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Sarah shares some great tips on buying a bra - how to measure your cup size correctly, what styles best fit your needs, and ...
where to find bras for a bargain.
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Hi, I am Sarah and I am here at the Brooklyn Fox lingerie in Williamsburg, Brooklyn at 132 North 5th Street. And I am here to give you some advice on buying a bra. There are varieties of bras and they all arrange with different prices. Here, we have a $35.00 bra up to a $ 235.00 bra. See you want to make really wise choices, when you buy a bra. To get the cup size you measure wide at the peak of the breast here. So, to you get the cup size you subtract the band size and the peak size and each inch is a cup. So, minus one inch is an A minus two inches is a B, and so on.
So, through out my research, have found out that the bra for me is this one, it is a perfect bra it fits… I think it is going to fit really well. I have my proper measurements and I am a big fan of pink. So, I am going to try it on and I will be back in a second.
Hi, so I have tried on this bra and what I have found is that I am size bigger than I thought I was. So, I need to buy my band at 36 as supposed to a 34. And if larger number does not mean that you are a bigger and anything like that you do not want it have your band pressing to your flesh. You always hooked your bra on the very last hooked, because they do stretch, but I love this bra and I am going to come back and get a 36. Thanks a lot for stopping by at Brooklyn Fox Lingerie. Be with us online at brooklynfox.com.