As it comes to women’s breasts there is no such thing as a standard. I believe we could fill up a whole new planet with us petite. Even though the media may let you think and feel otherwise. Cup size A used to be the smallest bra cup size available. Now designers make many more smaller cup sizes.
- What is considered a small bra size?
- What is the average bra size?
- What is the smallest bra size?
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What is considered a small bra size?
Some people call cup size A small, some might even say the same about a B or C cup.
In the media boobs only seem to get bigger. In reality, it may be the case. But. There are lots of women with smaller boobs. Lots. This is what nature is all about. No woman is the same. Women’s breasts come in all shapes and sizes. None of our boobs are the same.
Shouldn’t a small bra be as small as boobs get? Yes! Some designers do care and started their lingerie business, often out of their own needs.
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What is the average bra size?
According to an article in the Telegraph Britain’s average bra size has gone from a 34B to 36DD
Britain’s getting bustier. The average UK bra size is now a 36DD (compared with 34B 11 years ago) and 53% of cupped bra sales at Selfridges are now a 34DD or larger.Caroline Leaper, acting senior fashion editor the Telegraph 12 February 2019
Why I don’t believe these figures entirely?
- Many women just have smaller boobs.
- A lot of petite never enter a lingerie store because they don’t sell their cup size.
- I’ve learned that many of us who wear a bad-fitted A or B cup really need a smaller cup size, like an AAAA, AAA, or AA cup. Read more about why the difference between cup A and cup B can be that close »
What is the smallest bra size?
Dainty Lady is designing lingerie for the petite bust & figure. Their collection is designed and individually handmade by a highly skilled team in Derbyshire in the heart of England. Their smallest cup size is now AAAA. Which is very good news!