, with the opening in the front. Keep your elbows down.


The tape measure needs to be wrapped around the fullest part of your bust. 


While holding both ends of the tape measure with
one hand, use your index finger to press the tape in
between her breasts to her chest. This will provide
a more accurate cup size measurement.


Subtract your band size from your bust size.


Each number or inch represents one letter.

(1=A, 2=B, 3=C, 4=D, 5=E, 6=F, 7=G)

For example, if you had a 3” diff€erence, your
cup size is a C. Let’s say your band size was
a 34. Then, your ideal bra size is a 34C.