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Can you believe that an estimated four out of five women aren't wearing the proper bra? To measure yourself for a bra, you need a measuring tape and a mirror. You can do without the mirror, but it can be a bit awkward. Measure yourself around your chest, just underneath your breasts. Take that number and add five inches - that gives you your band size. If the total number is an odd number, round up to the next even number. For instance, if your under-breast measurement is thirty-two, you add five inches, making it thirty-seven, then round up to the next even number, which makes it a thirty-eight.
Next measure around the biggest part of your breasts, usually over the nipple line. Here's where the mirror comes in handy; you can use it toRead More »from Busting out of Your Bra? Get the Right Fit Now