Size chart

To find the perfect size for your bra you need two measurments. Use a soft measuring tape.

Measurment 1:
Measure around your body, just underneath your breasts. Use a soft measuring tape and make sure it's level and fits snug. Check the chart to see what is your frame size.

Measurment 2:
Measure your bust size. Wear a non-padded bra and measure a loose circumference around your chest over the fullest part of the breasts.

The difference between these two measurments determines your cup size.

Measurment 1

(cm)

= frame size

Difference in cm

(meas 2-meas 1)

=cup size

 

 

63-67

65

10-11

AA

 

 

68-72

70

12-13

A

 

 

73-77

75

14-15

B

 

 

78-82

80

16-17

C

 

 

83-87

85

18-19

D

 

 

88-92

90

20-21

E

 

 

93-97

95

22-23

F

 

 

98-102

100

24-25

G

 

 

103-107

105

26-27

H

 

 

108-112

110

28-29

I

 

 

113-117

115

30-31

J

 

 

 

Only 30% of all women wear the correct bra size. Here are few tips on how to find a perfect size for you:

1. Putting on your bra 

Bend over and gently shake your shoulders to allow your breasts to fall into your bra. Stand up again and fasten the bra. Ensure that the back section is perfectly horizontal around your body.

2. Checking the back section

The correct back size ensures that the back section fits properly around the body, lifting the breasts. The back section must be perfectly horizontal around your body. If the bra is too loose, the back section will rise.

3. Adjusting the shoulder straps

Very few women have breasts that are exactly the same size. This is why it is best to adjust the straps separately, so that each breast is given the necessary support and your breasts become symmetrical. Make sure the straps don’t move loosely over the shoulders and adjust them until you have a perfect fit. It’s no use tightening the straps for more lift as they  provide only 10% of the support!

4. Checking the underwiring

The underwiring should fit nicely around your breasts. Can you feel the underwiring poking into your skin just below your armpit? Then the bra is too large. If the underwiring pokes the breast tissue, it is too small.

5. Checking the cup size

The cup may not cut into your skin or leave a gap. The transition from cup to breast has to be smooth. If there is folds in the material, the cup size is too big.

E.g.

Size 75C has a perfect frame size, but the cup is too small/big. Keep the same frame size, but take a smaller/bigger cup size.

If the size 75C has a perfect cup size, but is too tight or loose on the frame size, choose a sister size. Sister sizes for 75C are  70D and 80B. Changing the frame size always effects on the cup size too!

Sister sizes

70B - 75A

75B - 80A

80B - 75C

85B - 80C

70C - 75B

75C - 80B

80C - 75D

85C - 80D

70D - 75C

75D - 80C

80D - 75E

85D - 80E

70E - 75D

75E - 80D

80E - 75F

85E - 80F

70G - 75F

75F - 80E

80F - 75G

85F - 80G

 

75G - 80F

80G - 75H

85G - 80G

Wolford size chart 

XS

S

M

L

XL

EU

34/36

38/40

42/44

44/46

48/50

Bust

80-88

88-96

96-104

100-108

108-120

Waist

63-71

71-79

79-87

83-91

91-103

Hip

88-89

96-104

104-112

108-116

116-128

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