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The Under Bust Measurement
Get a measuring tape and start under your bust—from the center of your rib cage area and wrap it around
your torso until you reach the starting point. Pull the measuring tape just snug—this will ensure a
natural, comfortable fit. Round down for half-inch or less measurement; round up for more than a
half-inch measurement. *Tip: For an accurate measurement, it's best to remove your top.
Finding Your Band Size
Refer to the chart's Under Bust column–the range containing your rounded measurement corresponds
to a Band Size in the second column.
The Fullest Point Measurement
Next, measure around your torso again—but this time over the fullest part of your bust. Round down for
half-inch or less measurement; round up for more than a half-inch measurement. *Tip: To make
measuring a little bit easier, wear a non-padded bra.
Find Your Fit
Find your rounded Fullest Point measurement in the Fullest Point Measurement column that corresponds
with your Band Size.
Now find where you fit in the ranges of Band Size and Fullest Point Measurement to pick the
perfect-fitting Haven Well Within bra.
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Finding your band measurement
Make sure you are wearing an unpadded bra to find your most accurate measurement. Place measuring tape
around rib cage directly under bust where the band of your bra would sit. Ensure measuring tape remains
parallel to the floor. If someone else is measuring you, keep your hands down by your side. Pull the
measuring tape snug and record your measurement. Round up or down to the nearest full inch. If your rib
cage measurement is an odd number, add 3”, if your measurement is an even number, add 2”, this is your
Finding your cup measurement
Place the measuring tape around the fullest part of your bust, parallel to the floor. If someone is
measuring you, keep your arms by your side. Pull the tape lightly so that it stays in place to gather
do not pull snug. Round this number up or down to the nearest full inch. Subtract your rib cage
your full bust measurement and use the below chart to determine your cup size.
• The center front of your bra should lay flush against your chest; a gap indicates the cup is too
• Your band should remain parallel to the ground and stay put even when you are lifting your arms. If
your bra is sliding around, consider sizing down.
• Adjust shoulder straps so they are comfortably snug and lay flat on your shoulders.
• Your breast should fit entirely inside the cup with the underwire supporting. If you are spilling on
top or sides, or your cups lift, consider sizing up.