$ 16.00 USD
This exquisite back strap was designed by Jamie Harten - a wife and mother from Glenn Dale, Maryland who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes as a young child. Her personal style is inspired by color, pattern and texture. She loves the mix and match versatility of The Bra Lab. Jamie manages the disease with modern technology, but hopes for a cure one day. When you buy a Jamie Lee back strap, we will make a donation to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, supporting the fight for a cure.
Multi-loop options on the inside of the back strap allow you to move your shoulder straps around to work with your trickiest outfits.
Hidden side clasps leave a seamless look across the back and provide more balanced support and more adjustment options to provide a better fit.
If you are unsure what size to order please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Cup sizing is relative to band sizing. So, a C cup for instance is not a universal size. Someone who wears a 32C has a totally different C cup than someone who wears a 38C. The volume of the cup gets larger as the band size increases. It is all relative to the band size.
2. Measuring: To get your size measure your bust (just across your nipples), round up to the nearest inch. Then, measure your under bust (just around your ribcage), if you get an odd number round to the nearest even number. Subtract your band size from your bust size, and use the difference to find your cup size on the size chart below. You will then need to apply your size to our SISTER SIZING guide (located on the product pages).
As the back size increases the cup size decreases but the breast volume stays the same.