So it makes sense to spend some time learning about bra sizes.
There are two parts to a bra's size: the chest size (also called the band size) and the cup size.
Spotting Signs of Breast Development Picking Your First Bra Learning More About Bra Size Community Q&A Getting a first bra is a really big deal for any girl.
You might feel excited about it, or embarrassed, or a mixture of both. There are ways to tell when you need a bra, but it's important to remember that every girl is different, and you might develop at a different pace than your friends, and that's okay!
Some girls can't wait for them to come and look forward to their arrival as they would their birthday, first kiss, or a soccer championship.
Other girls dread them as much as eating a big plate of Brussels sprouts or changing the kitty litter.
Because large breasts get attention (just look at magazines, TV, or movies), some girls may worry if their breasts are small.Then the area around the nipple and areola starts to grow into a breast.As breasts keep growing, they may be pointy for a while before becoming rounder and fuller.Girls with large breasts also may be unhappy because their shape attracts attention they don't want.The truth is that beauty doesn't come in only one bra size.