(Drum roll) 🥁

I can confirm that absolutely NO guesses were spot on. A couple of participants guesses were right for 1 of the models, but none for both. 

It's no surprise to me that most guesses for the model wearing the grey bra were about a 10C. As most people think this model looked like she had an 'average' sized bust and the general consensus is that a 10C is an average size. But guess what? That model in the grey is actually a size 6DD. Yup... 6... DD. If that sounds crazy to you then you need to read this article about how bra sizing actually works. In our in store bra fittings I am always amazed at how few women (even in their, 30's 40's, 50's and 60's) don't actually understand how bra sizing works 🤦🏽‍♀️

The model in the 'latte' coloured bra got a real mixed bag of opinions with regards to her size. Most ladies were probably a little closer to getting this one right - but very few were spot on. This model is wearing a 14F 💡As an experienced bra fitter that certainly wasn't surprising to me. But what I know from personally having had over 10,000 women in the change room is that most Australian women still believe that F cup boobs are HUGE. Guess what? While they certainly aren't small, an F cup woman in today's day and age wouldn't stand out as having overly large breasts. 

So there you have it! How far were you off guessing right? 🤷🏽‍♀️

Just in case you haven't heard of She Science, I suppose I should really introduce myself. I am Tish, the founder of She Science, a by-appointment specialty bra store. Our team of experienced bra fitters offer 1:1 comprehensive bra fittings for cup sizes A-J and band sizes 6-24. We specialise in Sports and Everyday Bras. 



Since our beginning in 2013 we've earned a strong reputation in our industry for our extensive range and personalised fitting service. We pride ourselves on our 5 star ratings and reviews!

Thanks again for taking part in our guessing game! As always, there can only be one 'bonus prize' winner, which will be announced soon on our fb page.