Did you know that over 70% of females are not wearing the correct
1. Wrap the measuring tape all the way around your chest, right underneath your naked breasts (where your bra band would usually be).
2. Pull the tape as comfortably as you want your bra to be. If the number is odd take that number and add five inches to it for your correct BAND SIZE. (If the total original number is an odd number, round up to next even number. EX: Original band size 31, add 5 for a total band size of 36.)
If the number is even add 4. Ex. Original band size 30 add 4 for the total band size of 34.
3. Next, pull the tape around your actual breast, and across the nipples. Look in the mirror to be sure your tape is perfectly horizontal. That number is your proper bust measurement.
4. For your exact cup size, subtract your band size from your bust measurement and the difference will tell you your cup size.
USE CHART BELOW:
Less then 1 inch: A
1 inch difference: A
2 inches: B
3 inches: C
4 inches: D
Measure both your waist and your hips to find your correct panty size. To find your waist measurement, measure your natural waistline. Find your hip measurement by measuring the fullest part of your hips.
1. Decide whether you are committed to briefs, boxer briefs or boxers. There are variations, such as bikini
2. Select briefs with the same waist size as your trousers. Thus, if you have a 36-inch waist, opt for a 36 brief. The advantage of the brief is increased support, so you should fit it somewhat tightly across the hips and thighs. If this is uncomfortable, you should probably consider wearing boxers. Note: If you have an odd waist size that you are able to fit, you should select the next size up. Briefs only come in even-numbered sizes; thus, a 35-inch waist would take a size 36 brief.
3. Select boxer briefs with a bit more flexibility than briefs. The extra length on the leg creates a completely different feel and fit than briefs. In fact, the fit for boxer briefs is closer to boxers than briefs. But start by sizing the same as your trousers if you have been wearing briefs. If you find the leg too binding, try the next (even) size up. If you have been wearing regular boxers, you should probably try the same size as you wear in boxers.
4. Select regular straight-leg boxers the next size up from your trousers. Thus, a 36-inch waist would call for a 38 boxer. The advantage of the boxer is comfort and freedom, rather than support. Opting for a tighter fit compromises that benefit, so it doesn't make sense. Most people will find that going up a size improves comfort and flexibility of movement.
5. Consider how tightly you prefer to wear your trousers. If you like tight-fitting jeans, you may find that briefs better serve your needs. If you wear hip-hugging low-rise pants
6. When buying boxers, look at the construction of the front opening or slot. It should provide maximum overlapping of fabric, and the slot should not extend all the way down to the crotch seam. Some brands, will have buttons, which are not very practical, but are still better than the overlong slot found on too many less expensive brands.
7. Look for fullness in the legs and seat. A good boxer will have tapered legs and a shallow seat that fits closer to your buttocks. This is important, because a full seat and wide leg will cause the underwear to ride up into your crotch when you sit, and you will usually feel uncomfortable when you stand. Always having to adjust and pull down your underwear is awkward and often distracting, but you don't have much choice when your boxers are continually jammed up high against your hips and upper buttocks. If the leg is well-tapered but the seat is still too full, they will still ride up, but perhaps not quite as far.