Bra Measurement Guide

It’s impossible not to feel totally feminine in a beautiful sexy bra – but the fact is that most sissies, crossdressers and transgender women are wearing the WRONG size bra.

Wearing the correct bra size is very important. Bras that don’t fit right don’t look as good under your clothes and tend to be uncomfortable.

Here you will find your correct bra size so you can choose the perfect bra for your feminization sissy transformation.


Before choosing your bra size, you need to make the choice:

  • Will you be wearing breast forms with the bra?

Below, you’ll see how to find the correct bra size for your ACTUAL breasts (without breast forms) and also if you wear breast forms.


Determining Bra Size (Without Breast Forms)

There are several ways to measure your bra size.

Here’s the method used by Victoria’s Secret and most modern bra manufacturers:

Step 1: Measure Your Band Size

Place a tape measure under your arms and measure your chest circumference just above the breasts. The tape measure should be about the level where your bra straps meet the bra.

This measurement is your BAND SIZE. (Note: If the measurement is an odd number, round down to the nearest even number.)

Step 2: Measure Your Bust Size

Stand up and measure across the bigger part of your bust. The tape measure should be parallel to the floor and shouldn’t be too tight or too loose.

This is your BUST SIZE. (Note: If the measurement is between inches, round up to the nearest inch.)

Step 3: Calculate Your Cup Size

Subtract your band size from your bust size and check the chart below to determine your cup size:

If The Difference Is: Your Cup Size Is:
0″-1/2″ (1.3 cm) AA
1/2″- 1″ (2.6 cm) A
2″ (5.1 cm) B
3″ (7.6 cm) C
4″ (10.2 cm) D
5″ (12.7 cm) DD or E
6″ (15.2 cm) DDD or F
7″ (17.8 cm) G
8″ (20.3 cm) H
9” (22.9 cm) I
10″ (25.4 cm) J

Example: if your band size is 40” and your bust size is 44”, the difference is 4”. That would make you a D cup.

Your bra size is a combination of your band size and your cup size. (Bra size = band size + cup size) In this case, your bra size would be a 40D.

IMPORTANT: This size should be considered a starting point, as sizing varies from bra to bra. If possible, try on the actual bra before you buy.


Determining Bra Size with Breast Forms

Now, for sissies wearing breast forms, the process for finding your bra size is a bit different. Here’s how to do it:

Step 1: Measure Your Band Size

Place a tape measure under your arms and measure your chest circumference just above the breasts. The tape measure should be about the level where your bra straps meet the bra.

This measurement is your BAND SIZE. (Note: If the measurement is an odd number, round down to the nearest even number.)

Step 2: Determine Your Ideal Cup Size

The next step is to determine the cup size you want to achieve. This should be a size that’s proportionate to your body: Not too big and not too small.

Generally speaking, the larger your body frame is, the larger your cup size should be.

Here are some guidelines:

  • Choose an B or C cup if you have a small frame.
  • Choose a C or D cup if you have a medium frame.
  • Choose a D cup or larger if you have a large frame.

Once you know the correct band size and desired cup size for you, you can purchase the proper bra and breast forms.

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Signs that you may be wearing the Wrong Size

Knowing if you’re wearing the wrong bra size is actually quite simple once you get used to it. Some signs that you may recognize:

  • Cups showing some wrinkles
  • Bands riding up
  • Underwire poking sides of your breasts
  • Straps slipping or the bra hiking up whenever you lift your arms

If any of these issues bother you, then there’s a good chance that you got the wrong size and it’s time to replace with one that fits perfectly on your feminine body.

So there you go Sissy! Everything you need to know about finding your correct bra size.

If you have any questions or doubts about this, please feel free to leave a comment below. 

 

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