Remark: "Size" is the height of body, which is the standard of the length when design or choose
clothes, the unit is CM.
"Measurement" is the chest size and the chest size below breast of body, which is the standard of the width when design or choose clothes, the unit is CM.
To determine your bra size, wear a comfortable standard underwired bra (not padded or push-up, etc.). You should remain in a standingposition, keep your back and shoulders straight(don’t hold your breath or push your chest out). It can be difficult to measure yourself so you may have to ask a friend to help you, this will enable you to stand in the perfect position for measuringand allow you to keep your arms down by your sides.
1. Bust Measurement
Measure around the fullest part of your bust(at nipples level), keeping the tape measure straight all the way around your body.
2. Under Bust Measurement
To obtain your under bust measurement, measure very around your rib cage, just underneath your breasts. It should feei tight. Be sure that the tape mesure lies straight all the way around. The measuring tape must be parallel with the ground and not binding. The resulting number is your under bust measuremengt.
3. Waist Measurement
Bend to noe side to find natural indentation in torso. This is your natural waist. Run tape around natural waistline, making sure the tape is level around your waistline-not too loose, not too tight. The resulting number is your waist measurement.
4. Hip Measurement
Stand on a level surface wth feet together. Wrap a tape measure around the fullset part of hips and bottom (approximately 7” - 9”belowwaistline), keeping tape parallel with floor. The resulting number is your hip measurement.
1. Hold both ends of the bra(where the claspes are), one in each hand. Put yourarms through the strap loops and lean forward slightly so that your bust falls ino the cups. Hook the bra on the right clasp, adjusting for the circumference of your chest just below your bressts.
2. Position your breast in the cup by slipping a hand into the cup and lifting the breast while aligning the underwire on your ribcage along the natural crease of your breast to prevent pinching of the breast tissue.
3. You will probably have to adjust the length of the shoulder straps. Tighten the straps so that they support the breasts lightly without cutting into the skin or putting toob much strain on the shoulders.
4. Adjust the bra on yourself so that it fits comfortably.