How to Read a Bra Tag

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The tag on a bra actually contains some valuable information that you should definitely read. Read a bra tag with help from a fashion expert in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hey, guys! This is Jen from the Jennifer Pierre Signature Collection. And today, I'm going to teach you how to read a bra tag. And sometimes, bra tags are really difficult, and they have their little words and terms that some people just don't understand. So, what I'm going to tell you today is, sometime U.S. and international sizes are a little bit different. So, let's say if you had a size of a U.S. 34C, in European, it'd be a 75C, so, that's the difference. The cups will always stay the same, but the sizes and the numbers would be a little bit different. So, the first thing I'm going to teach you about is, like I said, how to read a bra tag when you want to learn how to wash it. And, can you iron it? What can you do? Can it go in the washer? And, those type of things. So, if you ever see a little bowl with a hand in it, that means it's only washable hand wash. So, only hand wash. Don't put it in the little netted bags in the washer, because it's going to get messed up. The next one is the triangle. No bleaching or starching. So, none of those ingredients in a bra. Just wash your bra, cold water, nice and good, won't shrink, no metals will come out of it. The next thing is, if it has a iron with a slash over it, no ironing your bras. And, mostly, a lot of bras have that, unless it's a type of corset, or a nightgown that's not silk but a different material or cotton that you can iron, because some materials on a bra are so delicate, they're not made to be ironed. The circle with the X is "No Dryer." It's not good to put a bra in a dryer, because all the wires will start to pop out everywhere, and the bra will be done, or you have to sew it every time to make sure a new wire doesn't pop anywhere. Thanks, guys. You just learned how to read a bra tag from the Jennifer Pierre Signature Collection.


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