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  • September 21, 2023

34DD Bras and Lingerie | 34DD Bra Size

34DD Bras and Lingerie | 34DD Bra Size

Changing trends from the fashion runway influence what lingerie is available each season. One such trend is sister sizing.

Sister sizes are bra sizes that have the same cup volume. When your current bra size doesn’t fit well try a sister size by going up a band size and down a cup size at the same time.

Styles

The bras in our 34DD collection offer impeccable support to shape and lift the bust. You’ll find push up, demi, full coverage and strapless styles. The right fit will elevate your silhouette and confidence.

When selecting a 34dd bra, look for a fit that’s snug but comfortable in the band and supportive and secure in the cup. If the band is too loose, go up a size. If the cup is too small, try a bigger size—but remember that as you go up a band size, the same Cup Letter will be smaller.

The best bras for DD cups are designed to feel like a dream. From silk lined bra cups framed in delicate French lace to robes adorned with ostrich feathers, there are many ways to indulge your inner goddess.

Comfort

When you’re shopping for lingerie in this cup size, comfort is paramount. Fortunately, this is one of the easier bra sizes to find comfortable lingerie in. If you’re not sure what size to order, measure the circumference of your ribcage just under your bust. This is your band measurement. Then subtract that number from your bust size to find your cup size. A five-inch difference translates to a D cup size, while a six-inch difference translates to a DD.

Remember, your cup letter is smaller when the band size is bigger, so if you’re feeling too loose in the bands but still want to keep the same cup capacity, consider going down to a 32B or 36C bra. You’ll have the same cups but a tighter fit around your ribcage. This is known as sister sizing and is common in bra sizes that have similar cups.

Support

Whether you’re running a race, climbing some hills, or simply lounging around the house, this bra is a go-to for larger-chested women who want breathable, comfortable support. This bra’s stretchy nylon and ribbed bands help keep the fit secure without squishing or restricting. It also boasts plenty of breathability and moisture-wicking properties, making it a great choice for hot weather.

It’s important to remember that cup size is relative to band size. If you increase your band size, it’s likely that you’ll need to decrease your cup size as well. This is called sister sizing.

For example, a 34D bra is the same volume as a 36D or 32D (or even a 38C if your country counts DD as E). The key to getting the best fit for you and your boobs is finding the right combination of band and cup size.

Fit

34DD bras are designed to fully contain your breasts. The wires should form a smooth line across your ribcage at the centre front, and fit snugly but comfortably against the sides of your breasts. If your breasts are spilling out the sides of the cup, try a larger cup size to give them some breathing room.

Sometimes changing your band size can resolve the issue, but in other cases you may need to go up or down a cup size. This is why it’s important to get a proper DIY bra check to make sure you’ve got everything sorted correctly.

It’s also worth knowing that sister bra sizes are available to provide a more accurate fit. These are bra sizes with the same cup volume but a slightly different band size, so you can increase your cup size without having to go up or down a band size as well. For example, a 34DD is the same as a 32DDD or 36D, depending on your country’s sizing system.

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