Bralette Sizing


How to Measure your Breastfeeding/Nursing Bra Size:
To start the process you will need a flexible measuring tape that is used to measure distance. If you get a odd number, round up to a even number.
1. Measure Your Band Size:                                                                           
Using the measuring tape, wrap is around your ribcage close-fitting, directly under your bust. If you get a odd number, round up to a even number.
2. Measure Your Cup Size:
Take a loose measurement over the fullest part of your breast, usually around the nipple. If needed round up to the nearest inch. (Please note when your milk first comes in after birth, you can go up 1/2 to 1 full cup size)
3. Calculate Your Bra Size:
Subtract your band size from your bust size, and use the difference to find your cup size on the bra size chart below.
 

Bust Minus Band Difference

US Cup Sizes

European

UK

less than 1"

AA

AA

AA

1"

A

A

A

2"

B

B

B

3"

C

C

C

4"

D

D

D

5"

DD/E

E

DD

6"

DDD/F

F

E

7"

DDDD/G

G

F

8"

DDDDD/H

H

FF

9"

DDDDDD/I

I

G

10"

J

J

GG

11"

K

 

H

12"

L

 

HH

13"

M

 

J

14"

N

 

K

15"

O

 

L

According to your new bra size, be sure to check the sizing chart before ordering, since I have designed special sizing for the bralette. Please keep in mind when your milk first comes in, you will go up in bust size 1/2 cup to 1 full cup. The wireless elastic waistband is soft, comfortable, and adjustable during your size fluctuations throughout motherhood. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us at corinne@ohlalari.com! 
Quick Reference for US Sizing:
  • Small: 30A, 30B, 30C, 30D, 30DD, 32A, 32B
  • Medium: 32C 32D 34A 34B 34C 36A 36B 36C
  • Large: 32DD 34D 34DD 36D 38A 38B 38C 
  • X Large: 36DD 38D 38DD 40A 40B 40C 40D 40DD

US SIZE CHART

INTERNATIONAL SIZE CHARTS