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Welcome to our Bra Fitting and Try Before You Buy Program.
On this page we will guide you through the fitting process using the Brooks fitting guide and kit you picked up at the store or was mailed to you. If you don't have a kit, simply stop into the store or drop us an email at [email protected] with your address and we will send one over to you.
How do I figure out my bra size in the first place? Follow along in the video above.
Being fitted by a bra expert at the store is probably the best option, but you can also measure your own size at home with just a few tools.
You’ll need a flexible tape measure or use the Brooks Bra Measuring Tape provided. It’s also best to wear a bra that doesn’t change your shape — no padding or compression. You can also just skip the bra.
How do I measure my band size?
Measure around your rib cage where the bottom band would sit. The tape measure should feel quite snug. If you get a fraction, round down to the nearest inch.
How do I figure out my cup size?
Measure around the fullest part of your breast — which may not be the center — and round up to the nearest inch. Then subtract your rib cage measurement. The difference in inches translates to the letter of your suggested cup size in this chart. If you get a fraction, round up to the nearest inch.
Once you know your size, remember these fit fundamentals.
Making sure your bra fits is the first step on the road to a great run. The best bra in the world won’t truly perform if it doesn’t fit correctly.
How should the bottom band fit?
Make sure the bottom band is snug and lies flat across your back — not riding up or loose around your rib cage.
If the bra has built-in cups, how should they fit?
The cups should fit smoothly — spilling out the sides or front means the cup size is too small, while extra space means the cups are too big. If your bra has removable cups, make sure they’re centered around your boobs and that they’re secure in the bra.
And if your bra doesn’t have cups at all, just ensure that the band isn’t pulling away from your rib cage — this can mean that the bra is too small for your cup size.
Should bra straps be super tight?
Straps should lie smoothly against your skin, without sliding around or digging uncomfortably into your skin.
If you are confident in your sizing and know the bra you want, jump on over to our Bra Section and select a great fitting bra.
For everyone else that still needs some help and want to try before you buy, click on this link, let us know a few details, and we will send you few bras to try. After 30 days you can keep the the bra/s you like, return the ones you don't and we will send over a payment link for the bra you keep.