Take the measuring tape and position it directly under your bust right where the breast tissue ends. Stand upright without a bra on, and using a measuring tape, measure around your back and under your bust, where the band of a bra would usually sit.
Take about 10 to 20 minutes to do your measurements.
How to measure your bust line. The measuring tape should be parallel to the floor and fit snugly around your torso without digging into your skin. Understanding how and where to measure your bust will help you get a perfect fit, whether you're sewing clothing, ordering a sweater or investing in a custom corset. Slide it tape so that it surrounds your chest and falls just under your armpits.
Then, in a line corresponding to your circumference under the bust, find the right bra size that matches the breasts’ circumference. Rest it securely around the widest part of your chest, which is often above or at the nipple line. Wrap the string around your bust first under the bust line, then on the bust line.
It is easy to measure your bra size without a tape measure. Given below are tips on how to measure your bust line. Place the tape measure around your back and across your nipples.
It is a body measurement which measures the circumference of a woman's torso at the level of the breasts. Do have a bra fitting if you prefer or let someone help you. Next, it's time to measure your bust, which is a key part in determining your cup size.
Bust size measurements are confusing, whether you're shopping for clothing, sewing patterns, bras or formal wear. Make sure your body is relaxed and your arms are down at your sides. The number on the tape measure is your true bust, but for fitting bras you need to round to the nearest even number.
A bustline is an arbitrary line encircling the fullest part of the bust or body circumference at the bust. So if your bust is 33 1/2 inches, round up to 34 inches. Take a tape measure and wrap it around your chest, directly along the line where your bra band would be.
Now measure around the fullest part of your breast. How to measure your bra size Wrap the measuring tape around your rib cage to measure under your bust.
By using a flat, straight tape, directly on your skin and under your bust line, you will be able to find out the correct size of your bra. The lowest number on the tape should rest on inner shoulder. If your circumference is 75 and you have 92 cm in your breasts, then you should choose a cup c.
Measure the circumference of your chest. It is measured by keeping a measuring tape horizontal and wrapping it around the body so that it goes over the nipples and under the arms. Start by holding the end of the tape measure at the center front of your body, in line with the fullest part of your bust.
The band or frame size is the firm circumference, fitted not tightly, measured directly underneath the breasts. Round to the nearest whole number. How to measure your bra band size.
Your band size is the sum of this calculation. Let the full length of measure tape down to the buttocks when standing upright. Measure from your waist down to the surface.
Round the number on the tape measure to the nearest even number. This number is your topbust. Keep the tape parallel to the floor at all times and snug against your bust for more accurate measurements.
Wrap a measuring tape around your rib cage, just below your bust line. Your arms should be down and the tape measure should be snug against your body. Measure the crotch length by placing the end of the measuring tape at your waist in front, then drawing the tape measure through your legs.
It should feel snug, but not tight. Hold the end of the tape measure at your navel and circle it around your back to the front of your waist. Wrap the tape around your torso.
Use the following to convert the bra sizes betweem different locations. The tape measure should be directly underneath your breasts. Make sure the tape is going around in a steady, even line.
Stand up straight and breathe normally. Now, wrap the measuring tape around your chest, below your arms, over the breasts and note down the measurement. Measure the circumference of your waist.
This measurement is your underbust, as shown by the red line in the diagram. If it’s odd, add five. The number on the tape measure is your true bust, but for fitting bras you need to round to the nearest even number.
The bust size is the loose circumference measured around the chest over the fullest part of the breasts, while standing straight with arms to the side, and wearing a properly fitted bra. So if your bust is 33 1/2 inches, round up to 34 inches. Use some string or a cord instead of the measuring tape.
Put your finger on the tape at your natural waist in back, and that's your crotch length. Now, subtract chest size from bust line to determine your cup size. Wrap a tape a little higher now — under your arms and above the bust line, where your upper breast connects with a collarbone.
Line up the measuring tape around. The tape should be level and very snug. A tape measure is the most appropriate way to figure out the measurement of your bust line.
This will allow you to determine the size of the cup. Or either, you can ask a friend to help you as they can pull the tape around your torso in a single motion. Most important thing is that you do take action.
Measuring your underbust and bust size yourself isn’t difficult. Place one end of the tape measure at the fullest part of your bust, wrap it around (under your armpits, around your shoulder blades, and back to the front) to get the measurement. Breathe normally and inhale slightly, then record the measurement after exhaling.
Determine the correct dimensions by using a straightedge or folding ruler. Drop a measure tape down your back, which starting at inner shoulder. Take note of the measurement.
How to measure bra size. It should wrap around loosely, not as tight as possible. Pass the tape under your arm and wrap it around your back.
If it’s an even number, that is your band size. Measure around your chest just below the swell of your breast. This measurement is your bust line measurement and it should be larger than your chest size as your chest size is excluded of breasts.
For crotch depth, sit down on a flat surface. Use the tape to circle your waist (sort of like a belt would) at your. If you are performing the measuring yourself, make sure the numbers are turned out so that you can read it in the mirror.
Measure your bust line by wrapping the measuring tape around the largest part of your bust, over your unpadded bra. Make certain the measuring tape is snug, but not constricting. Wrap a tape measure around the fullest part of your bust.
Note of the exact length with a pen. Using your tape measurer, measure around the fullest part of your bust. If the number is even, add four inches.
Bring it back to meet the end in the front. Combining results will give the bra full size.