TOKYO BUST EXPRESS SG REVIEWS | THE ISSUE OF BRA SIZING
|ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BRA SIZING|
Buying the right bra size is harder than it looks especially if you do not know the ins-and-outs of bra sizing, or if you have no knowledge about your bra size. Even one of our lovely clients was surprised to learn that her main concern with her bust was caused by wearing the wrong bra when we sponsored her to a detox program.
Without knowledge, it will be easy to believe most of the myths on bra sizing, such as women with bigger cup sizes have bigger breasts in comparison to women with smaller cup sizes. To someone who is new to the concept of bra sizing, this might seem true. Tokyo Bust Express Blog will help you understand the science behind bra sizing.
Myth: Bigger Cup Size Means That You Have Bigger Breasts
Incorrect: Bra sizing does not work like this. Regardless, of what you may think bra size does not solely depend on the cup size. It includes the measurement of the band size and the back broadness. The difference between these two measurements is what brings about the bra size.
Guidelines for Determining The Cup Size
With the aid of a tape measure, center it at the fullest part of your chest, which is usually above the nipples. This measurement gives rise to the bust size. Proceed to measure the band size, which is usually at the base of the bra. The band size goes around the rib cage. The band size is illustrated with a number while the breast size is with a letter. The difference between these two measurements will help you determine your bra size. The higher the difference, the higher the letter, for example, a difference of 2 attracts a B-cup size and that of one attracts an A-cup size.
The cup size volume increases while the band size increases. This means that the possibility of various cup sizes fitting you increase if the band size increases. This means that a woman with a cup size of 32G has smaller breasts in comparison to a woman with a cup size of 44DD. On the bra size scale, a G-cup is greater in comparison to DD-cup.
Which means someone with a 30G actually has smaller breasts than someone with a 44DD does, even though a G cup is larger on the scale of sizing than a DD. This shows that some women tend to have larger breast sizes just because of their build. The size of the cup does not refer to the volume of the breast. Therefore, breast size is not determined using the cup size solely. You have to look at other factors too such as the band size.
What are the sizes?
These are sizes that have the same breast volume and different band sizes. Simply put, it is similar to a situation where various women have the same breast issue but have different rib cage sizes; for example, 32A, 32B, 32C, 32D, 32DD, 32E, 32F, and 32G. This usual occurrence shows that it is possible to purchase a bra with a wrong band size and right cup size.