>Every woman is subject to bra shopping with the onslaught, I mean onset, of puberty. It’s a most hated task. Always do I feel unattractive and inferior whenever I am staring at my breasts encased in some Nylon/Spandex nightmare under the harsh fluorescent lights in a fitting room.
And what size am I? I have no freaking idea. Bra math has never been my strong suit and apparently, one size is not the same across manufactures and styles.
Because I’m a geek, I surfed the web and found this site with a bunch of different calculators on it. According some, I’m a 42 AA. According to this calculator, I’m a 44D. The best part was when one website told me my measurements were too small. Another one said I don’t need a bra. Geez, thanks for making me feel like crap.
So is there any truth to these numbers? Personally, I don’t wear any of those sizes suggested to me and I don’t buy into the statistics that most women are wearing the wrong size bras. Those seem self-fulfilling numbers to be created by bra manufacturers to get women to go out and buy bras.