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Anita Breast Form Fitting Chart & Tips

Using the chart below find your band size on the left side.  Find your cup size on the top of the chart.  Going down from your cup size and to the right from your size band size, use the number where they meet to determine your breast form size.



There are three distinct profiles to describe breast shape: shallow, average, and full. The profile type is not dependent on cup size. For example a D cup may actually have a shallow profile and an A cup may have a full profile.

Shallow Profile breast form or Mastectomy Bra Average Profile breast form or Mastectomy Bra Full Profile breast form or Mastectomy Bra
The breast tissue drapes in the lower cup of the bra and is often seen on the mature woman with soft breast tissue. The shallow profile customer requires a bra with a small bottom cup to push the breast tissue up. There is an equal amount of breast tissue on the top and bottom of the breast, with a more rounded appearance in the upper cup area. The average profile customer usually has firm breast tissue and a round profile. Full profile breast has the roundest appearance. The full profile customer requires a bra that provides not only bottom cup support but also support and coverage for the upper part of the breast.

For instructions and tips on determing your correct bra size click here - Bra Fitting Chart & Tips.

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