Maternity Bra Fit Guide

Maternity Bra Fit Guide

BRA FIT GUIDE

Like a pair of jeans, every bra fits slightly differently and not every bra will suit every bust shape, so it’s great to try a few styles of Hotmilk bras to make sure you get the support you deserve.

We recommend order several models, us you can return for free. Below are some steps on how to fit your bra correctly... 

MEASUREMENT GUIDES

Please measure with a bra on. When measuring, you need to measure quite tight for your underbust measurement, and then over the bust, you measure loosely. Otherwise your result will be incorrect. 

Sample. If your band size is 80 cm and chest girth is 97 cm, you will need 80C size.

If you measure yourself during pregnancy, estimate that your girth will be 1-2 cm smaller after giving birth.  The chest volume will be larger, so you will need size 80D.
 

Size

70

75

80

85

90

95

Band size, cm

68-72

73-77

78-82

83-87

88-92

93-97

Cup size, cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

B

84-86

89-91

94-96

99-101

104-106

109-111

C

86-88

91-93

96-98

101-103

106-108

111-113

D

88-90

93-95

98-100

103-105

108-110

113-115

E

90-92

95-97

100-102

105-107

110-112

115-117

F

92-94

97-99

102-104

107-109

112-114

117-119

 

CUP. Should sit comfortably over the breast and provide good coverage without any wrinkling or bulging over the cup. If pregnant, ensure you have enough room in the cup to allow one hand to slide into the upper cup for expansion when your milk flow arrives.

Breatsfeeding bra fitting recomendations

BACK.  Should run parallel with the ground and sit firmly but comfortably around the back. If you are in the later stages of pregnancy, ensure you have enough room to tighten the band once baby is born and your diaphragm contracts back in.

 

STRAPS Should rest comfortably on the shoulders. They should feel supportive and not dig-in or leave red marks.

 

 If you are not sure about your size, order several models and sizes. You will return the wrong ones for free.

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