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A well-fitted bra is not only important for the right look, but also crucial in defining the correct posture and lending the needed support.

Your Perfect Fit is just 3 steps away

Step1. Calculate band size

  • The tape should be levelled and sung.
  • Round the number obtained, to the nearest whole number.
  • The sum of this calculation is your brand size.

Step2. Calculate bust size/cup size

  • Wrap the tape around the fullest part of your bust
  • Make sure it's not too tight or too loose and without any falls or twists.
  • Round off the number to the nearest whole number.
  • Now, substract the band size calculated earlier from the bust measurement.

Step3. Enter your measurements below to find your size

Care, Fit and Support

Some things to remember to select the right bra

  • It is better to check your bra size every 3-6 months.
  • Your bra straps shouldn't be too loose or tight & adjustable to your desired level of elevation.
  • Your cups should properly cover your breasts from front as well as sides.
  • Your bra band & centre core should rest flat on your body without being too tight.
  • Knowing how to measure your bra size will only allow you to know your perfect bra size, which is why you should also know which bra type suits your body silhouette.

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Why do women need to wear a bra?

  • Support the breast and shoulders.
  • Enhance the shape and silhouette.
  • Prevent sagging of breast tissues.
  • Avoid pain and discomfort.
  • Increase confidence.

What is the best bra to wear?

  • A simple T-shirt bra is ideal for everyday use. These bras give you a smooth line underneath your clothes, as they're either seam-free or they have barely-there seams. These bras don’t have any extra embroidery or lace, so they simply vanish under tight fitted tops and dresses.

What is ABCD in bra sizes?

  • The letters - like A, B, C, D - stand for cup sizes.
  • The numbers - like 32, 34, 36, 38 they tell you the band size – that's the part of the bra that goes around your torso.
  • For instance, a 34A means that your boobs are an A cup and that your bra is 34 inches around.
  • Example: 37 inches (bust) – 34 inches (band) = 3 inches. That’s a 34C.

What is the difference between cup size & bra size?

  •  Your cup size is the difference between your chest size and your bust line measurement while your bra size is your band size with your cup size.

What are sister sizes?

  • Everyone has a unique body type, which means sometimes you may not find accurate bra size measurement using the regular bra size chart. Here, you can switch to sister sizes. Basically, these are alternate bra sizes where the cup volume stays the same even though the band size and cup letter change.
  • For instance, if you are a 34 B, there is a good chance that a 32 C or a 36 A will fit you. 32 C will have a shorter band size and 36 A will have a longer one, so you can figure out what fits you better.

What happens if you wear the wrong size?

You can put yourself at a risk for plethora of problems, such as:

  • Pain and discomfort in the breast tissues.
  • Straps start digging into your shoulders.
  • Back, neck and headache.
  • Bad posture.
  • Your bra hinders your movement.

How can I tell if my bra fits properly?

  • There should be enough space to let 2 fingers pass through your bra straps.
  • The back band should lay straight on the back without riding up.
  • The centre gore should sit flat against your sternum.
  • The underwires should fully encircle the breasts.
  • Your breasts shouldn’t spill out of the cups and the cups shouldn’t have extra room either.

Am I wearing my bra correctly?

As long as you’re following these steps, you’re good:

  • Ensure that the bra is tucked on the loosest hook and eye enclosure.
  • Do the scoop and swoop to ensure optimal support from the cups.
  • Adjust the straps for a snug fit.

How to find the right bra for your breast shape?

Here, we have narrowed down the types of bras you should pick as per your breast shape:

  • Asymmetric: Plunge bra
  • Bell: T-shirt bra
  • Round: Balconette bra
  • Downward: Push-up

How to make your bra last as long as possible?

To retain the lifespan of your bra, you must machine wash it instead of handwashing it in cold temperature. This is especially important for padded bras. Also, use a lingerie bag to prevent deformation of cups.

When should you replace your bras?

The average recommended time to revamp your bra closet is about six months to a year depending on your usage. If you wear everyday cotton bras more than others, we recommend you swap them after six months. However, something like a strapless or balconette bra, which you only wear a few times, they can last as long as a year.