Let's find your size at Sheer
First, let's find out what size you should be wearing at Sheer using the below International bra size conversion chart. Use your current bra size as a starting point and find your corresponding size at Sheer. For example, if you are a UK 32E, you should be wearing 32F/DDD/E at Sheer.
|Europe / Japan||60||65||70||75||80||85|
|UK / US||28||30||32||34||36||38|
|France / Europe / Japan||A||B||C||D||E||F|
|US||A||B||C||D||DD or E||DDD or F|
Refine your size
Now that you've find out what size you should wear at Sheer, use the below chart to find your best fit. Find your cup size first, then adjust the band.
If your cup doesn't fit: Go up or down within the column. Cup size increase from top to bottom. If your band doesn't fit: Go left or right within the row. Band size increases from left to right. Sister Sizing: Sizes that shares the same row are called sister sizes. They share the same cup volume (even they have different letterings). For example, 28D, 30C, 32B, 34A all have the same cup volume sizes but different band sizes.
↓ Cup Size / → Band size
Did you put on the bra correctly?
• Wear your bra on the loosest hook
• Adjust the straps until they lies on your shoulder comfortably
• Lean 45 degrees and do the "scoop" to ensure your breasts are fully supported in the cups
How to tell if your bra fits perfectly?
Check the band
The band should fit flatly across your back, stay parallel to the floor and not riding up.
Check the cups
There shouldn't be any gaping spaces between the bra and your breasts and the center panel should sit flatly between your breasts.
Check the straps
The straps are tightened so that they fit snug and comfortably on your shoulders. They shouldn’t slip off or dig into your shoulders.