What is my correct bra size according to the La Lopez measurement system?
As it is often difficult to find the correct bra size, we would like to advise you. Every model has the same size with the La Lopez measurement system. We created a formula for it. This will give you clarity.
Before taking your measurement put on a bra that resembles as closely as possible the model you wish to have but especially one that fits you reasonably.
For this advice we need the following (in bold letters) measurements.
Under bust size: You measure this by laying the tape measure around the bust starting at the wished for height in the front middle (A) up to the wished for height on the side seam of the bra (B). You need to measure this tightly across the upper edge of the underwire.
Bust depth: You measure this from the bust point (C ) straight down to above the edge of the underwire (D).
Under width: You measure this tightly under the bust around the under width (E).
It is also possible to order lingerie from La Lopez using this system. See La Lopez lingerie for details. You will find various models to choose from. These can be adjusted to minimise the risk to you. It is very important that you clearly state which model you wish.
Once we have your measurements, be it either for a measurement advice or for La Lopez lingerie, we will contact you as soon as possible.
Measuring the correct slip, string or boxer short size. For this we need the following measurements:
Waist width: measure the size tightly around your waist (see 1)
Hip width: measure the size tightly around your hip, +/- 25 cm under the waist (sitting height) (see 3)
2nd Hip width: measure the size tightly +/- 14 cm under the waist. Measure over the widest part between the waist and hip width2 (see 2)
Crutch length: to measure the crutch length you measure from the waist front between the legs through to the waist back (see5)
Thigh width: The correct thigh width is measured tightly along the thigh bone (see 6).
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