Do you know one thing that 7 out of 10 women are wearing the wrong sized brasseries? With this much large number of ladies who wear the wrong sized bras, it becomes very important to learn how to measure bra cups for better and attractive busts lines
STEP-1: First putting on the bra that one thinks that make her breasts in right shape and feels most well-fixed. Next, one needs to find a flexible measuring tape (some form that seamstress uses). The first measurement to be taken is around the ribcage, just below the breasts. Now, adding 5 to this number would get you the exact band size. If the result of the band size is an odd number, one needs to round up to the next even number as bands of any brasseries come only in even numbers.
STEP-2: Coming to the next step, the second measurement would be taken around the fullest part of the front-organs wearing that favorite brasserie on. Such measurement is the cup size you always wanted to know. Next, subtract the size of the band from that cup-size to get the exact cup-size. It is now time to look at the brasseries’ cup sizes in the chart below:
1” bigger as compared to measurement 1- size A
2” bigger as compared to measurement 1- size B
3” bigger as compared to measurement 1- size CM
4” bigger as compared to measurement 1- size D