HOW TO USE THE FLOATLEY BRA SIZE CHART
First things first! Finding the perfect bra size is essential for comfort and support. We want you to feel and look your best the whole day.
Follow these 4 simple steps to use the Floatley Bra Size Chart:
What you’ll need:
A simple non-padded or thin padded bra (for the most natural look) so that your boobs are in the right position
A soft measuring tape
Let’s get started:
1. MEASURE YOUR BAND SIZE
a. Firmly but comfortably place the measuring tape around your ribcage or right underneath the band of your bra. Make sure it is level or parallel to the floor.
b. If you land on an even number this is your band size
c. If you land on an odd number, you’ll want to round up or round down to the nearest even number based on your build
Round down a band size if the under band is riding up / hiking back. This means the back is too big, so the breast will not be supported.
Round down a band size if the straps are too long or if you need to tighten your straps extensively
Round up a band size if the under band is digging in. This means the back is too small, so it will become uncomfortable to wear, in some case even to breath in or leaves marks on your skin.
2. MEASURE YOUR CUP SIZE
a. Place the measuring tape around the fullest part of your bust and make sure it is level
b. Your breast needs to rest in the cups, it should be comfortable and supportive.
c. Go up a cup size if you your breasts are overspilling, this means the cups are too small.
d. Go down a cup size if there is a gap between your breasts or around the edge of the cup, this means the cup may be too big.
3. CALCULATE THE CUP
a. BUST MEASUREMENT – UNDER BAND MEASUREMENT = CUP SIZE
b. Every inch equals one cup size
4. DETERMINE YOUR BRA SIZE
a. Take your band size and your cup size, put them together to get your bra size
b. Here’s an example: If you measure your band size as 34 inches and your cup size is 37 inches, the difference between the two is 3 inches. This means you have a C cup, and your bra size is 36C