The Bra Fitting Guide : How to measure your bra size?

Never wear the wrong bra size again! See how you can measure yourself at home to find your perfect bra size with the easiest tutorial on the web! Bra Size Chart: https://bit.ly/2IGkHgI Bra Guide : https://www.lavieenrose.com/en/bra-guide Subscribe for more tips: https://bit.ly/2HRMop6 Find us also on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lavieenrose/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lavieenrose/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/laVieenRose/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ca/lavieenrose/ 🌸🌸🌸 80%of women are looking for more comfortable and perfectly fitted bra. There is a perfect bra for each and everyone of us. Here is the easiest 101 on the web to understand how to find your bra size! Step 1 Start by putting your mo st comfortable bra, avoiding push-up styles and take a measuring tape. You can ask a friend for help if you need it or stop by la Vie en Rose , we got you covered. Start by putting the tape under your bust to measure your torso band. The measuring tape should lay flat across your back This measurement should be taken fairly tight. Exhale deeply. The measurement should represent the smallest size of your ribcage. 80% of the support comes from the band. Step 2 You have to measure the widest part of your bust to determine your cup size. To do this, leave the measuring tape along your back and re-adjust it in the front, so that the tape can measure the widest part of your bust. Most important, don’t put the measuring tape too tight . Just follow the natural line of your bust. Now, with the 2 measurements, you can compare the two to calculate your bra size. Step 3 To know your perfect bra size, I carry this bra size chart. Here is how to read the chart and for those who are in a hurry you can click on this link: https://bit.ly/2IGkHgI You take the first measurement, the size of the bra band. In my case, it is 36 inches. Then I compare it to the second measurement. The one on my bust which is 38 inches. So, if I follow the bra size calculator, my ideal bra fitting is 36C. Here are few extra tips: -If your bust spills out in front or on the sides, it's not the right bra cup size. -Also, if the band is too tight around your ribcage, it's too small. -And if the band prevents your from breathing, it's too small. -But if you feel that there is too much space, I suggest you to adjust the straps. -If you get to the end of the straps, you need a smaller cup size. -If the band rides up your back it's way too big. The keyword here is comfort! Make sure you can easily slight 2 fingers between your body and the bra when it’s attached to the 2nd hook from the middle. Take some time to adjust your straps and make sure they are comfortable and don’t slip off! And if your bra feels worn out you should probably stop by la Vie en Rose to get a new one! Equivalent bra sizes Did you know that there are equivalent bra sizes? This means that if your ideal size is not available in a certain model, the equivalent size might be a good things. It may allow you to get a bit of space along the torso or provide a cup that is more fitted if that's what you prefer! 🌸🌸🌸 If you have any questions, contact us at info@lavieenrose.com Find the nearest store: https://www.lavieenrose.com/en/our-stores/

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Never wear the wrong bra size again!
See how you can measure yourself at home to find your perfect bra size with the easiest tutorial on the web!

Bra Size Chart: https://bit.ly/2IGkHgI
Bra Guide : https://www.lavieenrose.com/en/bra-guide
Subscribe for more tips: https://bit.ly/2HRMop6

Find us also on:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lavieenrose/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lavieenrose/
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/laVieenRose/
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ca/lavieenrose/

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80%of women are looking for more comfortable and perfectly fitted bra. There is a perfect bra for each and everyone of us. Here is the easiest 101 on the web to understand how to find your bra
size!

Step 1
Start by putting your mo st comfortable bra, avoiding push-up styles and take a measuring tape. You can ask a friend for help if you need it or stop by la Vie en Rose , we got you covered.

Start by putting the tape under your bust to measure your torso band. The measuring tape should lay flat across your back This measurement should be taken fairly tight. Exhale deeply. The
measurement should represent the smallest size of your ribcage. 80% of the support comes from the band.

Step 2
You have to measure the widest part of your bust to determine your cup size. To do this, leave the measuring tape along your back and re-adjust it in the front, so that the tape can measure the
widest part of your bust.

Most important, don’t put the measuring tape too tight . Just follow the natural line of your bust.
Now, with the 2 measurements, you can compare the two to calculate your bra size.

Step 3
To know your perfect bra size, I carry this bra size chart. Here is how to read the chart and for those who are in a hurry you can click on this link: https://bit.ly/2IGkHgI

You take the first measurement, the size of the bra band. In my case, it is 36 inches. Then I compare it to the second measurement. The one on my bust which is 38 inches.

So, if I follow the bra size calculator, my ideal bra fitting is 36C.

Here are few extra tips:
-If your bust spills out in front or on the sides, it’s not the right bra cup size.
-Also, if the band is too tight around your ribcage, it’s too small.
-And if the band prevents your from breathing, it’s too small.
-But if you feel that there is too much space, I suggest you to adjust the straps.
-If you get to the end of the straps, you need a smaller cup size.
-If the band rides up your back it’s way too big.

The keyword here is comfort!

Make sure you can easily slight 2 fingers between your body and
the bra when it’s attached to the 2nd hook from the middle. Take some time to adjust your straps and make sure they are comfortable and don’t slip off!

And if your bra feels worn out you should probably stop by la Vie en Rose to get a new one!

Equivalent bra sizes
Did you know that there are equivalent bra sizes? This means that if your ideal size is not available in a certain model, the equivalent size might be a good things. It may allow you to get a bit of space along the torso or provide a cup that is more fitted if that’s what you prefer!

🌸🌸🌸

If you have any questions, contact us at info@lavieenrose.com
Find the nearest store: https://www.lavieenrose.com/en/our-stores/

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Never wear the wrong bra size again!
See how you can measure yourself at home to find your perfect bra size with the easiest tutorial on the web!

Bra Size Chart: https://bit.ly/2IGkHgI
Bra Guide : https://www.lavieenrose.com/en/bra-guide
Subscribe for more tips: https://bit.ly/2HRMop6

Find us also on:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lavieenrose/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lavieenrose/
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/laVieenRose/
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ca/lavieenrose/

🌸🌸🌸

80%of women are looking for more comfortable and perfectly fitted bra. There is a perfect bra for each and everyone of us. Here is the easiest 101 on the web to understand how to find your bra
size!

Step 1
Start by putting your mo st comfortable bra, avoiding push-up styles and take a measuring tape. You can ask a friend for help if you need it or stop by la Vie en Rose , we got you covered.

Start by putting the tape under your bust to measure your torso band. The measuring tape should lay flat across your back This measurement should be taken fairly tight. Exhale deeply. The
measurement should represent the smallest size of your ribcage. 80% of the support comes from the band.

Step 2
You have to measure the widest part of your bust to determine your cup size. To do this, leave the measuring tape along your back and re-adjust it in the front, so that the tape can measure the
widest part of your bust.

Most important, don’t put the measuring tape too tight . Just follow the natural line of your bust.
Now, with the 2 measurements, you can compare the two to calculate your bra size.

Step 3
To know your perfect bra size, I carry this bra size chart. Here is how to read the chart and for those who are in a hurry you can click on this link: https://bit.ly/2IGkHgI

You take the first measurement, the size of the bra band. In my case, it is 36 inches. Then I compare it to the second measurement. The one on my bust which is 38 inches.

So, if I follow the bra size calculator, my ideal bra fitting is 36C.

Here are few extra tips:
-If your bust spills out in front or on the sides, it’s not the right bra cup size.
-Also, if the band is too tight around your ribcage, it’s too small.
-And if the band prevents your from breathing, it’s too small.
-But if you feel that there is too much space, I suggest you to adjust the straps.
-If you get to the end of the straps, you need a smaller cup size.
-If the band rides up your back it’s way too big.

The keyword here is comfort!

Make sure you can easily slight 2 fingers between your body and
the bra when it’s attached to the 2nd hook from the middle. Take some time to adjust your straps and make sure they are comfortable and don’t slip off!

And if your bra feels worn out you should probably stop by la Vie en Rose to get a new one!

Equivalent bra sizes
Did you know that there are equivalent bra sizes? This means that if your ideal size is not available in a certain model, the equivalent size might be a good things. It may allow you to get a bit of space along the torso or provide a cup that is more fitted if that’s what you prefer!

🌸🌸🌸

If you have any questions, contact us at info@lavieenrose.com
Find the nearest store: https://www.lavieenrose.com/en/our-stores/

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