Most women do not know how to have the right bra size. That is why it is very common to hear women's complaints about feeling uncomfortable when wearing bras; the back bands going up, wires are poking you and the straps hurting your skin; or feeling like the cups are not fitted to your breasts. If you answered "Yes" on all questions, then you might be wearing bras that do not fit you.
Women who wear bras that don't fit are compromising their health and comfort that they need. In order to avoid that, here's a guide that will help you in finding the right size for you.
The first step is measuring your band size. To measure, put the tape measure around your ribcage and put it just right under your breasts. Hold the tape measure securely but not too tight. If the measurement results to an odd number, add five inches; if it is an even number, add four inches. That is your band size.
The next step in finding perfect fitting Primadonna bras is measuring your cup size. It will be determined by your full bust measurement. Take the tape measure and put it around the fullest part of your breasts, at the nipple area. If it resulted to half inches or odd digits, round it off to the nearest even number, and subtract it to the band size result. If the difference is 0 inch, cup size is equal to AA; 1 inch, cup size is equal to A; 2 inches, cup size is equal to B; 3 inches, cup size is equal to C; and 4 inches, cup size is equal to D.
The guide above is just an approximation as there are slight variations in results, depending upon the manufacturers. There are also other factors that can affect the size like breast shape, body size and fat. So be sure to check the Primadonna bras for cup sizing as this will be best if you really want to achieve comfort in your bra.
Just remember, in buying Primadonna bras, it is always better to go for comfort and how it supports your breasts rather than the style and look because you will be wearing them under your clothes, after all.