Time to Step Up Your Bra Game - Full Coverage Lace Bras
How to Measure Bra Size
The pain you’re having in your back and ribs right now could be caused by your bra. Did you know that most women don’t even know how to measure bra size because they trust the manufacturers to do it for them? Meanwhile, department store brassiere are poorly made and ugly most of the time. What gives?
This might be a sign that you need to change your bra or get an updated sizing. Every woman’s body goes through natural changes each month, meaning our weight and body dimensions fluctuate quite a bit. As a result, our breasts sizes and bra size may be more than one measurement or even something in between.
Well it’s time to step up our bra game, begin by checking your current bust dimensions. Re-check the measurements every six months to ensure you’re always wearing a well-fitting bra. Here’s how to measure your bra size properly and here are some bra sizing charts to get you started. All you need is a measuring tape and the name of a good plus size bra company like Fit Au Max Lingerie.
Tips for Measuring Your Bra Size
Knowing how to measure bra size is essential to feeling comfortable in your intimates and getting intimate in your comfort zones. Most brassiere manufacturers try to keep sizing simple by using two standard measurements: the band size and the cup size. Both are vital, however, both can change at any given time.
The band size measurement is used to determine the rib cage total circumference. It is generally taken just under the breast, around the rib cage. As for the cup size, it is determined by the measurement of the breast’s total volume. it is usually taken across the nipple or at the largest point of the breasts. Simply look up both measurements on the bra chart to find your perfect bra size.
When taking the measurements, be sure to stand upright, don’t hold your breath. For instance, If your under-the- bust measurement is between 83 -87 cm, then the US size 38 is your ideal band size. And if your over-the-breasts measurement is between 108-110 cm across the breasts, then your perfect bra cup would be a US size D. Thus, your bra size will read 38D on its tag.
HACK: If your measurements land between inches, just round up to the next number or letter.
Things to Remember
Remember the key to finding your perfect bra is to properly measure your bra size. Furthermore some women like to wear coordinated pieces to accentuate their curvy figures therefore, they buy matching bras and panty sets. Either way, it is important to remember that your bra must feel comfortable throughout the day - no slipping, digging, riding, or pinching.
If the cups are too small you may want to choose the next bigger cup size or band size. For full-figured women, that usually means a double letter on the tag. So, if you typically wear a 38D then try a 38DD or 38E from the Fit Au Max Collection DDD to start. If that doesn’t work, up the band size or consult Fit Au Max Lingerie for a free bra sizing consultation section.
NOTE: Fit Au Max full figured lace bras feature single cups sizes B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, and M.Bottom line you do not have to settle any more for the department store boring plus size bras. You deserve better. You deserve to look and feel gorgeous on the outside as well as on the inside. So, whether you’re looking for a blue lace bra or Hi Cut plus size lace panties, there is always something cute and comfortable for you to wear at Fit Au Max Lingerie.