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What bra size would be for a 39" bust? What would be the bust size for a 36C?

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May 21, 2019 / By Jaime
Question: I was reading this article on how to measure yourself to tell your bra size. I was trying to figure out how to measure for a 36C and I DO NOT have anything to measure with. First it said to measure around the full bust and the example was to measure a 36C-cup. So the full bust measurement was 38.5 which rounded up to 39. Then to measure the band size, the ribcage was to be measured and the example came up with 32 inches with 3 more inches added to it (35) and since 35 is an odd number, it added 1 inch making it 36. To get the cup size, the band size had to be subtracted from the bust which came up to 3 and if there is a 3" difference, it is a C-cup. So this meant, based on the example, that one who wears a 36C bra has a 39" bust. This actually seems too big so I am asking if this is actually right because from what I've seen in pictures, 39" looks like sort of a D-cup. Thank you all!<3 Don't know who gave ANGELA s a thumbs down but I found my best answer
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Emmy Emmy | 8 days ago
The article your read was wrong. You shouldn't add inches to your under the bust. http://fullerfigurefullerbust.wordpress.com/2011/06/16/simply-proven-wrong/ this is how you should measure. http://confessionsofacurvygirl.wordpress.com/2011/08/10/how-to-measure-yourself-to-know-what-your-bra-size-is/ btw tape measure are really cheap so get one.
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If they had a 32 underbust measurement, the band size would be 32. You should NOT add inches to the underbust measurement. It was used back when bras weren't stretchy, and now that they are you should get one that is the exact measurement as your underbust. If their bust was 7 more inches than their band, then they would be a 32H. This may seem like an outrageous size, but a lot of people are not wearing the right bra size In technicality, a person with a real 36C bra size would have a 36 underbust, and a 39 bust. But most people who wear 36Cs aren't actually that size. Try going to this site, it tells you how to measure for your bra size, why other methods of measuring are inaccurate, and how important it is to get a good fit. http://www.thinandcurvy.com/2010/10/how-to-measure-your-bra-size-correct.html ANGELA s is completely right, not sure why she got a thumbs down.
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Ayn Ayn
just go try on bras of all sizes until you find what you want that or go get measuremtns at a victorias secret
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