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F Cup - Understanding This Amazing Bra Size

F cup - Understanding This Amazing Bra Size


For women who have f cup, having such a big momma may be both a blessing and a pain, especially when they are buying bras. Bra sizes can be a pain and the bra that perfectly fits their girls can be difficult to find. But don't worry though, in this guide we will give a comprehensive introduction about f cup, including how big is f cup is, its differences between other cups, its sister breast sizes and what kind of bra you can choose for your f cup breasts.

What is an F Cup Size?

If you are f cup breasts, it means that your bust measurement is 6 inches larger than the band measurement. Like other cup sizes, there are lots of differences between f cups.

For instance, if your band size is 32 inches and your bust size is 38 inches, your breast size is 32F. However, if your band size is 35 and your bust size is 41, your breast size is 35F. Similar to the difference between 35E and 30E (35E is obviously bigger than 30E), 35F is apparently bigger than 32F because it has a bigger band and bust size.

What is an F Cup Equivalent to? Is DDD Cup the Same as an F Cup?

It depends on the country you are in. In the US, the F cup and DDD cup are the same cup size, and if you want to buy an f cup bra, you can also look at bras whose sizes are DDD. However, if you are in Europe, you need to pay attention to the bra size, because the bra sizing system they use is different than that of the US. In European countries, the F cup is larger than the DDD cup because they use a “D-DD-E” sizing system.

What are the Sister Bra Sizes of F Cup?

If we follow the US bra system, the sister sizes of the f cup are DDDD (G cup) or DD(E cup). If you want to know your exact sister size, you can first take a measuring tape, stand in front of a mirror, and get your bra size. Then you can go down one band size and go up one band size to know your sister bra sizes.

For example, if you are 34F, your sister sizes will be 36DD (or 36E) and 32DDDD (or 32G).

How to Measure Your Bra Size?

First, stand in front of a mirror and put on the bra you most frequently wear. Then, take out a measuring tape to circle around your ribcage, just the band of your bra. In this way, you can get your band size.

To measure your bust size, use your measuring tape to circle the highest part of your boobs and get an accurate reading. Then you get another number, which you need to make some subtraction with the number you get in the first step.

Now subtract your band size from your bust size, and each inch in the difference between the two will give you a corresponding letter, which is made up of your cup size. Finally, your band size and the corresponding letter are made up of your bra size. Here is the chart that helps you find the corresponding letter (US inches):

less than 1 inch: AA cup
1 inch: A cup
2 inches: B cup
3 inches: C cup
4 inches: D cup
5 inches: DD cup
6 inches: DDD cup / F cup
7 inches: DDDD cup / G cup

For instance, if your band size is 32 inches and your bust size is 38 inches, your breast size is 32F.

F cup - Understanding This Amazing Bra Size

Perfect Bras for F Cup

If you are f cup and you confuse about finding a perfect bra for your f cup girls. There are several types of bras that are perfect for women with their amazing f cups. Here are a series of ideas to help you find the perfect bra for showing your extreme beauty and comfort.

    • Demi-cup Bra

A demi-cup bra is a half-coverage style, which means it conceals the top portion of the breast while enveloping the lower portion. In addition to offering pretty cleavage, it provides high bust support. A comfortable lingerie option that highlights your curves and creates a pretty neckline, this is the right lingerie choice for women who want to feel confident. For everyday wear, a demi-cup bra can be sexy, glamorous, or more classical.

    • Underwire Bra

Underwire bra is a specific kind of bra that is popular among most women because it is suitable for various breast shapes and body shapes. It is the ideal choice for women with f and larger cups. With shaped cups and boning, it gives full support to the chest and body. Underwire bras come in different types: padded bras lift the bust, and minimizer bras hide curves a bit.

The full-cup bra provides a greater level of coverage than the bras described above, encompassing both breasts for maximum support. Those who wear an F cup and are looking for a solution to increase comfort will find it to be an ally. There is no pressure on the bust or chest, and the lingerie is sexy and refined.

    • Invisible Seamless Bra

A seamless-cup bra is the most popular type of undergarment among women who have had enough of wearing their underwear through their clothes. This type of undergarment features a rounded, smooth cup that's ideal for hiding under clothing. If you're an F cup wearer, we highly recommend wearing this type of undergarment without underwires.

    • Molded-cup Bra

A molded-cup bra is another type of undergarment that features a round cup and a spaced center gore. It's very rigid and can support large busts. Aside from being comfortable, this type of undergarment also comes in various fashionable designs.

    • Strapless bra

Sometimes, we need to wear underwear that is very different from what's usually worn. For instance, if you're planning on wearing a Bardot top or a strapless dress, it's important to choose a strapless bra. This type of undergarment can be taken off only for special occasions.

F cup - Understanding This Amazing Bra Size

Final Words

For women who have f cup breasts, it may be sometime a little awkward and upset. However, as you go on well with your f cup girls, you will realize that they are part of your body, they are healthy, unique, and beautiful. If you choose a bra of the right size and suitable style, the only thing you experience is not awkward or frustration, but comfort and confidence. Just tell your boobs you love them.

Check out our other bra guides for more popular cup sizes:

● C Cup Boobs - All You Need to Know About Your C Girls
● C Cup Boobs - How Can You Get Them?

● D Cup Boobs - Do You Know About Them?

● E Cup - What's the Difference among C, D and E?

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