Ladies with cup sizes larger than a D cup, how many times have you gone bra shopping and not been sure what cup size letter is yours? A 38E, 38F and 38DDD can all be the same cup size! Bet you didn't know that? Confusion abounds because bra manufacturers only agree on what to call cup sizes AA, A, B, C, and D. Bigger than D, and you find yourself in a quagmire of different letters.
Well, I've been working on this problem as the owner of HerRoom for years. I'm excited to be able to tell you that the confusion and mayhem over your cup sizing is hopefully a thing of the past. Only at HerRoom can you find a simple and fast way to track down your cup size. It's our new The 4 Elements Of Game
w.herroom.com/universal-cup-size.aspx”>Universal Cup Sizing. It's easy – just select your regular cup size in the brand you feel fits the best, and voila – we present to you a Universal Cup Size that you can use throughout our site to find ALL the bras that will fit
you! So, instead of worrying and wondering if you're a 34DDD, 34E or a 34F, now your size is simply 34 (D3). (You're welcome!)
Now, if only I could reach out and virtually
measure you to make sure you're actually wearing the right size. I'm still working on that! Happy (easy) bra shopping. Read more about Universal Cup Sizing in this USA Today feature.