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Follow the easy steps of our Bra Guide to find the perfect fit for your next bra, whether it's your first or your fiftieth!
Step 1: With a bra on, measure directly under your bust using a flexible measuring tape. Find this number along the top row.
Step 2: Then measure the fullest part of your bust. Find this number along the left column.
Step 3: Now find where your measurements intersect on the Bra Size chart to discover your bra size.
Remember, this is just a guide. You should always try bras on before purchasing them.
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There are tons of bras to choose from today. Choose a girl below to start learning about all the different styles.
With no straps to keep this bra from traveling south, the trick is finding one that’s comfy and stays put. A go-to strapless bra is a must in your bra bag of tricks!
Talk about bra versatility! Convertible bras have removable straps that can be adjusted in lots of different ways to fit your favorite (and craziest!) outfits.
The racerback bra is a sports bra and basic bra rolled into one. The front looks like a basic bra, but the straps form a “Y” or “T” in the back like a sports bra.
Wearing a sports bra helps you focus on the game, and nothing but the game! Not only do sports bras give your chest that high-activity support, you don’t even have to play sports to wear one! Score!
Just like your BFF, this bra’s always there for you. It’s the one you probably want to get in lots of different colors and styles, because it’s, well – a trusted basic!
A good training bra is sort of like a sports bra. Training bras are good when you’re developing because you don’t need a lot of support. But don’t forget to graduate!
The tricky thing about bras is that different brands don't always fit the same. So even though you know your size, you might need to try on a few before you find one that's perfect for you.
Now that you've got your size, check out the different styles!