The guy should be able to explain your size to a lingerie fitting expert or sales associate as plums, lemons, grapefruits, etc.
This is pretty helpful to someone helping him shop, but there’s a huge chance he’ll misinterpret your band size.
with the missions of selling bras for women, by women, and gathering the data needed to design and develop a well-fitting bra.
From the 16th century, the undergarments of wealthier women in the Western world were dominated by the corset, which pushed the breasts upwards.
In the later 19th century, clothing designers began experimenting with alternatives, splitting the corset into multiple parts: a girdle-like restraining device for the lower torso, and devices that suspended the breasts from the shoulder to the upper torso.
“This whole area that’s actually the most 3D part of the breast is completely uncharted territory.
That’s why the A, B, C, and D cups don’t actually mean anything.