The number in the bra size refers to your rib cage measurement in inches. Measure your rib cage immediately under your bust making sure the tape feels firm and add 5” if it’s an odd number or 6” if it’s an even number. For example, if you measure 27”, add 5 and your size is 32. Then you can use the size converter below to find your EUR size – in this example it would be 70.
The letter in the size refers to the cup. If you have tried a size 75B and the cup feels too small, try a 75C instead. The band is the same but the cup is a size bigger.
How to measure
Measure your chest around the fullest part of your bust while wearing a bra that fits well.
B: Under bust
Measure your ribcage immediately under your bust, making sure the tape feels firm.
Measure the narrowest part of your waistline.
Measure the fullest part of your hips.
E: Inside leg length
Measure from the top of your inside leg to the floor.