whats my bra size Watch

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my measurements:
torso measurement - 72.5 cm
bust size - 79cm
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pics?
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Why not just go get yourself measured by a professional? :confused:
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(Original post by davesantana)
pics?
Nice try boss
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Nice try boss
mans just tryn help
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mans just tryn help
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Nice try boss
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Why not just go get yourself measured by a professional? :confused:
Cuz it costs money and I have anxiety lol
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Cuz it costs money and I have anxiety lol
Marks and Spencer’s do it for free
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Marks and Spencer’s do it for free
thanks, but i have anxiety so wanna limit my social interaction with people lmao
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Marks and Spencer’s do it for free
'hi im not actually looking for clothes i just need u to measure my ***'
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Cuz it costs money and I have anxiety lol
Just convert to inches so will be 28 or 30 and cup size is 1inch bigger than torso =A cup 2inch equals B cup 3inches C cup 4 inches D cup. Best thing is just go and try some on Peacocks or Primark have good selection or Debenhams and Marks. Asda can be okay too.
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'hi im not actually looking for clothes i just need u to measure my ***'
They actually have an area in the store for people to get purposely measured..
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thanks, but i have anxiety so wanna limit my social interaction with people lmao
You could go and try on some bras in various sizes until you find one that seems to fit you well. But ultimately getting a proper measure is best
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They actually have an area in the store for people to get purposely measured..
aight, time to go get something of mine measured.
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I’m sure Google or Victoria Secret will give you a better answer than TSR
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Wearing the wrong size is really not healthy for you. However, if you become easily anxious, perhaps you could take a friend with you to town to get measured. It really is worth it.
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