How to measure for your correct bra sizing:
3 Step Sizing
Two measurements are required to determine your correct bra size.
First, place the tape measure underneath the bust, holding it straight and firm around the body. This is best done in front of a mirror with the centimetre side of the tape in view and with your arms down.This measurement is recorded and compared with the second.
Second, In a similar manner, place the measuring tape over the fullest part of the bust, taking care not to squash or distort the bust and ensuring that the tape is kept horizontal to the ground once again.
Third, Compare the difference between these two measurements to calculate your cup size using the table below.
|First Under Bust Measurement|
|65cm||Size 8 Bra|
|70cm||Size 10 Bra|
|75cm||Size 12 Bra|
|80cm||Size 14 Bra|
|85cm||Size 16 Bra|
|90cm||Size 18 Bra|
|95cm||Size 20 Bra|
|100cm||Size 22 Bra|
|105cm||Size 24 Bra|
|Second Comparison Measurement|
|Difference of 13cm||A Cup|
|Difference of 15cm||B Cup|
|Difference of 17cm||C Cup|
|Difference of 19cm||D Cup|
|Difference of 21cm||DD Cup|
|Difference of 23cm||E Cup|
|Difference of 25cm||F Cup|
|Difference of 27cm||G Cup|
Remember that the above measurements are a guide only! There are other factors that may affect the bra and cup size. A professional fitting is recommended at least once ayear, if you have recently lost or gained weight and/or if your calculated size is not fitting as expected.
Furthermore, sizing may differ due to the type fabric used to make the bra, the unique styling of a particular bra or just between labels. Please visit a Capri store for a FREE professional fitting as often as you can.
Standard sizing for sleepwear and clothing is listed below, we will advise if a particular item appears to fit differently for any reason.
|Size Guide for Fashion Clothing and Sleepwear|