And are they small? Good? Average? Meh?
Should I get a boob job done?
- 32B3% (2)14% (12)10% (14)Vote
- 32C20% (12)22% (19)21% (31)Vote
- 34B19% (11)20% (17)19% (28)Vote
- 34C54% (32)36% (31)43% (63)Vote
- 36A0% (0)2% (2)1% (2)Vote
- 36B4% (2)6% (5)6% (7)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
Hey, so I'm voting 34C, and you need a boob job like I need a third elbow - not even slightly! You have absolutely perfect boobs in terms of both size and shape - I noticed you said you thought they were a bit saggy - humbug! Obviously it's possible that without the bra they fall to your knees but I very much doubt it, they have a beautiful natural shape of which you should be very proud. And I fully support (no pun intended!) the girl's suggestion of bralettes - they're super cute, a great look and (I'm told!) very comfortable. If they're a bit less supportive than an underwired bra that's no bad thing - in fact it will help minimise any sagging by making the ligaments which naturally support the breasts work harder and so strengthen.
Bottom line though - you have nothing at all to worry about. Not even slightly! :)0
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Most Helpful Girl
You're probably none of the above. First your bra doesn't fit right I think and second your breasts kinda look like my size and 32E's fit me perfectly. If the band in the back rides up in means it's too big and then you should choose a smaller band. Example: If you're wearing a 34B now and the band is too big try a 32C, it's the same cup just a smaller band. If both cup and band aren't right try a 32D. The letter actually doesn't tell how big your breasts are it's the combination of band and letter. People think E and F breasts are huge but this isn't always the case depends a lot on the number. Lots of women wear a band that is too big and a cup that is too small.
just in terms of how big your boobs are:
doesn't mean a 36A is a good fit for someone who actually needs 30E. Would give no support since the band is too loose but the cup would fit.
I read your underwire digs in, this means the cups are too small go up a size but I feel like your band probably isn't right either. Again it shouldn't ride up on your back and you should always use the biggest hooks with a new bra so that you can tighten more when you bra gets older. It's normal for the band to feel a little tight (you get used to it and gives a lot more support) but it's not supposed to hurt either. You have to be able to put 2 fingers between your band and back. It's also a sign that your band is too big if you have to tighten your shoulder straps a lot.
I'd guess your around 32D hard to tell though from a photo.
Just go shop for a bra take one in several sizes, keep these tips in mind and see what fits best. i had trouble too but did a lot of research and now bra shopping is sooo much easier :)!! Have fun shopping!!0
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