Forget the measuring tape!

You can absolutely zero in on your bra size without measurements. You can do it by looking for bra fit symptoms. How long has it been since you’ve changed your bra size? Many factors in your life can affect a change in your bra size – pregnancy, hormones, weight fluctuations, exercise, etc. So, throughout your life, you can experience six or more bra sizes. All things considered, it’s probably worth your while to give some thought to possibly changing the size bra you are wearing.

With the following information, you can figure out your own bra size all by yourself. Going to a store and having a bra fitter determine your size for you can be a mistake – many size incorrectly, don’t put you in a bra size that’s comfortable, or stick you in a bra size that is in stock rather than in your correct size. You – yes, YOU – are the best person to figure out your bra size. After all, you’re the one who’s going to have to wear this bra size every day. So, simply start with your present bra size, assess the things about your current bra size that you don’t like, then select a new size. HerRoom can help you with this. Here are the 2 simple steps you need to take.

STEP 1

Find your best fitting bra and put it on. If you like the fit, that’s your bra size (as long as that bra’s not old and stretched out). You are done! If you don’t like the fit, go to Step 2.

STEP 2

What don’t you like about your best fitting bra? Stand in front of a mirror and make a list. Now, take this list and compare it to our list of Bra Fit Problems & Solutions. Read our recommendations and adjust your bra size to fix what you don’t like. It’s as simple as that!

Bra Fit Checklist

A LIST OF BRA FIT MUST-HAVES FOR EVERY BRA PURCHASE

SISTER BRA SIZES

KNOW WHAT THEY ARE AND HOW THEY DIFFER FROM YOUR CORRECT SIZE

BRA SIZING FOR IMPLANTS

LEARN THE FACTORS THAT AFFECT YOUR BRA SIZE

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