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let’s start with the basics.
what’s your bra size?
Band Size
Cup Size
Not sure? We've got you. Check out our at-home size guide,
or visit your local Athleta store to be measured.
We know this isn't a full size range, and we're working hard to refine our product to support all women.
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What will you be doing
in your new bra?
Namaste. These are bras for lighter impact workouts, designed to give you the right support while letting your body bend and flow.
So much to see, so much to do. Taking on the day doesn't need a high impact bra. We'll leave the impact-making to you.
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What will you be doing in your new bra?
Let’s get really specific with this one. Will you be doing more...
Hitting the gym, the bag, or the bike means time to amp up the support. Lots of sweat, lots of movement—we've got the bras for that.
You? Slow down because of lack of support? Nope. These bras are made to keep up with your highest impact workouts.
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How do you want
your support to feel?
For your size, we recommend
compression support for the best fit.
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AT-HOME SIZE GUIDE
Finding a bra that fits right is key to getting good support. Before we get started, make sure to wear a lightly lined bra (not a push-up or sports bra) to get as close to your natural fit as possible. You'll also need measuring tape.
STEP 1: MEASURE YOUR BAND
Wrap the measuring tape around your back where your chest band sits. Pull each side of measuring tape under your arms and around to the front, and meet just above bust. This is your band size.
Tip: Bra bands only come in even numbers, so round down if you get an odd number. Keep your original measurement in mind for Step 3.
STEP 2: MEASURE YOUR BUST
Wrap the measuring tape around your back at band level again, but this time bring it around to the front at the fullest part of your bust. Add a little slack, so that the two sides of the tape meet in a 90° angle (T-shape). If the number falls on the half inch, round up.
This is your bust size.
STEP 3: FIND YOUR CUP SIZE
Time for a little math (just a little, promise). Take the difference between your two original measurements (band—even if it was an odd number—and bust). The difference will indicate your cup size.
1 = A
2 = B
3 = C
4 = D
5 = DD
etc.
STEP 4: CONVERT YOUR SIZE
Well done, now you have your bra size (band + cup). If you're buying an alpha-sized bra (XXS-XXL), use our size conversion chart to find your perfect fit.
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