# My bra is loose at the sides and the straps but at the same time my boobs are overflowing at the top which gives me quadruple-boob. How can I fix?

I currently wear a 36E bra. Should I go up a cup size and down a band size or would trying somethine else be better?

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• Sounds like maybe you need to get a band size that fits where you hook the farthest hook so you can adjust accordingly and then go one size up on the cups.

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• If the band is too loose then you definitely want to go down in band size. However, going down 1 band size and up 1 cup letter will give you the same cup volume just on a smaller band: <a target="_blank" class="media-https://i.imgur.com/Hhwoarq.jpg/6KJjw. png" rel="nofollow">https://i. imgur. com/6KJjw. png https://i. imgur. com/Hhwoarq. jpg
If you want larger cups on that smaller band size you will need to go<a target="_blank" class="mehttps://i.imgur.com/lAWWlll.pngom/a/m71Li" rel="nofollow">https://imgur. com/a/m71Lirecommend measuring yourself to get a starting idea of approx. what bra size you need. Here are some examples of how to measure yourself, as well as a calculator: https://imgur. com/a/m71Li https://i. imgur. com/lAWWlll. png

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• Wow that is some interesting pictures. Where did you find them?

Do you have any pictures for how a guy should go shopping for his girlfriend?

• Going down a band size usually means going up 2 letters, not just one, unless you live on some weird planet where they have odd-numbered band sizes.

In US sizing, a 36E will have the same over-bust as a 34G.

In UK sizing, a 36E (which is bigger than a US 36E) will have the same over-bust as a 34FF. In UK sizing, FF is a size that is actually between F and G.