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Ms. N Ms. N
After rereading the replies in this post, I decided to see if I could find an automated bra size calculator online. Of course, you can find anything online...in this case, I found several...

85B Bra Size Calculator - 3 measurements needed

Calculator.net Bra Size Calculator - 2 measurements needed

Atlas Travel Bra Fitter - 2 measurements needed

Linda's Online Bra Size Calculator - 2 measurements needed

Butterfly Collection Bra Size Calculator - 2 measurements needed

With these, I got three measurements...36F, 38DD, and 40E. Well, that clears things up. I have been wearing a 38D, and sometimes, the band feels tight, so no way I would be able to stand a 36F. Maybe next time I go shopping, I might try a 40E, but I wonder if that would be loose...
06/10/2012
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Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
Quote:
Originally posted by Ms. N
After rereading the replies in this post, I decided to see if I could find an automated bra size calculator online. Of course, you can find anything online...in this case, I found several...

85B Bra Size Calculator - 3 measurements ...
With bra bands you want to go tighter, not looser. If you don't get sufficient support from the band, the straps will dig, PAINFULLY, into your shoulders.

Also, I didn't follow your links, but be very careful when dealing with cup sizes larger than DD. The US / UK sizing tends to branch off in different directions. For example, a UK F-cup is the equivalent of a US G-cup (also known as DDDD).

If you've been wearing a 38 band and you feel it's too tight, considering using an extender instead of going up a band size. A 40 band would force you to use the tightest setting, which you don't want. Bands stretch over time, so you want the correct setting to be the loosest and then you can tighten it as it ages.
06/10/2012
Taylor Taylor
Quote:
Originally posted by Petite Valentine
With bra bands you want to go tighter, not looser. If you don't get sufficient support from the band, the straps will dig, PAINFULLY, into your shoulders.

Also, I didn't follow your links, but be very careful when dealing with cup ...
I didn't know that, thanks for the info!
06/10/2012
Ms. N Ms. N
Quote:
Originally posted by Petite Valentine
With bra bands you want to go tighter, not looser. If you don't get sufficient support from the band, the straps will dig, PAINFULLY, into your shoulders.

Also, I didn't follow your links, but be very careful when dealing with cup ...
I do sometimes use an extender with some of my bras.

When I can, I prefer to go without a bra altogether.
06/10/2012
Bullfroggy and Rose Bullfroggy and Rose
thanks for the information
06/10/2012
solitudinarian solitudinarian
I got 36K, 34J, 32K and 32HH. I'm generally a 32JJ.

Pretty much what Petite Valentine said.
06/10/2012
WhoopieDoo WhoopieDoo
I got:

42C

42DD

38DD

38DD

40D/40C (for a larger band and depending on brand)


....It's rare indeed when I can fill out a D cup, let alone a DD....
06/12/2012
Glinteye Glinteye
It's too confusing!
08/18/2012
ViVix ViVix
Quote:
Originally posted by Ms. N
After rereading the replies in this post, I decided to see if I could find an automated bra size calculator online. Of course, you can find anything online...in this case, I found several...

85B Bra Size Calculator - 3 measurements ...
I personally have been measured and yet have only found one bra that fits the way I would like. Bras are a b*tch. I wish more girls went braless...then I wouldn't stick out (literally and figuratively) in a crowd.
08/23/2012
Glinteye Glinteye
The first link was totally off for me, the others were more or less right.
10/15/2012
Glinteye Glinteye
If any one ever tells you to use the "add four inches for your band size" THEY ARE WRONG. Your correct band size is your under bust measurement in inches. End of story.
01/15/2013
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
And basically you want to be using the bra sizing for whichever BRAND you're wearing, so those calculators are basically useless
01/15/2013
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