Sorry to burst your boobalicious bubbles boys, but cup size is also relative to body size.
Many a “D” cup would be a “B” if the lady lost 40 pounds.
Yep! Being a D cup means only that the measurement from under your breasts & around your breasts is 6 inches different. When I met Jason, I was a size 10, and had a c-cup. During pregnancy I start to shop at the tent & awning store, b/c my rib cage expands & my breasts get bigger at the same time. After pregnancy, my cup size was relatively the same, but the # was about 6 inches different, b/c there was no longer a person pushing my ribs apart. And then gradually, after we finished nursing, I got smaller & smaller again…I never went back to a C…but that’s b/c I aso couldn’t get back into that 10!