Your bra size is very near and dear to your heart—literally. It's easy to get a little too hung up on the numbers and letters we see on the tag and end up in the wrong size because of it. In fact, there are two particular sizes tons of women think they are—even though they're not. The culprits?
So you think you know what a D cup looks like?
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So you think you know what a D cup looks like? So the above photo — what size does that look to you? You might be chiming up with a D cup, pretty big but not huge. As you might remember from our How To Measure Yourself video , cup size is relative to band size.
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According to World Data, the average volume of a natural female breast is roughly millilitres - which is about the size of a European B cup. Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian and Russian women have far and away the largest breasts in the world, with a Target Map reporting an average size of a D cup and bigger across these regions. North America, Colombia, Venezuela, Iceland and Germany follow closely behind, with an average D cup representing the statistical majority. The majority of women from African nations such as Ghana, Sudan and Nigeria boast B cups, while Asian females from nations like China, Japan, South Korea and Malaysia have the smallest busts with A cup size being most common. Latvia has one of the smallest average breast sizes in Europe, with Peru taking the title for smallest boobs in Latin America.
So say many of the women getting boob jobs today, who are choosing a perky B cup or a small C, like Taylor Swift, over the long-desired Ds of the Kardashian clan. The former A cup sent Dr. Steven Ip, a plastic surgeon with medical practices in Beverly Hills and Newport Beach, a dozen screenshots of Gigi Hadid about a 34C as a ta-ta template. McKinley, 30, also bumped her As up to Bs earlier this year with Dr.