GhanaWeb TV




This blog is managed by the content creator and not GhanaWeb, its affiliates, or employees. Advertising on this blog requires a minimum of GH₵50 a week. Contact the blog owner with any queries.

How To Know Your Bra Size As A Lady

Sun, 20 Aug 2023 Source: Alfred Agyekum Afful

Wearing a properly fitted bra is important for every woman, as it not only provides comfort and support but also enhances the overall appearance of clothing. However, many women struggle with determining their correct bra size and end up wearing ill-fitting bras that have negative effects on their posture and confidence. So, how can you determine your bra size and ensure a perfect fit?

The key to knowing your bra size is accurate measurement. To get started, you will need a soft tape measure and a mirror. Despite the common misconception, your bra size is not just a single number (such as 34 or 36) but a combination of a band size and a cup size.

Begin by measuring your band size, which is the area beneath your bust. Wrap the tape measure snugly around your ribcage, just below your breasts, making sure it lies parallel to the ground. Note down this measurement as your band size.

Next, measure your bust size by wrapping the tape measure around the fullest part of your breasts. Ensure that the tape measure is parallel to the ground and not too tight or too loose. Take note of this measurement as your bust size.

Now it's time to determine your cup size. Subtract your band size (the measurement you obtained first) from your bust size. For instance, if your band size is 34 inches and your bust size is 38 inches, the difference is 4 inches. Each inch difference corresponds to a cup size, with A being 1 inch, B being 2 inches, C being 3 inches, and so on. Therefore, in this example, you would have a cup size of D.

Keep in mind that bra sizes can vary across different brands, so it is always a good idea to try on bras in various styles and brands to determine the perfect fit. Don't be afraid to experiment with different sizes, both in terms of band and cup, until you find the most comfortable and supportive fit for your body.

Source: Alfred Agyekum Afful