ucs2
Women who wear sizes larger than a D cup have their work cut out for them finding the right bras. A DD in one brand may be an E in another. At HerRoom we feel your frustration and that's why I devised our trademarked Universal Cup Sizing (UCS). Our plus-size bra fitting video explains how it works. ...
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Changing your bra size isn't quite as simple as just going up a band and cup size. Sometime you need a larger band, but don't want to change the volume of the cup. Or only your cup size increases. Or everything's gotten a little bigger or smaller. I take the guesswork out of it with what we call 'si ...
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cup-size-game-social
If you've ever gone up or down a band size, you may have noticed that suddenly your bra's cup size seems wrong. "But I bought the exact same cup size I always wear!" I hear you saying. Well, that's where the problem is. When you go down a band size, you need to go up a cup size and vice versa. We he ...
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When it comes to bra fitting, one of the most frequent problems we hear about at HerRoom is back fat.  Even though everything looks great up front, you turn around and see those bulges of flesh around the back band and straps of your bra.  There are a few solutions, although not necessarily what y ...
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centerpanel
Lingerie talk is filled with discussions of bra straps or band sizes or cup design.  But there's one little piece of a bra that make a big difference in fit: the center panel, or center gore. It's that small bit of fabric between the cups that holds the cups together. Ideally, it should rest agains ...
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videos
The first thing I learned in the lingerie business was how difficult it can be for women to find bras that fit right. For starters, sizing isn't very straightforward like it is for shoes or clothing.  Band and cup sizes can fit differently from brand to brand.  And changing a band size may mean yo ...
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If actress Jennifer Lawrence can talk about her uneven breasts on Jimmy Kimmel  I think it's safe to say the topic is out in the open. In fact, asymmetry is very common: one breast is larger than the other and may even be shaped slightly differently. The difference not only pertains to size, but to ...
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