Question by  twiggy42 (2)

How are bra cup measurements determined?

I know you measure around your chest for the size, but what about the cup size?


Answer by  cowohhh (569)

While wearing your bra, measure the lowest part of your bra, which would be your chest size. If the measurement is even, add 4 inches. If odd, add 5 inches. For cup size, measure the fullest part of your bust. To calculate the cup size, subtract your chest measurement from your cup measurement. Each inch difference is 1 cup size.


Answer by  HawaiianGirl (6906)

Bra cup measurements are determined by the actual size of your breast. A larger breats will need a larger cup size, a smaller breast will need a smaller cup size.


Answer by  hypersonic (108)

To get a correct measurement for a bra you should definitely have someone help you. Start with the measurement around your chest and then measure around the top of your ribcage. The difference between these measurements determines your cup size. For example, 1 inch difference means you have an A cup. and 2 inch is a B-cup and so on.


Answer by  charles13175 (19)

First you measure just below the breasts for size (32,34, etc.) Then measure directly around the breasts. For each inch over the other measurement, add a cup size.

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