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An Australian 12F will be equivalent to a UK 34F.
It is very difficult to tell your true size from measurements because they are found to be around 70% incorrect. We would recommend going to your nearest Freya stockist to be professionally fitted, find your nearest store here. They will be able to advise you on the best style to suit your body and bust shape.
A European 85F will be equivalent to a UK 38E.
We love the Deco range which gives a lovely, rounded shape and great cleavage, being moulded it is lightly padded.
See here for our full range of padded half cup bras several of which start in a 28 back and still go up to a G cup.
Freya bras are based on UK sizes, a US 38H will be equivalent to a UK 38FF.
There is a cup size between 32E and 32DD - they are not the same size.
US sizes don't come in a cup size E or F, their equivalent cup sizes to these will be DDD and G.
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.
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