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Fitting Guide 

Finding the right fit for your nursing bra is essential for comfort and support during this special time. Follow these steps to determine your correct size:

  1. Measure Your Band Size:

    • Using a soft tape measure, wrap it snugly around your ribcage, just below your bust.

    • Make sure the tape measure is parallel to the ground and sits firmly but comfortably against your skin.

    • Round the measurement to the nearest whole number. This measurement is your band size.

  2. Measure Your Bust Size:

    • Wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your bust, making sure it passes over your nipples.

    • Keep the tape measure parallel to the ground and ensure it's not too tight or too loose.

    • Round the measurement to the nearest whole number. This measurement is your bust size.

  3. Calculate Your Cup Size:

    • Subtract your band size measurement from your bust size measurement.

    • Use the difference to determine your cup size based on the following chart:

      Difference (in inches) | Cup Size

      0 | A 1 | B 2 | C 3 | D 4 | DD/E 5 | DDD/F 6 | G 7 | H 8 | I

  4. Try on Bras:

    • Once you have your band and cup size, try on bras in that size to assess the fit.

    • The band should fit snugly around your ribcage without digging in or riding up. You should be able to fit two fingers comfortably under the band.

    • The cups should fully encase your breasts without any spillage or gaping. The center gore (the piece of fabric between the cups) should sit flat against your chest.

    • Adjust the shoulder straps as needed to ensure they provide support without digging into your shoulders.

  5. Check the Fit:

    • Move around, raise your arms, and bend over to ensure the bra stays in place and provides adequate support.

    • Look for any signs of discomfort, such as digging straps or underwire, and adjust accordingly.

  6. Reassess Regularly:

    • As your body changes during pregnancy and postpartum, your bra size may also change. Reassess your bra size regularly and invest in new bras as needed for optimal comfort and support.

Remember, every woman's body is unique, so it's essential to prioritize comfort and fit when choosing a nursing bra. If you have any questions or concerns about sizing, don't hesitate to reach out to our customer service team for assistance.

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