GINA Quarter cup bra
Gina quarter-cup bra supports only the lower part of the breast. Cup width under the nipple is about 1-2 inches, depending on the size . It is made with underwired cups, adjustable shoulder straps, plush elastic band and the back closes with adjustable hook and eye closure.
This bra is suitable for firmer breasts. Women with A to C size cups do best with this type of bra; if you have larger breasts, there is a risk of too little support. You can order bigger cup bra as custom order but I won't accept return/refund if it doesn't fit.
Hand-washing is recommended, hang to dry.
Garter grips are Nickel-free metal framed grips with silicon backs.
*For Extra wide straps Garter grip tongues are made of cloth and they become soft when wet.
Quarter-cup bra supports only the lower part of the breast and is suitable for firmer breasts.
Cup width under the nipple is 1- 2 inches, depending on the size.
If you have larger breasts, there is a risk of too little support. You can order bigger cup bra as custom order but I won't accept
return/refund if it doesn't fit.
Please keep in mind that colors may vary on different computer monitors and in different lighting.
My size scale may differ from other sellers. That’s why, in order to ensure a perfect fit, the most important information for me is your measurements.
It will be the best if you provide the following measurements in the "Note to Seller" at checkout:
For GARTER BELTS
- waist circumference
- hips circumference
- bust and underbust circumference
You can calculate your bra-band size and your cup size by measuring around the rib cage and full bust, wearing your best-fitting bra. (Large-busted women especially need support for accurate measurements.)
Using a full-length mirror, measure around the rib cage, making sure the tape is level around the body and pulling it snug. To this measurement, add either 4 or 5 in. to get an even number. Example: if the snug rib cage is 29 in., add 5 for a total of 34 in. This is the bra-band size.
Next, measure the bust around the fullest part, again keeping the tape level, but this time don't pull it snug. To determine the cup size, subtract the bra-band size from the full-bust measurement. The difference, in inches, tells you the cup size: 1 in. for A, 2 for B, 3 for C, 4 for D, 5 for DD (or E), 6 for DDD (or F), and 7 in. for FF. For example, if your bra band is 36 in. and the full bust 38 in., the cup size is B; you'll make a size 36B.