How To Measure Your Bra Size
One of the first items of clothing many men choose when they start cross dressing is a bra. Of course, you might try to sneak your sister's or mother's bra the first few times to see how they look, but as you get older and a little more "experienced", you will want to find a pretty bra that fits you perfectly. Here is how to measure yourself for a bra:
Get a tape measure and wrap it around your chest. Make sure to have the tape measure under your arms for the correct band size. Most men are either a size 38, 40, 42 or 44, but you may be smaller or larger.
The next step is your cup size. Most men have very small breasts, so an A is usually the norm. But, you might have a little more up there, so this is how you determine your cup size: take the tape measure again and wrap it around the fullest part of your chest. This will be across the actual breasts for most men. Look at the number. If you are a 38" band size and you measure across the fullest part of your breasts and come up with 39", then you are an A cup size. The cup size is determined by adding inches to the band size. Here are some examples:
38" band size, 39" around the fullest part of the breasts= A cup
38" band size, 40" around the fullest part of the breasts= B cup
38" band size, 41" around the fullest part of the breasts= C cup
and so onů
Just plug in your own measurements to determine the right size for you! Here at Cross-Dress.com, we have many styles of bras made to fit a man.