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Considering four out of five women wear the wrong-size bra, it’s worth the time and effort to measure before you order your next bra. If you haven’t found the right fit yet, don’t settle! Sometimes you will have to experiment with your cup or band size to get it just right. Many women make the mistake of going up a band size when it’s the cups that don’t fit correctly. If you’re spilling out over the top or sides, your cup size is too small. And fits will vary among brands. Don’t let it concern you. Finding the perfect bra takes timez and patience, but the way you will look (and feel) once you have found it will be worth all of the effort. Here is a simple guide.
Be sure you’re wearing a well-fitting, non-padded bra. Wrap the measuring tape snugly around your rig cage, directly under your bustline. Round all fractional measurements to the nearest whole number. Then refer to the bra chart on the right.
Measure at the fullest part of your bust. Ensure tape is parallel with the ground and not binding. Round all fractional measurements to the nearest whole number.
After band size measures 38, the band size should be the closest higher number to your actual measurement. So, 41.5” is a 42 band. A 41” measurement is a 42 band.
STEP 3. CALCULATE YOUR BRA SIZE
Subtract your band measurement (Step 1) from your cup measurement (Step 2). Generally, for a difference in each inch, the cup goes up by one size. For example:
34” under measurement= 36” band
38” over measurement
38”-36” = 2” or Cup “B” Your size would be 36B
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WOMEN - KURTIS SIZE CHART
Size details for Aline style Regular Kurtis
Size details for Anarkali style Long length Kurtis