Keep your measurement tape loose and measure your bust at the fullest part of your chest. This is usually at nipple level. Ensure that the tape isn’t too tight by taking a deep breath in and out.


The band size is the size of the bra band around the torso. Measure your band size directly under your bust in a straight line. The band gives most of the support – so ensure you measure tight around your ribcage.




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The role of the straps is to ensure that the cup fits smoothly against your breast. The heavy lifting should come from the band, not the straps.

Your straps are too loose. Either because they are not adjusted correctly or because they have worn and stretched over time. If they are simply too loose, adjust them.

The shoulder straps should not be too tight. You should be able to place two fingers between the strap and the shoulder without problems when you are wearing your bra. Any tighter than this might cause pain and straps that dig in at the shoulders.

The band around the body should always form a straight line.

“The band should not be pulled up at the back. If it does – loosen the adjustment of the shoulder straps a little.
If you feel that your bust is not getting enough support when you lengthen the straps, you can tighten the hook and eye fastening one or two positions at the back. “

The looser the band, the less support it gives. The centre gore of your bra is the part that connect the two cups. If the gore lies flat against your chest, your wearing the correct size. If the gore is standing away from your chest, you’re wearing the wrong cup or band size.

There should not be empty space at the bottom of the cup. Regardless of its size or shape, the breast should be able to rest on the lower edge of the cup and be supported by it. If it doesn’t – choose a bra with a smaller cup size instead.

Quadboob, overspill, bulging – Whatever you want to call it, it’s definitely not comfortable! If an extra ‘bump’ is formed at the top of your cup, the cup is too small. Simply wear a bigger cup size or two. The transition between your bra and the décolleté should be even.

The underwire should not press on the breast at the side, bottom or center. The wire should be laying against your body, not your breast tissue, from the center of your cups to the outside of your breasts. If it seems like it’s too narrow or digs into your skin, try on the next size.