The struggle of finding a fitting bra
Every woman's body is unique, varying in shape, size, and proportions. One of the challenges that arise from this diversity is finding the right bra size, particularly when shopping for someone else. Not only do women's bodies differ in terms of overall measurements, but it's also common for the left and right breasts to have unequal sizes. These factors emphasize the necessity of trying on bras to ensure an optimal fit.
With small cup sizes, this is not really an issue. But from cup C, it becomes challenging. So, you might think, you simply look up the bra size on a model's sedcard and shop accordingly. But this it when it becomes difficult.
Another factor contributing to the variance in bra sizes is the diversity among manufacturers and brands. Each manufacturer has its own design and fit guidelines, which can result in differences in the measurements and cuts of bras. But they don't make an effort to describe how they determine the size and where exactly on the body it should be measured. This means that a woman may wear one size in one brand while needing a different size in another brand.
I am surprised that there haven't been efforts made to bring more clarity to this matter, especially considering that online shopping is not a recent invention.
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Given all these factors, it is advisable to try on bras and not rely solely on size labels.