Measure your bust size by taking a measurement from below your breasts, then measuring across the largest part of the bust and calculating the bra size. Use a specific calculation to find your bust size with help from an image and etiquette consultant in this free video on fashion.
Hello, my name is Gabriela Garzon at G.G. Image and Etiquette Consulting in Miami, Florida. In this clip I'm going to talk about how to measure your bust size. The bust size is basically the cup, which means this part, here. Now, your band size, the cup which is, you know, A,B,C,D. The band size, it's what's underneath, which is a number. Thirty four, thirty six, thirty eight, whatever that is. So, for you to know your bust size, you need to measure first underneath. Then whatever number you have underneath, you're going to add...if it's an odd number you're going to add five. And if it's an even number you're going to add a six. Whatever you get from that number over here, you're going to subtract that number from the number you get at your bust, meaning the widest part on your top. So you subtract what you got here from this one. Whatever it is that you get, if it's a one, it's a double A, if it's a two it's an A, if it's a two, it's a B. And that way you should be able to know your bust size, which is the fullest part of your top. Once again, this is Gabriela Garzon at G.G. Image and Etiquette Consulting.