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Traditional bra measurement may not tell their correct size of the Cup!

Why breast shape affect the size of your drink?

Let me tell you a little story about a special lingerie boutique called Rigby & Peller which has a Royal Warrant by the Queen of England (June Kenton is Royal corsetiere there).

Curious to know what I found behind the wall Rigby & Peller to the wall of wood, drawers of underwear luxury housing, I asked him what he had for someone who wears a 36A. "Honey, could never be a 36A."

"I recently measured. I am a 36A, "I said, knowing that I had been measured by a sales person in that pink lingerie store on the planet taking on a mall at a time.

"I'm sure your frame is much smaller than a 36." Has been installed here before? "

"No."

"Do you want to be? "

Smaller than a 36 … If Queen Elizabeth trusts them with her jewelry, then there must be something. "Yes. I love it. "

Instead of tape, Tanya, my personal installer in the Knightsbridge store, looked at me with a bare torso and announced that I was a 32C. Than, Of course, I get dizzy with laughter. You see, there is no way I could be 32 "C" because my breasts are, frankly, too little. A "C" cup belongs a woman with large breasts Bodacious.

How could a woman with small breasts are a "C" cup?

Tanya explained that, like many women, the shape of my breasts are larger. It is common for many small-breasted women to climb a cup size or two to get the right fit. A Over time, our breasts change due to weight loss, pregnancy, contraceptive pill, age and other factors sport. All this affects our cup size.

I had to stay and see if Tania was right about me. We proceeded to lead me in the most beautiful girl I bras I've seen in 32C. You know what? That way!

All I could do was hug her.

Tanya not only makes me feel completely comfortable in my new magnificent, bras improve the separation, but also gave me the best experience of underwear ever! After all, they go into a store thinking you're a 36A and rides out a 32C?

How could there be discrepancy in my measurements?

1. The sales person at the "place with no name" pink underwear on clothes measured me – I could have done my band size more

2. He had lost five pounds between fittings – which will make smaller band size. For this reason, Rigby & Peller recommends getting fitted (or measured) every six months

3. Tanya, the best way to Rigby & Peller, took into account the shape of my breast (which calls for a larger cup size, but my breasts do not look like a typical full "C")

What does this mean?

I consider myself small breasts. To look at me, you'd think that I could not in a million years to fill a "C" cup. But what I learned at Rigby & Peller is that the shape of a woman's breasts is as important as the size of the band.

Rigby & Peller has established than women who enter his store "… approximately 80% of women are wearing the wrong bra size. The most common mistake is to wear a bra too large in the back (the band size) and too small in the cup which causes all sorts of unpleasant problems.

What will wear a band size that is too large and a cup size that is too small to do?

1. The band will travel to the back. Look in the mirror side. In instead of her breasts were level with his band, their breasts are smaller than the band on the back. The band is comfortable fit, but not cut into your skin, causing back division

2. The tops are different, sometimes gives the impression that you are not filling your cup. This is not true, the cup size is too small

3. You see the fold of the material on the sides of her bra, which indicates that the band is too large
You may feel the need to adjust or pull down her bra or forward back, since up rides

If this is happening to you, do the following:

1. Find out your band size. Get a tape measure. Measure snugly around your back and under the chest. If the number is even, add 4 to get your band size. If the number is odd, add 5 to get the size of his band. For example: If you scored 32, add 4 and band size is 36. Voila!

2. Go shopping. In a shop, case of fasteners in the size of your group with 1-2 cups of size larger than the size of the original canopy. For example, if you normally wear an "A" cup test "B" and "C" cups. More than likely you will find that, due to the shape of the chest of a larger cup size flatter your breasts and enhance their cleavage. Note, it is necessary to try several brands when shopping. Each brand of fasteners cut a little different. You'll find there are a couple brands that work best shape of your chest.

We recommend that if you measured your bra size (cup and band) with a tape measure and you still have problems, try to get equipped with the old way, as Queen Elizabeth. Get personally fitted at Rigby & Peller in London. If you can not go there, then you can get the results real do it yourself. Either way, you will feel good about yourself and look confident, no matter what the tape measure says about her cup size!

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Gayvin Powers is a writer and lingerie guru. I’ve been addicted to finding gorgeous lingerie ever since I bought my first hideous training bra. If I’m not dreaming about lingerie, I’m perusing stores for it, seeking it online or designing it. I just can’t get enough!

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