1. Your bra has one job.
It is meant to be the best support for your breasts. 90% of that support comes from the band and only 10% from the straps. That’s why it’s important that the band is not too tight or loose and does not ride up.
2. Not all cups are made equal.
Bra cup sizes are relative to the circumference of the ribcage right under your breasts. For example, a 70D bra will be much smaller in volume despite the identical letter cups than a 75D bra. So, if you think your breasts are small, this does not mean that the A cup is necessarily right for you. Depending on the measurement under your breasts, it is likely that it can be B, C, or even D or E.
3. Size doesn’t always matter
Despite finding the right size, sometimes your chosen underwear simply does not sit well. Don’t worry - all bodies are different, and perhaps a different cup shape or style would be a better fit for you.
4. Listen to your body
As your body changes during menstruation, pregnancy or regular weight fluctuations, your bra size may change too. We recommend rechecking your bra fit every six months to a year.