Size Guide Regular Cup Bra
Regular Cup Bra Size Guide (cm)
Snag Bras are super soft and comfy with no underwire in sight. There are no cup sizes here because they are designed using a material that has four way stretch. Follow the size guide below to find your perfect Snag Bra and keep scrolling for detailed fitting and size advice.
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How to measure Snag Bras
UNDERBUST: Wrap your measuring tape around your body underneath your boobs, at the base of the breast tissue. Keep the tape level to the floor. Breathe normally. Holding your breath may give an incorrect measurement. The tape should be fitting snugly against your body, but not too tight.
BUST AT FULLEST: Wrap your measuring tape around your body at the fullest part of your bust. We recommend wearing your best fitting bra to take this measurement, ideally with no/minimal padding. Keep the tape level with the floor and breathe normally, do not hold your breath. Relax your arms down by your sides (or close to your sides if measuring yourself).
TOP TIP: Having someone to help you measure may be easier, but if you're alone try standing in front of a mirror so you can check your tape is as level as possible.
Our bras are available in 2 cup sizes, Regular and Full. Our Regular cups have been designed to accommodate smaller bust to under band ratios. Our fuller cups have been designed to accommodate larger bust to under band ratios. If you are looking for light support lounge bra with a focus on comfort, size up. If you are looking for greater lift and firm support, size down
WHY ARE WE NOT PROVIDING CUP SIZES ON THE SIZE CHART? Our bras can accommodate a range of cup sizes. The 4-way stretch material moulds to your bust and the back fastening has 4 hook and eyes for a customised under band fit. During the 2 years it has taken to develop our first Snag bra, we have fit tested on a range of models from an A to a J cup.
But did you know that 80% of women do not know their correct bra size? The traditional method of calculating a cup size from your under bust and bust measurement can often overestimate your band size and underestimate your cup size. Studies have shown that as your band size increases, this calculation can become even more inaccurate.
Your breast shape and volume may dictate your best bra size beyond the limitations of a measurement chart. In this case we advise you to use our personal preference guide and trouble shooting tips along with the size chart provided. If you need further guidance please get in touch, our team are happy to help.
If your Snag bra is not fitting as well as you would like, here are some troubleshooting tips:
Are your straps slipping? Try tightening the straps. If the problem persists, check your under band. Is it still too loose when on the smallest hook and eye? You may need to size down.
Are your straps digging in? Try loosening the straps. If the problem persists, check your under band. Is it still too loose when on the smallest hook and eye? You may need to size down so that more support is given at the under band, taking the pressure off of the straps. If you have a very full bust, straps digging in after hours of wear can be a common complaint. In this case we recommend trying our bra strap pads.
Do you have side boob? Try loosening the straps. If the problem persists, you may need to size up.
Do your boobs spill over the cups? The cups may be too small. Try sizing up.
Are your cups rippling, wrinkled or loose? The cups may be too large. Try sizing down.
Need further help? Please send 3 x clear well lit images (front, back and side view) wearing your Snag bra, along with your under bust and bust at fullest measurements to email@example.com.