where'd you go? Most places, people have only the vaguest idea of how to fit or measure someone. And then often they measure over clothes(which is pointless).
Also, US sizes run on their own (stupid IMHO) scale, European/german, another, and UK sizing another yet!
I've had greatest success with the European sizing chart. But you have to know which country your bra is manufactured in, too.
So, according to the European chart, I'm a 36-38 I. If I get a bra made in the UK, I need a 'G', and in the US, it's a 6D.
In the US they tend to label everything after a DDD as an F.
Although, Lane Bryant does carry and can order H and I cups in some of their bra styles.
Here's the most helpful size chart I've found.http://www.barenecessities.com/produ...id=ElomiEL1220