The A cup is just one of the smaller cup sizes
A cup bras are generally considered the smallest cup size available. But we know their not.
They have the good companion of AAA and AA cups. And there’s more good news! There is a new cup size AAAA by Dainty Lady, a lingerie company from the UK.
Maybe you wear an A cup bra and are a bra LOVER already. Meaning you’re wearing your right bra size.
Or it could be you’re not satisfied with your bras really. They don’t feel comfortable enough and don’t give you the confidence like you want it. Maybe you wear an AA, B or C cup now and really need an A cup instead.
Remember that bras have sister sizes. Meaning you could well fit more than one bra size. Especially if you’re in between two possible band sizes you could well have different cup sizes that fit you just fine. For example, a bra 80A has the same cup volume as a
How to find out what size bra you should be wearing? Where to find your perfect A cup? Most brands come in A cup but a bra made with a smaller breasted woman in mind is really what you’re looking for.
A cup bra does not fit me that well
What could this mean?
Well. Lot’s of things.
- You wear the wrong cup size
- You wear the wrong band size
- You wear the wrong cup size as well as the wrong band size
It could be your 34A cup bra should be a
36AA or a
Can this be real?
Yes, it can. Bra sizing is not an exact science. It a process of taking good measurements and finding your true bra size (and checking a bra size chart that includes all small cups).
As I keep telling here a lot on brasforsmallcups.com. I own bras in 3 different sizes ( 34AA, 34A and 36AAA – and they all fit me just fine. Depending on the type of bra and the brand I choose different sizes.
Why may more sizes fit you fine?
Especially if you are in between two band sizes it is likely you fit more than one size. They are called sister sizes. Your current bra size has ‘sister sizes’ which are alternate sizes where the cup volume stays the same even though the band size and cup letter changes.
Let’s say your wearing a 38A bra at this moment
- if your band size is close to 36, sister size 36B might be a good fit
- when your band size is close to 38, sister size 40AA might be a good fit.
My A cup is fine, but my band isn’t
If you’re happy with the fit of your cups, you wouldn’t want to change this.
But what if you’re not happy with your band and find it either too tight or too loose?
I’ll best explain this by an example.
You wear a 38A cup but want a wider band size.
- You choose 40AA (wider band but keeping the same cup size)
- So it’s up in the band, down in the cup (to keep the same cup volume).
You wear a 38A cup but want a smaller band size.
- You choose 36B (smaller band but keeping the same cup size)
- So it’s down in the band, up in the cup (to keep the same cup volume).
Where to find the best A cup bras?
1. The Little Bra Company
The Little Bra Company bras are designed especially for petite and smaller-framed women. It is made especially for sizes:
28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38 A
28, 30, 32, 34, 36 B
28, 30, 32, 34, C
Timpa knows you may be small in size, but you’re no little girl and they offer grown-up lingerie just for you.
A favorite of the Timpa collection is the underwire demi bra. This bra is perfect for women who wear A, B and C cups and do not want padding, but still would like great lift and a sexy shape. Many of their A cup bras also fit AA sized women.
The Timpa Duet bra was voted an Undie Award winner in 2011 for the favorite overall bra. It was also rated best petite bra by the New York Times in 2010.
3. Lula Lu Petite Lingerie
Lula Lu Petite Lingerie specializes in sizes 32AAA – 38AAA, 30AA to 38AA, 30A – 38A.
Everything they carry is fit-tested on small busted women. You will find t-shirt bras, soft cup/wireless bras, push-up bras, strapless bras, racerback bras, bralettes.
Maidenform bras are most suited to small-to-average sized busts, with a great selection of lightly padded and shallow demi-cup styles. Whatever styles you like, you can expect great support, a comfortable fit and styles to suit everything in your wardrobe.
5 Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney Lingerie is luxurious, immaculately designed and comfortable. Reflecting the modern woman’s aspirations it is the epitome of natural confidence and sexy femininity.
6. Heidi Klum
Heidi Klum brings her highly evolved fashion sense to her lingerie line. The collection features sophisticated pieces, like semi-sheer bras with embroidered lace and satin trim. Multi-part or contoured cups, triangle cups and racerbacks are highlights of the line. Mix and match with her bikinis, thongs and boyshorts. If you like couture design and sexy, feminine fabrics, you’ll love Heidi Klum.
Not sure about your bra size at the moment?
If your bra doesn’t feel comfortable it may be time to check your bra size.
A well- fitted bra certainly feels comfortable and makes you stop thinking and touching the bra all day long.
Find out how to measure yourself. Go to bra size check.
Pages you’ll find on Brasforsmallcups.com
- bra small size – why every woman should be a bra LOVER »
- bra size check – learn how to measure a small cup size »
- small bra size chart – a chart with cup AAA – B sizes »
- aaa cup – find out more about AAA cup bras »
- aa cup – find out more about AA cup bras »
- a cup – find out more about A cup bras »
- bra blog – read my blogs on bras and more »
Is there a question about your bra still unanswered? Please let me know. I’ll be happy to advise.
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