TOKYO BUST EXPRESS REVIEW: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CUP SIZE, BREAST SIZE, AND BRA SIZE IN BREAST SIZING

Do you know all the parts of a bra?

Do you know your breast size, cup size, and bra size? Shopping for the right bra is harder without knowledge of your breast size, cup size, or bra size. This information will help you prevent breast related conditions and diseases. Additionally, it will give you comfort and build up your self-esteem.  

Determining the Size of Your Bra
Knowledge of the terms that deal with determining bra size will help you know your size. The terms include band size, cup, size, and bra size.

1.       Band size
This measurement is taken right below the breasts and around the rib cage. Measure this number by using a tape measure while wearing a bra. Make sure that you are relaxed as you take this measurement. Sudden stress around this area could give rise to inaccurate results. Therefore, try measuring when your arms are very close to your body. Proceed to measure the base band of your bra. Once you have a measurement, round off this number to the nearest whole number and then add four to it. If the number is an odd number, add five to it.

2.      Cup size
This term is similar to breast size. It helps you know the actual volume of the cup of the bra. This is indicated using letters normally such as A, B, C, and G, among others. The bigger the cup size, the higher the letter. The volume of the bra cup increases while the band size increases. This means that the chances of a variety of cup sizes fitting you are higher if the band size increases. The difference between your band size and your breast size will help you determine the size of your bra cup. A difference of one attracts a size A-cup and the number and letter increase with the difference.
Start out by measuring your bust size using a tape measure. Locate the fullest part of your chest and measure this. This part is mostly over the nipples. For better results, try out measuring when wearing a bra as opposed when you are bare-chested. The measuring tape should be tight and horizontal, and your body should be relaxed as you take the measurement. It would be beneficial if the arms were closer to the body when you take the measurement.  Therefore, seek help when measuring your bust size.

3.       Bra size
This is the combination of the cup size and the band size. The band size goes first, followed by the cup size. It entails both letters and numbers such as 32D or 28A. This is what you use to purchase the right bra. Most shops that sell bras offer to measure their customers. Therefore, you could visit the nearest shop and ask their personnel to measure your bra size as you shop for one. Take note that various manufacturers have varying standardized sizes. Thus, your results are an estimate of your size as opposed to them being a standard size. 

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