What is the difference between a 32c cup bras and 34c cup bra?
well i'm a 32c. My friend is a 34c, and she looks a lot bigger. She doesn't believe that i'm a 32c, as i "don't look it". I am also skinnier, and a bit taller than her.
She say that no matter what, a c cup is a c cup. The cup doesn't get bigger no thing if you are a 32 or a 36. I asked some people who actually do bra measurements, and they said that the cup DOES go and get bigger, but my friend still doesn't believe me, as we can't possibly be the "same" size. But we're not!! the cup gets bigger, and since shes a 34c and i'm a 32c, her bras are bigger. I even tried them on and vice versa!!
can anyone please give me a definite explanation as to what the difference is, and actually prove to me the cup does get bigger, so i can show her and after she can believe me.
Thank - you!
I don't know who you talk to that said some c cups are bigger than other c cups because that is wrong. A c cup is the same as a c cup. If it be bigger it would be a cc cup.
Here is how to find your bra size. It explains the above a little more:
1. Determine Frame & Bra Size
The frame size is the diameter around your chest JUST BELOW your breasts. Using the tape index, measure around your ribcage directly under your breasts. There should be no breast tissue measured while determining your frame size. Record your results on the printed form.
To determine the bra size, tag on 5 to this number. If the number you get is odd, round up to the subsequent even number. For example, if your frame size is 26 inches, when you add 5 to this you get 31 inches. You should in consequence round up to the even number which is 32 inches (since bras only come in even numbers). This is your bra size, 32 inches.
2. Determine Breast Size
The subsequent measurement goes around the chest over and including the fullest bit of your bust (usually at the level of the nipples). Technically, you should take this width while wearing a comfortable bra. This is the diameter of your chest+breast. Record this number on the form.
3. Calculate Cup Size
Now, take the chest + breast size number, and subtract your bra size number. Then use the table below to determine your cup size.
Difference (line 5 minus 4) Cup Size
0 to 1/2 inch --AA
1/2 to 1 inch --A
1 to 2 1/2 inches --B
2 1/2 to 3 1/2 inches --C
3 1/2 to 4 1/2 inches --D
4 1/2 to 6 inches --DD (E)
6 to 7 inches ---DDD (F)
7 to 8 inches --G
Let's assume your frame size is 31 inches, your bra size is therefore 36 inches (31 + 5 = 36 inches). In extra, assume you measured your chest+breast size at 40 inches. Now, take your chest+breast size (40), and subtract your bra size (36). You get 4 inches as the difference. Using the table above, you find that anyone next to a difference between 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 inches (including 4) has a cup size D. Your correct bra and cup size is therefore 36 D.