Rayna Carlian
Registered On: March 4, 2020
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Cup sizes increase as band size increases, I have found.

There are charts you can use to see what cup size you are. You can use this in reverse to see how large you want the cups to be. Therefore, a B cup on a band in the 40’s isn’t “small”… So, if you’re looking for the look of a modest bosom, I wouldn’t go to a C cup. B might be plenty to let you create some shape without looking unbalanced.

The balance all depends on your lower half shape, whether that’s naturally round or rounded by padding.

Take your time, Bras aren’t cheap and you want one that fits well.

If you’re up for it, a professional fitting is best.

Good luck and have fun out there!



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