When buying bras, sometimes sizing is not as easy as just 1-2-3. Depending on the brand and the style, there can be parts of a bra that just doesn’t seem to be fitting right. Perhaps the band is too tight, or the cup is too big. Instead of writing these styles off, especially if you really like the look, try their “sister bra sizes”.
What are sister sizes? Sister sizes are that surround your bra size. By knowing what those sizes are, you can easily try on different bras if the one you picked is not turning out to be true to size. For most bras, cup size increases when the band size decreases and vice versa. For example, if you are a 34B, you can either try a 32C or a 36A on to see if one or the other fits better.
Give sister sizes a try, and perhaps you will find a better fitting bra size for you. If not that, then hopefully it at least helps you be able to purchase that bra that you love so much, but at first didn’t think you fit into. Comment and let us know if sister sizing has helped you out.