I got your Titi’s | How to Measure your Bra Size

Yup, I said it. I got your titi’s. Let me take a second to properly tell you how to measure your bra size. Because, let’s face it, when your rack looks good, everything does!

 

Every great look needs a strong foundation. When you find that “perfect bra” everything fits. Let me tell you, getting properly measured changed my life! And trust, it will change yours. With that “perfect bra” *everything* looks good. No lie. And, I’m not just talking about my blessings up top. My entire figure! My frumpy loose skin tummy doesn’t look loose anymore and, my curves are like, bam! [Double D’s on that b-tch!] Ok, it may have boosted my confidence a bit. Literally. But, every mama needs it. So, when I tell you it will change your life, I’m not kidding! With the correct undergarments, the rest of your clothes will fall into place creating that bombshell look for you.

 

You ready for a game changer? Measure them yourself with my tips below, hit me up or, visit a bra specialist near you. Boost those babies up, gain some confidence and always feel good about yourself. I got your titi’s! 😉

 

HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BRA SIZE:

 

Step 1: Measure below your breasts. This is the bad of your bra. Keep the tape tight and parallel to the ground.

Step 2: Round the measurement to the nearest whole number. If the number is odd, add 5. If it is even, add 4. This will give you your band measurement.

Step 3: Measure the broadest area of your breast, just about nipple level. Round that to the nearest whole number to determine your cup size.

Step 4: Now, take your band – breast measurement = your cup size!

 

CUP SIZE CHART:

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MY TIPS FOR YOU:

  • Be patient; try as many bras on as possible to find the bomb styles that fit you.
  • Give yourself some breathing room! When trying on, use two index fingers under the band to give yourself some space.
  • Beware of the double boob. If your breasts are overflowing in the cup, it is too small. Try a cup size up which, is never a bad thing!
  • Make sure you have full coverage. And, I mean entirely. Comfortably covered in each cup and completely supported. Now, look at them titi’s!

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