Whether you’ve read my blog before, you’ve googled a specific question, or you’ve stumbled here by complete accident, you’re probably interested in the biggest bra size and all the questions that go with it.
I recently wrote a blog post on Smallest Bra Size: Most Common Questions, so I thought it was only right to do another on the biggest bra size. You’re welcome!
What is the Biggest Bra Size?
Apparently, the biggest bra size ever recorded is 102ZZZ, which, to put it plainly, is absolutely crazy (that poor woman). However, the average biggest bra size is a bit smaller than that...
What is the Biggest Bra Cup Size?
The biggest bra cup size, or the most widely available one, is a K cup, but obviously it’s possible to be bigger than this. If you're measuring bigger than a K, it's most likely that you'll have to get your bras made by a specialist place.
What is the Biggest Bra Back Size?
The biggest bra back size is typically around the 52 inch mark. Again, though, it’s possible to be bigger than this. (If you're measuring higher than 102ZZZ, you will also need to alert Guinness World Records.)
How High Do Bra Sizes Go?
Cup sizes typically range from AA (the smallest) to a K (the biggest), and chest sizes range from 28-52 inches. If you find that your sizes are bigger than these, it's recommended that you go to a specialist lingerie store for further advice from a fitting expert.
Is a DDD the same as an F?
If you've been measured as a DDD, or you've found a bra in a DDD size, then it's important to know what this is the equivalent to. Most places don't count DDD as a real size, and it is actually the same as an F cup. If you need more help with bra size conversions, view our how to measure your bra size guide.
Biggest Bra Size: Finding the Right Bra
The bigger your boobs get, or the fuller your chest is, the harder it becomes to find a bra. This is down to a number of reasons. Not only is it to do with what is or isn’t available, it’s also because you need a certain level of support.
Unfortunately, there’s a lot of cheap bras out there that aren’t designed with your support and comfort in mind, so many people end up in pain and discomfort from poor quality bras. Luckily, at BraForMe, we’re all about inclusivity, and we really understand the importance of a bra that protects and properly supports your breasts.