Are you really a 30G or could you be a 36DD?

Are you really a 30G or could you be a 36DD?

Boobs are all different shapes and sizes so is it any wonder a lot of women are walking around wearing the wrong bra size! What’s more confusing is that they say if you up size in a cup you can down size in the band. Does that mean that a 34B can also be a 26E?? Do you know your cup size and most importantly do you know your TAPE size!

Step 1: Determine Your Band Size

While braless or wearing a non-padded bra, measure around the bottom of the band, directly under your bust. The measuring tape should be level and very snug. Round to the nearest whole number. If the number is even, add four inches. If it’s odd, add five. Your band size is the sum of this calculation. (So if you measured 32 inches, your band size is 36. If you measured 33 inches, your band size is 38.)

Step 2: Take Your Bust Measurement

Wrap the measuring tape somewhat loosely around the fullest part of your chest (at nipple level). Round to the nearest whole number.

Step 3: Calculate Your Cup Size

Subtract your band size from your bust measurement and refer to chart. Example: 37 inches (bust) – 34 inches (band) = 3 inches. That’s a 34C.

Don’t worry though here at Perky Pear HQ we don’t make you do maths but it is a good idea to look at our size guide and measure to make sure you get the right tape size! As all boobs are different you may ind that you are a size bigger or smaller in our tape so get the measuring tape out ladies!

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