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Panache Sophie Maternity Support Non Wired Bra 5826

Size Guide
Size Guide

How to measure to find the perfect bra size?

How to measure your band / chest size?

You will need to be wearing a non-padded bra or no bra at all. Then standing upright place the measuring tape under your breasts, which is where your bra band would usually sit. Making sure the tape is parallel measure all the way round from the front to the back, pull the tape firmly to take an accurate measurement in inches. Please ensure you allow your arms to hang down naturally and breathe as usual.

If you find that your measurement is between sizes then you need to round down the size, for example if you measure 30 1/2 inches then round down to 30 inches.

Then you need to add the following to calculate your band size:-

If your measurement is an even number - Add 4 inches

If your measurement is an odd number - Add 5 inches

This will then calculate your band/chest size. For example, if your band/chest measures at 32 inches you will add 4 inches which would make you a 36.

OR take a look at our Centimetre conversion chart below

Under band Measurement Chart

CM Back band Inches
58 - 62 28
63 - 67 30
68 - 72 32
73 - 77 34
78 - 82 36
83 - 87 38
88 - 92 40

 

How to measure your cup size?

You will need to measure around the fullest part of your bust in inches (at nipple level), ensuring that the tape measure is pulled firmly taught and straight but not over stretched in order not to deform or squeeze the breasts. When measuring your cup size you should always round up, so if you measure 35 ½ inches then round up to 36 inches. The number of inches difference between your band/chest measurement and cup measurement will equal what cup size you are.

Next, subtract your band size after adding the required 4 or 5 inches from this bust measurement. The difference denotes your cup size. 0 = AA; 1 = A; 2 = B; 3 = C; 4 = D; 5 = DD; 6 = E; 7 = F; 8 = FF.

Every inch difference equals one cup size up. For example:

If your Band Size after adding the required 4 or 5 inches is 34 inches and the fullest part of your bust is 37 inches you are an C CUP - So you would ideally order a 34C

If your Band Size after adding the required 4 or 5 inches is 36 inches and the fullest part of your bust is 40 inches you are an D CUP - So you would ideally order a 36D

If your Band Size after adding the required 4 or 5 inches is 36 inches and the fullest part of your bust is 41 inches you are an DD CUP - So you would ideally order a 36DD

Please note our recommended bra size is a good starting point to finding the correct fitting bra that will fit you perfectly but the best size for you may vary based on the bra brand, style or other factors.

Women Knickers Sizes
European Size 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56
XS S M L XL XXL
UK Size 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28
Waist circumference in cm 56-59
60-63
64-67
68-72
73-77
78-82
83-87
88-92
93-97
98-102
103-107
108-112
113-117
Hip circumference in cm 82-85
86-89
90-93
94-98
99-103
104-108
109-113
114-118
119-123
124-128
129-133
134-138
139-143

 

Men’s Trunks & Briefs Size Table
UK Size XS S M L XL XXL
European Size 3 4 5 6 7 8
Waist in Inches 30 32 34 36 38 40
Waist Circumference in CM's 73-78 79-84 85-90 91-96 97-102 103-108
Hip Circumference in CM's 95-98 99-102 103-106 107-110 111-114 115-118

Men’s T Shirt Size Table
UK Size XS S M L XL XXL
European Size 3 4 5 6 7 8
Chest in Inches 38 40 42 44 46 48
Chest in CM's 90-93 94-97 98-101 102-105 106-109 110-113





 

Size Guide

How to measure to find the perfect bra size?

How to measure your band / chest size?

You will need to be wearing a non-padded bra or no bra at all. Then standing upright place the measuring tape under your breasts, which is where your bra band would usually sit. Making sure the tape is parallel measure all the way round from the front to the back, pull the tape firmly to take an accurate measurement in inches. Please ensure you allow your arms to hang down naturally and breathe as usual.

If you find that your measurement is between sizes then you need to round down the size, for example if you measure 30 1/2 inches then round down to 30 inches.

Then you need to add the following to calculate your band size:-

If your measurement is an even number - Add 4 inches

If your measurement is an odd number - Add 5 inches

This will then calculate your band/chest size. For example, if your band/chest measures at 32 inches you will add 4 inches which would make you a 36.

OR take a look at our Centimetre conversion chart below

Under band Measurement Chart

CM Back band Inches
58 - 62 28
63 - 67 30
68 - 72 32
73 - 77 34
78 - 82 36
83 - 87 38
88 - 92 40

 

How to measure your cup size?

You will need to measure around the fullest part of your bust in inches (at nipple level), ensuring that the tape measure is pulled firmly taught and straight but not over stretched in order not to deform or squeeze the breasts. When measuring your cup size you should always round up, so if you measure 35 ½ inches then round up to 36 inches. The number of inches difference between your band/chest measurement and cup measurement will equal what cup size you are.

Next, subtract your band size after adding the required 4 or 5 inches from this bust measurement. The difference denotes your cup size. 0 = AA; 1 = A; 2 = B; 3 = C; 4 = D; 5 = DD; 6 = E; 7 = F; 8 = FF.

Every inch difference equals one cup size up. For example:

If your Band Size after adding the required 4 or 5 inches is 34 inches and the fullest part of your bust is 37 inches you are an C CUP - So you would ideally order a 34C

If your Band Size after adding the required 4 or 5 inches is 36 inches and the fullest part of your bust is 40 inches you are an D CUP - So you would ideally order a 36D

If your Band Size after adding the required 4 or 5 inches is 36 inches and the fullest part of your bust is 41 inches you are an DD CUP - So you would ideally order a 36DD

Please note our recommended bra size is a good starting point to finding the correct fitting bra that will fit you perfectly but the best size for you may vary based on the bra brand, style or other factors.

Women Knickers Sizes
European Size 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56
XS S M L XL XXL
UK Size 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28
Waist circumference in cm 56-59
60-63
64-67
68-72
73-77
78-82
83-87
88-92
93-97
98-102
103-107
108-112
113-117
Hip circumference in cm 82-85
86-89
90-93
94-98
99-103
104-108
109-113
114-118
119-123
124-128
129-133
134-138
139-143

 

Men’s Trunks & Briefs Size Table
UK Size XS S M L XL XXL
European Size 3 4 5 6 7 8
Waist in Inches 30 32 34 36 38 40
Waist Circumference in CM's 73-78 79-84 85-90 91-96 97-102 103-108
Hip Circumference in CM's 95-98 99-102 103-106 107-110 111-114 115-118

Men’s T Shirt Size Table
UK Size XS S M L XL XXL
European Size 3 4 5 6 7 8
Chest in Inches 38 40 42 44 46 48
Chest in CM's 90-93 94-97 98-101 102-105 106-109 110-113





 

The Sophie maternity support bra from Panache offers all the practicality of a maternity bra with the pretty feminine style that Panache is known and loved for. Lace and cotton cups provide a supportive and uplifted fit whilst remaining comfortable for wear during pregnancy. The Sophie bra comes with 6 fastening positions for greater adjustability and comfort throughout the different stages of pregnancy.

RRP £30

Band Sizes:30 - 40

Cup Sizes:D - J

Material: 56% Polyamide, 38% Polyester, 6% Elastane

Colours: Ivory Pink

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