Understanding the cup sizes will help you find the right bra fit.  
Most women shopping for a bra will look for a cup size first assuming that a particular letter is going to fit them the same regardless of the band size.
This is NOT the case, and it’s why most women can’t seem to find the right fit.
This is what you should know:
1.    A letter representing the cup will proportionately grow along with the band. 
2.    As the above image shows, a 30D is one cup smaller than a 32D and this continues with each band size.
3.    Rather than identifying yourself as a “cup size” you should identify the band first, then adjust the cup as needed.

So next time you buy a bra, let go of the letter and fit with your eyes not by the cup size.

Understanding the cup sizes will help you find the right bra fit.  

Most women shopping for a bra will look for a cup size first assuming that a particular letter is going to fit them the same regardless of the band size.

This is NOT the case, and it’s why most women can’t seem to find the right fit.

This is what you should know:

1.    A letter representing the cup will proportionately grow along with the band. 

2.    As the above image shows, a 30D is one cup smaller than a 32D and this continues with each band size.

3.    Rather than identifying yourself as a “cup size” you should identify the band first, then adjust the cup as needed.

So next time you buy a bra, let go of the letter and fit with your eyes not by the cup size.

"You should fit a bra by your eyes, not by the size."
- Ms. Fit
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