I always though E = DD, F = DDD.

I bought bras online in an E and the cups were too SMALL. So in this case the E was a DD.

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Originally Posted by iroc
According to the barenecessities site, after DD, it depends on whether it is European sizing or UK sizing. So, on the one hand, a US DD = E = European E = UK DD; on the other hand, a US DDD = F = European F = UK E. A US DDDD = G = European G = UK F, and so on.

And even with this kind of chart, there is still no universal standard sizing. From brand to brand and style to style, bras will (obviously) fit differently. I also find that sports bras seem to fit small and most women seem to need to go up a size or so.
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