The acual size of ‘G cup’ bras can differ depending on the brand. One reason for this is that European brands do not carry a DD cup, so their G cup is equal to an Australian/UK sizing F or FF cup. In practical terms, a G cup bra in one brand could be a whole cup size different in another brand.
Finding a G cup bra in a mainstream store is almost impossible in Australia (unless you want a granny bra). However, at Brava we fit G cups everyday.
Many women who have previously been wearing a G cup bra are quite often a GG or H cup, as they had not been fitted correctly when bra shopping in the past.
We estimate that out of all the women who visit Brava for the first time and tell us they are a G cup, most would be closer to a GG cup or H cup. But remember - your bra band could be too big, so when we fit a smaller back band on you it will decrease the cup size too (so then the cup size then must go up to compensate).
Remember: Not all G cups are the same size - the size of the back band actually changes the size of the cup. As the size of your back band increases, so does the size of the cup. The G cup of a 16G is bigger than the G cup of a 12G. So in actual fact a 16G is two cup sizes bigger than a 12G. Confused? Visit us for a bra fitting or email our fitting team today.
To view our range of G cup bras in your size, click on your bra size below.
In addition to the best selection of G cup bras in Australia, Brava also offer a selection of bra cup-sized swimwear in G cup sizes. To view these, select 'Swimwear' and your size in the search boxes to the right.