MySkins™ Bra Fitting Guide
So many times women suffer in silence for beauty by throwing comfort aside and focusing on style, especially when it comes to lingerie. One major problem many women face when attempting to choose the perfect bra is sizing. Whether it’s a plunge bra or t-shirt bra; sizing can be major hassle resulting in a waste of time and money.
At MySkins™ we understand that fashion and comfort can go hand in hand, especially when the product is not only made with the best materials available but also encompass a variety of choices. We also pride ourselves in understanding how important the bra fitting process can be.
The life changing effects of finding a bra that fits properly is undeniable. Many women have been amazed by the changes in their overall appearance after getting rid of their poor fitting bras for a perfect fitting seamless bra.
A bad fitting bra can:
- Add a shapeless and unattractive look to your posture
- Cause scarring underneath and on the sides of your breast over time
- Cause back pain and neck pain from inadequate support
- Attribute to posture problems and constant slouching
A good fitting bra can:
- Change the silhouette and curves of a woman’s body
- Make you look slimmer while reshaping
- Allow your clothes to fit and look better on your body
- Give you a smaller waistline
- Give you a boost of confidence
Stop settling for expensive bras that never fit properly. Focus on purchasing functional lingerie that you will love. Follow the guide below in order to find a nude color bra that actually fits you and your lifestyle.
How To Really Find Your Bra Size
Step 1: Band Size Measurement: While wearing a non-padded bra, and keeping the measuring tape parallel with the ground, measure around your bra directly under your bust after expelling all the air from your lungs. Round all measurements to the nearest whole number.
*Tip: This number should be as small as possible, with the tape being pulled firm, but without binding the skin. If the measurement is an even number, add 4". If the measurement is an odd number, add 5".
Step 2: Cup Size Measurement: Standing straight, with your arm at your side, measure at the fullest part of your bust (not too tight, not too loose). Make sure the measuring tape stays parallel to the ground. Round all measurements to the nearest whole number.
Step 3: Bra Size Calculation: Subtract your band measurement from step 1, from your cup measurement in step 2. For each inch difference, the cup size goes up by one size, as shown in the example below:
Don’t have a tape measure at home? No problem! Print out this printable tape measure and follow the directions to find your perfect fit.