Bra fitting help » Too small in cups - what size to order now?
Kinga » Moonstone Iii (BC-421) » 65I 30:9
Getting something bigger in the cups, possibly in the band.
So this is obviously too small in the cup. It's a beautiful bra and I would like to order another... but I want help. One cup more or two?
Especially appreciated would be anyone who knows Kinga sizing!
I own one other bra in a semi soft style, which fits pretty great -- only a smidge small in the cups, and the size up was too big.
But obviously this fully soft cup is quite a bit too small
Thanks in advance!
(NOTE: I'm wearing this with an extender. This bra might also be a bit more TTS in the band, or it might be that I'm a bit fluffy atm. Either way I might get a 70, or wear a new 65 with an extender.)
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So i guess the choice is to try a 65 J or a 70J? Since it doesnt go higher? Sorry no one seems to be around w Kinga experience. The only kinga I can find in a 65 J lists an 11.6 cup depth - which is a lot bigger! http://www.bratabase.com/browse/kinga/black-diamond-ii-bc-431/65J/
Wow, there are hardly any Kinga measurements in bratabase. Bummer.
Updated on March 11, 2018 Flag this
In 32/70 M that I ordered, my padded style was like 3-4 cup sizes small, so about 2-3 cup sizes smaller than HALF padded one. band feels tight, but underwire may become too big/wide for you. so my suggestion from what I see (girls been pushed to the sides, Or it's just Photo?) try hold the center gore (lower part) together, as you are going to sew it, and see how it changes the shape of the cups. you may need only one cup size bigger with this. but remember next cup size may be little wider/bigger, so take it into account, when making your decision hope it helps.
Updated on March 17, 2018 Flag this
Looking at your measurements compared to the bra's measurements the band should fit fine. However, as the cups are way too small this will make the band feel a lot tighter. I would stick to the same band size and experiment with the cups. Maybe look the bra up in bigger cup sizes and see how they measure against your breast size before ordering. If, after the cup is right, the band still feels too tight then go up a band and down a cup but i think you'll find the band feels comfortable once the cup is right.
Updated on March 13, 2018 Flag this