Do you know what bra size is considered plus size?
Do you know what kind of bust is plus size? Perhaps the answer is yes, but I believe there are still some people who do not know this. Once we know that our breasts are big, we should enjoy the fashion that belongs only to us. Speaking of this fashion, it must be our plus-size bra. Designed for women with big breasts, focusing on coverage, support, and style, so that women with big breasts can get what they want. They must classify each shoulder strap size and each cup size to fit their perfect standard size and large size range. So what kind of bust is a big size?
Sometimes when we don’t know what a plus-size is, we don’t consider browsing the online stores where we often buy underwear. We are likely to face the situation where they only have cup size and cup size. A, B, C, and even D are very standard. DD, E, F, etc. are all extra-large, extra-large, extra-large...but you'd better describe it. As a result, we still don’t know whether our breast size is large.
Therefore, when you need to buy a bra, it is recommended that you go to a physical store to measure it, measure the size, or measure it at home.
In the traditional concept, most stores use size 40 or larger tape. Regardless of the cup size, 40A and 56J are the same. Those with smaller sizes and larger cup sizes, such as 34G or 28D, are considered "full size". The "average" size range is 32-38 and A-D cups.
Some shops refer to D cups or larger as "large size" according to the cup size, which means that 28D bras are "large size".
Some people follow a more traditional way of defining the large size through shoulder straps instead of cups. They think that the size of the oversized bra is 38 and above. It also includes wider shoulder straps, and a consistent cup with adequate coverage.
It doesn't matter whether you judge whether you are large by the size of the cup or the size of your belt, it doesn't matter, we should enjoy the sexy and beauty that our body brings us.