What size are you
How does your
How do you like
your bra to fit?
How old is your bra?
Have you ever had a
TIP: You may need to try your sister size, by going down a band size and up a cup size.
You may be wearing a bra with worn-out elastic, too, if it's over 6 months old.
TIP: You may need to try your sister size, by going up a band size and down a cup size.
Visit your local boutique for a bra fitting and we can help!
TIP: If your bra is fitting you just right, congratulations!
About 20% of women are wearing the right size, so you're in good company.
TIP: If you like a loose fit, you don't like to feel your bra against your skin.
We recommend a Wireless or Bralette style.
TIP: It's good to feel secure! You want to be able to run a finger under the band of your bra.
Try a Balconet or Full Coverage bra.
TIP: You like to know your bra is supporting you!
Make sure your bra isn't making you uncomfortable when you sit.
TIP: Great news! You're the proud wearer of a new bra with working elastic.
The bra most likely hasn't stretched or lost its shape yet, and you won't need to replace it until month 7.
TIP: It might be time to refresh your daily bras. Stock up on your favorite styles or discover new ones!
TIP: Ok, it's time for some new bras. We recommend 3 styles: 1 to wear, 1 to wash, and 1 to rest.
TIP: No worries! That's what we're here for. Visit your local boutique for a
private fit session or use our DIY video to measure yourself at home.
TIP: Woo-hoo! You are wearing the right size.
If you'd like some new colors or specialty styles, we've got what you need.
TIP: Even if you've been fitted, it's important to get measured annually.
Life happens, and we want to make sure you're comfortable and looking as great as you feel.
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How to Measure Yourself
Using a tape measure, measure over any bra except a push up, sports bra or minimizer, with or without a thin top.
Your Bra Size Is a Guide
Your perfect fit may vary depending on your body shape and the bra style. Soma has bras in sizes 32A-44G. If you are unable to find your size or need help measuring, click on “Need Help?” for live chat, call 866-768-7662 or visit a Soma Boutique.
Breathe out, and then wrap the measuring tape very tightly under your bust at the bottom of your bra around your rib cage. Be careful to keep the tape level from front to back. Use the drop down menu on Band Size to find the measurement. Round up to the nearest half inch.
Wrap the tape around your bust over your bra at the fullest point. Keep the tape level around the back and fairly tight around the body. Make sure the tape is not pushing into the cups. Use the drop down under Cup Size to find your measurement. Round up to the nearest half inch.