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Here is a chart of what bra letters equal how many inches difference: UNITED STATES: 0 inch difference: AA 1 inch difference: A 2 inch difference: B 3 inch difference: C 4 inch difference: D 5 inch difference: DD 6 inch difference: DDD/F 7 inch difference: DDDD/G 8 inch difference: H 9 inch difference: I 10 inch difference: J 11 inch difference: K 12 inch difference: L 13 inch difference: M 14 inch difference: N 15 inch difference: O 16 inch difference: P 17 inch difference: Q 18 inch difference: R UNITED KINGDOM: 0 inch difference: AA 1 inch difference: A 2 inch difference: B 3 inch difference: C 4 inch difference: D 5 inch difference: DD 6 inch difference: E 7 inch difference: F 8 inch difference: FF 9 inch difference: G 10 inch difference: GG 11 inch difference: H 12 inch difference: HH 13 inch difference: J 14 inch difference: JJ 15 inch difference: K 16 inch difference: KK 17 inch difference: L 18 inch difference: LL

A 32A means your ribcage equals 32 inches, and your bust equals 33 inches, as an A cup means there is a one (1) inch difference between the ribcage and the bust. Below is a list of cup sizes, and how many inches between the measurements equal which cup letter (bust-ribcage=difference): UNITED STATES: 0 inch difference: AA 1 inch difference: A 2 inch difference: B 3 inch difference: C 4 inch difference: D 5 inch difference: DD 6 inch difference: DDD/F 7 inch difference: DDDD/G 8 inch difference: H 9 inch difference: I 10 inch difference: J 11 inch difference: K 12 inch difference: L 13 inch difference: M 14 inch difference: N 15 inch difference: O 16 inch difference: P 17 inch difference: Q 18 inch difference: R UNITED KINGDOM: 0 inch difference: AA 1 inch difference: A 2 inch difference: B 3 inch difference: C 4 inch difference: D 5 inch difference: DD 6 inch difference: E 7 inch difference: F 8 inch difference: FF 9 inch difference: G 10 inch difference: GG 11 inch difference: H 12 inch difference: HH 13 inch difference: J 14 inch difference: JJ 15 inch difference: K 16 inch difference: KK 17 inch difference: L 18 inch difference: LL

The letter of a bra size marks the measurement difference between the ribcage and the bust. So if someone whose ribcage equals 30 inches and their bust equals 38 inches for a difference of 8 inches, instead of the bra size being 308 (30 inch band and 8 inch difference), it would be 30FF, since FF means there is an 8 inch difference. Here is a list of what letter equals which inch difference in the US and UK: UNITED STATES: 0 inch difference: AA 1 inch difference: A 2 inch difference: B 3 inch difference: C 4 inch difference: D 5 inch difference: DD 6 inch difference: DDD/F 7 inch difference: DDDD/G 8 inch difference: H 9 inch difference: I 10 inch difference: J 11 inch difference: K 12 inch difference: L 13 inch difference: M 14 inch difference: N 15 inch difference: O 16 inch difference: P 17 inch difference: Q 18 inch difference: R United Kingdom: 0 inch difference: AA 1 inch difference: A 2 inch difference: B 3 inch difference: C 4 inch difference: D 5 inch difference: DD 6 inch difference: E 7 inch difference: F 8 inch difference: FF 9 inch difference: G 10 inch difference: GG 11 inch difference: H 12 inch difference: HH 13 inch difference: J 14 inch difference: JJ 15 inch difference: K 16 inch difference: KK 17 inch difference: L 18 inch difference: LL

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A bra size consists of two things that can not be separated, or else they lose all meaning. Those two things are the band size and the cup letter. The band size equals your ribcage measurement, without adding any inches to it. If you fall in between two numbers (for example, you measure 29), you will likely fit in bras both the band size below and above it (for example, 28 and 30). This will depend on how much squish you have around your ribcage, and the bras themselves. A 34 band would be for someone whose ribcage measures 34 inches. This is not a small size, but one of the most common ribcage measurements. The cup letter corresponds to how many inches difference there is between your ribcage and your bust. Here is a list of what letter equals what inch difference: UNITED STATES: 0 inch difference: AA 1 inch difference: A 2 inch difference: B 3 inch difference: C 4 inch difference: D 5 inch difference: DD 6 inch difference: DDD/F 7 inch difference: DDDD/G 8 inch difference: H 9 inch difference: I 10 inch difference: J 11 inch difference: K 12 inch difference: L 13 inch difference: M 14 inch difference: N 15 inch difference: O 16 inch difference: P 17 inch difference: Q 18 inch difference: R UNITED KINGDOM: 0 inch difference: AA 1 inch difference: A 2 inch difference: B 3 inch difference: C 4 inch difference: D 5 inch difference: DD 6 inch difference: E 7 inch difference: F 8 inch difference: FF 9 inch difference: G 10 inch difference: GG 11 inch difference: H 12 inch difference: HH 13 inch difference: J 14 inch difference: JJ 15 inch difference: K 16 inch difference: KK 17 inch difference: L 18 inch difference: LL

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There is no such thing as a "bra size 32". Two different things go into a bra size: the band number and the cup letter. You would not say you wear a "32", in the same way you would not say you wear an "F". A cup letter means nothing without a band size attached to it, as the cup letter will change volume on different bands. The band number is (in the United States and United Kingdom) how many inches your ribcage measures, which is where you wear your band. If your ribcage equals 28 inches, you would wear a 28 band. If your ribcage equals 33 inches, you may find firm 34 and loose 32 bands will work for you. If your ribcage equals 32 inches, you would wear a 32 band. The cup letter means how many inches the difference between your ribcage and your bust are. If your ribcage and bust both measure 24, you would wear a 24AA, since an AA equals a 0 inch difference. If your ribcage measures 36 and your bust measures 46, you would wear a 36GG, since a GG means there is a 10 inch difference. A 32 band is not small, it means your ribcage equals 32 inches. This is one of the most common band sizes. Here a list of what letters correspond to how many inches difference: UNITED STATES: 0 inch difference: AA 1 inch difference: A 2 inch difference: B 3 inch difference: C 4 inch difference: D 5 inch difference: DD 6 inch difference: DDD/F 7 inch difference: DDDD/G 8 inch difference: H 9 inch difference: I 10 inch difference: J 11 inch difference: K 12 inch difference: L 13 inch difference: M 14 inch difference: N 15 inch difference: O 16 inch difference: P 17 inch difference: Q 18 inch difference: R UNITED KINGDOM: 0 inch difference: AA 1 inch difference: A 2 inch difference: B 3 inch difference: C 4 inch difference: D 5 inch difference: DD 6 inch difference: E 7 inch difference: F 8 inch difference: FF 9 inch difference: G 10 inch difference: GG 11 inch difference: H 12 inch difference: HH 13 inch difference: J 14 inch difference: JJ 15 inch difference: K 16 inch difference: KK 17 inch difference: L 18 inch difference: LL

There is no such thing as a "bra size 32". Two different things go into a bra size: the band number and the cup letter. You would not say you wear a "32", in the same way you would not say you wear an "F". A cup letter means nothing without a band size attached to it, as the cup letter will change volume on different bands. The band number is (in the United States and United Kingdom) how many inches your ribcage measures, which is where you wear your band. If your ribcage equals 28 inches, you would wear a 28 band. If your ribcage equals 33 inches, you may find firm 34 and loose 32 bands will work for you. If your ribcage equals 32 inches, you would wear a 32 band. The cup letter means how many inches the difference between your ribcage and your bust are. If your ribcage and bust both measure 24, you would wear a 24AA, since an AA equals a 0 inch difference. If your ribcage measures 36 and your bust measures 46, you would wear a 36GG, since a GG means there is a 10 inch difference. A 32 band is not small, it means your ribcage equals 32 inches. This is one of the most common band sizes. Here a list of what letters correspond to how many inches difference: UNITED STATES: 0 inch difference: AA 1 inch difference: A 2 inch difference: B 3 inch difference: C 4 inch difference: D 5 inch difference: DD 6 inch difference: DDD/F 7 inch difference: DDDD/G 8 inch difference: H 9 inch difference: I 10 inch difference: J 11 inch difference: K 12 inch difference: L 13 inch difference: M 14 inch difference: N 15 inch difference: O 16 inch difference: P 17 inch difference: Q 18 inch difference: R UNITED KINGDOM: 0 inch difference: AA 1 inch difference: A 2 inch difference: B 3 inch difference: C 4 inch difference: D 5 inch difference: DD 6 inch difference: E 7 inch difference: F 8 inch difference: FF 9 inch difference: G 10 inch difference: GG 11 inch difference: H 12 inch difference: HH 13 inch difference: J 14 inch difference: JJ 15 inch difference: K 16 inch difference: KK 17 inch difference: L 18 inch difference: LL

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The smallest commercially-made bra size (without having it custom made) is a 28AA. There are companies that will make 24 or 26 bands though upon request, example being the brand Ewa Michalak (who ships her products all over the world).(NOTE: As of 14 May 2015 or before, Bita Saviss offers band sizes as low as 26 and cup sizes as small as AAAA. The system employed is the US system described below. In addition, a few "petite" specialty manufacturers offer AAA cup sizes. - added by terr 14 May 2015)A 28AA means the ribcage measures 28 inches, and the bust also measures 28 inches, for a difference of 0 inches. The "AAA" cups you sometimes see make no logical sense, as it means a -1 difference between ribcage and bust. This size is spawned from people fitting ladies incorrectly (adding inches to the ribcage). If a retailer sells "AAA" cup bras, I would be extremely weary of letting their fitters near you with a measuring tape, as there is a very good chance they will put you in the wrong size bra.Also note that there is no set size for AA (or any other cup letter). The cup size is relative to the band size. So a 32AA is bigger than a 28AA, and a 36DD is much bigger than a 26DD. The cup letter only marks the difference between the ribcage and the bust, the band, of course, being the number of inches your ribcage (aka underbust) is. Here is a chart for reference:UNITED STATES:0 inch difference: AA1 inch difference: A2 inch difference: B3 inch difference: C4 inch difference: D5 inch difference: DD6 inch difference: DDD/F7 inch difference: DDDD/G8 inch difference: H9 inch difference: I10 inch difference: J11 inch difference: K12 inch difference: L13 inch difference: M14 inch difference: N15 inch difference: O16 inch difference: P17 inch difference: Q18 inch difference: RUNITED KINGDOM:0 inch difference: AA1 inch difference: A2 inch difference: B3 inch difference: C4 inch difference: D5 inch difference: DD6 inch difference: E7 inch difference: F8 inch difference: FF9 inch difference: G10 inch difference: GG11 inch difference: H12 inch difference: HH13 inch difference: J14 inch difference: JJ15 inch difference: K16 inch difference: KK17 inch difference: L18 inch difference: LL

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