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Discover how to find the perfect fit, shape and support with Freya's expert bra fitting advice - here to help you learn everything you need to know about getting fitted.

Measurement & Fitting

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It's estimated that 80% of women are in the wrong size bra, but it's easy to find the right fit every time. See our quick video guide on how to find the perfect fit.

Choosing The Right Bra

Choosing the Right Bra

Once you’ve discovered your size, you need to find the style to suit your shape & flatter your figure. Uncover our hints & tips to help you choose the right bra.

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  • I recently purchased a Freya bra online (a gorgeous Deco Spotlight plunge bra). And I must say, I am in love! This is seriously the best bra I've ever owned! It gives better lift, support, and shape than any of my previous bras. And yet it still doesn't look like some sort of industrial, ultra-full-coverage, utilitarian monstrosity that only comes in beige and has to be hidden under a turtle-neck. It's magical! That said, I am a little confused as to what size I should be looking at getting when I order my next bra. I got a 36FF this time since my old bra was a US 36H. The band seems just about perfect if I put it on the tightest setting, but that means I have no where to go if bra stretches out a bit, so I'm thinking of sizing down to a 34 next time. The underwire seems to be a good size. It's comfortable, sits flat, and gives great support. However, I seem to be constantly in danger of spilling out of the cups and am getting a slight "quad-boob" effect. I know that when you size down in the band you should generally size up in the cup but, given the spillage, I'm wondering if I should go all the way up to a GG. I'm just a little confused since the cups seem small, but the wire itself seems perfect. Is a 34GG likely to be too big in the cup/have poorly fitting wires? Will a 34G likely have the same "quad-boob" issue? If it comes down to choosing between small cups or large wires, which way should I go? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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    Hi,

    Thanks for contacting the Bra Doctor.

    We are delighted to hear how much you love the Deco Spotlight. If the band is on the tightest setting then you may wish to try a 34G and a 34GG to then compare which cup size suits you best. Please see here for our fitting video which will help ensure you are fitting it correctly.

    If you like the Deco Spotlight you may also like to try the Deco Vibe which as well as the standard skin tone colours also comes in bright fashion colours such as opal.

    Thanks

    love

    Freya


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  • Patsy padded half is my favorite bra, are there any other styles that are based off of that frame. I have other padded half bras that aren't quite as perfect as patsy. Bethany

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    Hi,

    Thanks for contacting the Bra Doctor.

    Most similar in style and fit to the Patsy half cup will be the Rapture or the Fearne.

    Thanks

    love

    Freya


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  • I wear a 36 J in U.S. sizes. What would that convert to in your sizes? Thanks!

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    Hi,

    Thanks for contacting the Bra Doctor.

    A US 36J is equivalent to a UK 36GG.

    Thanks

    love

    Freya


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