Have questions about fit? We recommend our Fit Finder! If you have already used our Fit Finder and have additional questions, we're here to help! See our FAQs below.
Finding your fit
I have questions about my recommendation
- Why did you recommend a new cup size? The issue was with the band. The cups fit perfectly.
- Why did you recommend the same cup size? The band and the cups don't fit.
Finding your fit
Our sizing is unique. We always recommend using our Fit Finder as it's helped millions of women find their perfect fit! When using Fit Finder, provide us with feedback about your best-fitting bra in your current collection. Based on your feedback, Fit Finder may recommend adjusting the band, cups, or both.
I have questions about my size recommendation.
Great question! Your result reflects sister sizing, a concept practiced throughout the industry. When the original band size is changed for a better fit, the cup letter will also change to ensure the volume of the cups remains the same. If we don't change the cup letter, you'd lose that great cup fit!
Still not convinced? The following illustration and example further explain this concept.
In reviewing a portion of our bra sizing chart below, you'll see that different cup letters have the same cup volume. Notice that while 30D, 32C, 34B, and 36A are different band sizes and letters, the cup volume is the same.
What if, for example, you're wearing a 34B, and the cups fit great, but the band is too small?
Going from a 34B to a 36 band would bring your size to a 36A. When you go up in the band, you go down in the cup letter, but the volume of the cup stays the same.
If the cups fit great, but the band is too big, going from a 36A to a 34 band would bring your size to a 34B. When we go down in the band, you go up in the cup letter, but the volume of the cup stays the same.
Why did you recommend the same cup size? The band and the cups don't fit.
Great question! Don't be thrown off by the same cup letter. It's all about volume. See the examples below that further explain.
If you're wearing a 34A, but the band and cups are too big, move one band size to the left and one cup size smaller to a 32A. This is the same cup letter, but the cup volume is one cup size smaller. Now, both the band and cups are the perfect fit!
If you're wearing a 32A, but the band and cups are too small, move one band size to the right and one cup size larger to a 34A. This is the same cup letter, but the cup volume is one cup size larger. Now, both the band and cups are the perfect fit!
Need help understanding how to navigate the bra size chart? See here!