Find your bra size by following the steps below.
The bra size is composed of two dimensions: the band size and the cup size.
The band size is measured numerically e.g. 70, 75, 80 etc. and refers to the size of the rib cage.
The cup size is measured alphabetically e.g. A, AA, AAA etc. and refers to the size of the breasts in relation to the rib cage.
Please note that the breast size cannot be determined by the cup size alone as it is affected by the band size.
In a first step you'll determine your bra size by measuring your underbust:
The bra band size refers to the underbust measurement and is indicated by steps of 5cm (e.g. 70, 75, 80). Therefore, round the number you just measured up or down to the nearest 5cm. For example, if you measured 77cm, your bra band would be 75.
Underbust in cm
Bra Band Size
Next, determine your cup size by measuring your bust:
The cup size derives from the difference between your underbust and bust measurements:
Example: Your bust measurement is 92, your underbust measurement 81, the difference is 11cm. You would choose a 80 band and a 80AA bra.
Bust in cm
|9 or smaller||AAA|
Finding the correct cup size using a chart is very difficult. The right size depends not only on a number but also on the shape and position of your breasts and can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. We recommend you to take the determined bra size as a starting point and try on different bra styles to see what fits you best.
We know how difficult it is to find a well-fitting bra. We have made it our goal to support you! If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us by phone or email. Would you like to book a personal bra fitting? Please book an appointment here.