by Amy Wicks
photo by CN Digital StudioIf you've always hard a hard time finding a bra that fits--whether you're a 32B or a 38D--you'll be happy to hear that one company is trying to make life a little easier. After eight years of testing, Jockey is introducing 55 new bra sizes that are focused on breast volume and shape, not just bust size.
See more: 35 Truths About Marriage--From a Guy's Point of View
Jockey's new bra system is pretty simple: For $20, you can order a bra kit that has 10 plastic cups in different shapes and measuring tape.
Find the best-fitting cup and then measure your rib cage. "Someone with a 34-inch rib cage and medium-size breasts might wear a 5-34 or a 6-34," according to the New York Times. Once you've found the perfect fit, bras can be purchased online for $60.
See more: 10 Beauty Tricks That Make Guys Melt
This is kind of like going to one of those custom-fit bra boutiques, but you do all the measuring instead of a salesperson.
Does this sound intriguing to you? Would you try Jockey's new bra system?
More from Glamour:
10 Wardrobe Essentials Every Woman Should Own
15 Hair-Color Makeover Ideas to Try in 2013
9 Wavy Hairstyles To Try This Summer
62 Diamond Engagement Rings Under $5,000
by Amy Wicks