Measure your bust first, then determine your bra cup size. 1. Take off your clothes first, stand easily (but straight), put your feet together, face straight ahead, and lift your chin slightly. 2. Circle the tape measure horizontally on the bust (protruding point), and tighten it slowly.
When measuring, the breast should be held up gently with that hand, as if wearing underwear. At this time, you can easily measure your actual bust and bust; and the bust line (the line that appears at the bottom of the breast) can also be easily measured. 3. Bust size (commonly referred to as "upper bust"): Take the BP point (ie bustpoint) as the measuring point, and use a soft tape measure to measure the fullest part of the chest horizontally for one week, which is the upper bust size.
4. Bust size: Use a soft tape measure to measure the bottom of the chest horizontally for one week, which is the lower bust size. The cup size is the difference between the upper bust measurement and the lower bust measurement. According to the measurement result of step 1, use the difference between the bust size and the under bust size to determine the cup size.
Division of bra cups (upper and lower bust difference) AA cup: within 7.5cm A cup: within 10.0cm B cup: within 12.5cm C cup: within 15.0cm D cup: within 17.5cm E cup: within 20.0cm Example: your bottom The bust measurement is 79, which is a size 80. Your upper bust measurement is 93, and the subtraction of the two numbers is 14cm, which is a C cup. Put the two together, and the bra you should wear is 80C. If your upper bust is 87.5cm, your lower bust is 75, and the difference between the upper and lower bust is 12.5cm, then your cup size is B and you should choose a size 75B.
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