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But it's interesting. They started with that letters
In October 1932, the S.H. Camp and Company were the first to measure cup size by the letters of the alphabet, A, B, C, and D, though the letters represented how pendulous the breasts were and not their volume. Camp's advertising in the February 1933 […] featured letter-labeled profiles of breasts. Cup sizes A through D were not intended to be used for larger-breasted people.
In 1937, Warner added four cup sizes (A, B, C and D) to its product descriptions. Two other companies, Model and Fay-Miss […] followed, offering A, B, C and D cup sizes in the late 1930s.
(see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brassiere_measurement#Cup_design_origins ) and now we have an abundance of letter-based, incompatible, sometimes barely reasonable systems, completely redundant, if they just used physical sizes right from the start…
BTW: Average breast sizes vary greatly from country to country. I just found what they call a "world map of average breast cup size" ( http://www.targetmap.com/viewer.aspx?reportId=5285 ). In any case, one should take these statistics with a grain of salt...
Of course, no measurements, no bra, will really help anyone who is unhappy with the globes he/she got...
Oh come on, there aren't enough of them for a riot. Average cup size is 34DD nowadays compared to 34B in 1983.
Yeah, but if we did that, we'd have a riot on our hands from all the "zero Cup" females out there who want to be a Size zero for their dresses, but not for their bikinis.
Bra sizes are super confusing once you get past D. The actual sizing itself is pretty simple. It's how many inches your cup is exceeds your band size.
AA = 0, A = 1, B = 2, C = 3, D = 4
After this the lettering basically change per manufacturer. For some a D might be an E, and in some stupid locations it may go D, DD, DDD, DDDD.
You could try to guess, like so: AA = 0, A = 1, B = 2, C = 3, D = 4, DD = 5, F = 6, G = 7, H = 8, I = 9, J = 10, K (JJ) = 11, L = 12, M = 13, N = 14
But chances are most manufacturers won't even remotely follow anything nearly that logical.
Personally, I really wish we could get rid of letters entirely and just use the number itself. For instance, rather than saying you have a C Cup you'd say you have a 3 Cup. Rather than D Cup it's a 4 Cup, and so on. You could even just say your breasts are a Size 10, or whatever. It would be so much easier to understand!