Guide to Bras
To find your cup size, measure around the fullest part of your bust, again it’s best to keep your bra on for this.
See arrow around breasts. You should always round up this measurement to get your correct cup size, for instance 84.8 cm will become 85 cm. There are enormous differences in cup size notation between manufacturers above D. So it is best to check the manufacturer’s measurements in the Size Guide on each product page to ensure the correct fit.
Click this external link Bra Size Converter to convert from various international sizes or click here Bra Size Calculator to calculate your bra size from measurements.
There are lots of great styles to choose from and we’ve given you a quick guide to the best – these not only look great under your clothes, they look great without them too!
This style is probably best for bigger cup sizes as it offers lots of support and shape for the wearer. But it still comes in lots of sexy styles that you’ll love wearing!
Basically what it says – the cup on this bra offers less coverage and support than the full cup. It comes in a range of pretty styles and materials plus some styles may also have moulded cups for extra support and shape. The half cup looks great and is perfect for all occasions!
Great for uplift and silhouette and looks terrific too! Perfect for low necklines.
For sexy increased cleavage the plunge bra is perfect. Gives a great look under clothes and a very sexy silhouette.
We think the name pretty much says it all! So for maximum effect (and cleavage!) you need a push-up bra – basically they create the effect of lots of cleavage by pushing the breasts together. Plus some may also have built in or removable pads to help create the look. They not only look fantastic but they’re perfect for low cut necklines and a sexy silhouette!
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