is a fact that between 70 and 85 percent of girls out there
are not wearing a proper fitting bra. Either they are wearing
the wrong size or the wrong style which is appropriate for
them. Selecting a bra may seem like a simple process, but
getting a comfortable fit can be tricky. It is important that
you were the right bra to give proper support to your breasts.
If your breasts are heavy and you do not support them properly
then the suspensory ligaments will stretch and your breasts
will sag. To receive the best possible fit and support from
your bra, it is important to remember a few key points, and
to take advantage of the expertise of the sales personnel
where you are shopping. Though it will be a bit odd to take
help from others but it is worth it.
Measuring For Proper Bra Size
1. First measure yourself
around the ribs, just below your bust keeping tape snug not
tight. Remember to stand up straight and breath normally.
If the measurement is an uneven number, round up to the next
2. To determine the cup size,
you'll need to measure around your body at the fullest part
of the bust. Be certain the measuring tape is secure against
3. When you have the
two measurements, subtract the first measurement (the rib
measurement) from the second measurement (the bust). If the
difference is 1 inch, your cup size is A; 2 inches is a B;
3 inches is a C and so forth. See the chart listed below.
Conversion Chart for Bra Size
There are many types of bras available and
you have to decide which type is best for you. If you are a
very active person then invest in a sports bra, which will not
only give you comfort but also will give you the support you