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==Theory==
 
==Theory==
 
[[File:Cup_size_comparison_sister_sizes.png|thumb|Sister sizes have the same cup volume as each other. The difference of band size simply changes the fit.<ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cup_size_comparison.svg ''Wikipedia'': "File:Cup size comparison.svg"]</ref>]]
 
[[File:Cup_size_comparison_sister_sizes.png|thumb|Sister sizes have the same cup volume as each other. The difference of band size simply changes the fit.<ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cup_size_comparison.svg ''Wikipedia'': "File:Cup size comparison.svg"]</ref>]]
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==Benefits==
 
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==Dangers==
 
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==Usage==
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==Appropriate usage==
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==See also==
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*[[Bra-fitting method]]
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*[[Bra sizing by country]]
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Revision as of 03:37, September 7, 2012

ThinAndCurvy-BraBandSizeComparison

A woman compares two sister sizes to her correctly-fitting bra (right).[1]

A sister size is a bra with the same cup volume which could, in theory, be used as a substitite for one's true size.

Theory

Cup size comparison sister sizes

Sister sizes have the same cup volume as each other. The difference of band size simply changes the fit.[2]

Benefits

Dangers

Usage

See also

References

  1. Thin and Curvy: "Where to find 26 and 24 band bras, and a review of Ewa Michalak/Effuniak"
  2. Wikipedia: "File:Cup size comparison.svg"
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