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There's no doubt bra sizing can be a little complicated. If you received a bra that's not fitting correctly, how do you know what size to try next?
A general rule of thumb is when you go up in the band the cup letter gets smaller, and when you go down in the band the cup letter gets bigger.
If the band feels great and you just need to go up or down in the cup you just take the cup letter up or down in alphabetical order.
Examples with a 34D
- Cup fits/band snug: Going from a 34D to a 36 band would bring your cup to a 36C. When we go up in the band, and keep the cup volume the same the cup letter goes down.
- Cup fits/band loose: Going from a 34D to a 32 would bring your cup to a 32E. Going down in the band means the cup letter goes up.
- Band fits/cup too big: Going from a 34D and needing to go down in the cup would bring us to a 34C.
- Band fits/cup too small: Going from a 34D and needing to go up in the cup would bring us to a 34E.
- Cup and band are too big: Going down in the cup and band for a 34D would bring you to a 32D. Don't be thrown off at the same letter, the cup volume on 32D is actually smaller than that on the 34D.
- Cup and band are too small: Going down in the cup and band for a 34D would bring you to a 36D. Don't be thrown off at the same letter, the cup volume on 36D is actually bigger than that on the 34D.