Bra sizes that are the same in volume are often referred to as “sister sizes”. The grey cells in the table below demonstrate how the sizes diagonally adjacent from the top right to the bottom left are the same in breast volume i.e. the same volume of breast tissue spread across different size rib cages (band sizes).
For example, all of these sizes are cup-size equivalents: 28G = 30FF = 32F = 34DDD = 36DD = 38D = 40C. And here is the heart of why cup sizes mean absolutely nothing without a band size to define them. The person who wears a 28DD, for example, has less breast tissue than the person who wears the 34DD. In fact, a 34DD is cup size equivalent to 28FF!
Nov 14, 2014 · Every breast deserves to look its best. What Do the Letters and Numbers Actually Mean? What’s your bra size? Traditional bra sizes are a combination of letters and numbers. The number portion of the size (the 34 in 34C for example) represents your band size or the measurement around your rib cage just below your breasts. To get this number.
In order to understand how breast implants work, it helps to understand the structure of the breast. Breasts are tear-shaped, milk-producing glands that cover a woman's pectoral muscles and are suspended over the rib cage. They are held in place by supporting ligaments and Author: Robert Valdes.
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