Find your best bra fit

Follow this guide to find your size, your shape and the styles that work best for you.

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bands 34-50. cups b-k, with more i, j & k than ever

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How to Measure Bra Size

Lots of us are wearing the wrong size, which means we don't look or feel as good as we should! Follow below to make sure you've got both your band and cup sizes just right.

Follow these bra fit steps

  1. Measure your band. Wear a lightly lined (non-push-up) bra so your breasts are as close to natural as possible. Wrap a measuring tape directly under your breasts. Make sure it’s directly parallel with the bottom of the bra band.
  2. Now measure your bust. Place the tape at the fullest part of your bust. Make sure it’s parallel to your band again.
  3. Subtract the band size from your bust size to find the right cup size. Every inch equals one cup size up. Check our chart below.
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How yourbra should fit

Sometimes a little fine-tuning is all it takes.

Our Best Bras for your Breast Shape.The Essential Seven

There are no wrong shapes, just wrong bras. Find the breast shape below that's most like yours, and we'll show you what bra styles work best.

Shallow

Bottom heavy with less volume on top. You may often have a little extra room at the top of your cup.

Average

Proportionate and generally round with not much distance between them. You can wear many styles.

Full

Equally voluminous at the top and bottom. You might tend to spill out of the sides or top of your bras.

87 sizes now available!

Bands 34-50. Cups B-K, with more I, J & K than ever!

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