Sofia Vergara’s Allure cover claims she’s “32F and proud”: is she really, though?

This Allure cover kind of pissed me off. For one, I actually think it’s a pretty, “makeunder” photo of Sofia Vergara, but Allure just killed the soft, feminine image with too much text and that yellow “ALLURE”. Also, it kind of pisses me off that Sofia got her boobs out again. I mean, it’s difficult for her to hide them away, but why did Allure choose the “Sofia is falling out of her dress” photo for the cover?

And then there’s the cover line… “32F and Proud.” Thus far, I haven’t found any interview excerpts, but I think we can safely say that Sofia talked about her breasts again in this interview – she always talks about them. It’s fine. I know it’s annoying, but those of us with giant racks do think about it a lot. I’m thinking about my giant rack right now as I’m typing. I’m thinking about how my back hurts from lugging around these girls. I guess Sofia is the same… they’re always on her mind. I just have to say one thing though… I don’t think she’s a 32F. I believe her cup size might be somewhere around there, but I doubt she’s a 32 around her ribcage. No disrespect – she’s got an incredible body. But my guess is that she’s closer to a 34 or a 36. And I really hope she didn’t utter the line, “I’m 32F and PROUD!”

Meanwhile, did you follow the Modern Family salary dispute? It was interesting for several reasons – one, Modern Family is a HUGE network hit and ABC and 20th Century Fox (who produces the show) really wants to keep the cast happy. It’s surprising that the salary issue wasn’t worked out behind-the-scenes, before it came to a head last week when the cast (just the six adult actors – Vergara, Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Ed O’Neill, Eric Stonestreet, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson) walked out of their first script reading of the season. They filed a lawsuit to void their contracts and 20th Century Fox – negotiating with the proverbial gun to their heads – folded. Reportedly, the cast will now make “as much as $175,000 per person per episode, with bonuses, along with a cut of back-end profits.” And all they had to do was sign on to an eighth season. Not bad. It was really smart of the cast to negotiate as a team – that’s why the cast of Friends ended up making so much money per episode too, because it was all or nothing with them.

Sofia Vergara on WhoSay

Jesse Tyler Ferguson on WhoSay

Allure cover courtesy of HuffPo. Additional pics courtesy of Sofia’s Twitter.

 

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  1. SueD says:

    32 is doubtful. That was my size when I was a bony 11 yr old.

    • corny says:

      another boob story? Tyra still Queen Boob

      • Lauren says:

        I dunno. I’m 37, probably 145 lbs, and I’m around a 32DDD/32F. I’m not teeny, either (obviously). Just a relatively small ribcage. I sure wouldn’t be surprised if one of those always-smaller-than-you-think celebrities had a ribcage my size. PERSONAL ANECDOTE PROOF!

    • Tiffany says:

      I completely disagree. I have seen Sofia in real life and she is TINY! Even her hips and butt are tiny. Like fit in my hand tiny! She only looks “curvy” because her waist goes in so far from her hips and ribs (but that doesn’t mean hips and ribs are big).

      She is a very itty bitty woman. The only thing big on her is her chest.

    • Genevieve says:

      WAIT a frickin’ minute here! I’m certain that I read an article several mos ago (think it was the “Parade” section in the Sunday newspaper) where someone wrote in with a query about Sofia. Parade went into a riff about Sofia’s boyfriend, the FLA politician, and listed their respective ages. I believe that his age was listed as 33 and hers as 39. I’d ordinarily be more specific in my fact-checking, but as I’m in the hospital on a morphine drip for a few days, just bust me later if I’m wrong, lol.

      Also, I’ve alternately read and heard in entertainment pubs and on the telly that people were worried about 1). The fact that she was an actress, and that did not bode well for her staid BF and his political future (this was before their brief breakup and subsequent engagement), and 2). The diff in their ages with Sofia being the elder of the two.

      I have also heard 38 and 40 as being her true age, so…..WTF gives? I’d simply adore being able to slice a few years off my age as it pleases me, but HEY- I’m not an actress, so I guess I don’t have that luxury. 39, YEAH! That sounds really good…again and again and again. :p

    • ZenB!tch says:

      I say 34 but not 36. I was a 36 most of my adult life before I became unemployed, depressed and ergo FAT and I was a size 10. I was a 30 when I was 11-12: 30AA. 34D as a young adult and I have a very wide back.

      What is an F is that a DDD? She’s not that big. D or DD maybe.

    • That’s because you’re using the infamous +4 method to measure your band size. The correct way is to wear a band size that is closest to your under-bust measurement. I was wearing a 34C for yoears, and now I’m a correctly fitted 28DD (my underbust measurement is 29 inches). And I’m not petite.

  2. cupidityrox! says:

    Gorgeous woman.
    Good on the cast for demanding higher pay. The network’s making millions might as well spread the wealth

  3. GiGi says:

    I bet she is. I’m a 32DD which I recently discovered after years of wearing a 34C. Why do we all try to wear a 34C, lol? I don’t look like a super large chested gal. Certainly no Oprah or Dolly Parton. I think most ladies are smaller around the rib cage and larger in the cup size than they think.

    • marie says:

      ha, I’d been wearing C’s forever-just learned I should actually be wearing a D, and I feel like a dummy for not knowing that..

    • Ponytail says:

      Urgh, I hear you. I got measured up for a sports bra and even though I knew I should be wearing a band one size smaller than my old bra, the sales assistant said I was one more down, and my cup size needed to go up THREE (from DD to FF, whihc I didn’t even realise WAS a size). Ruined my entire weekend.

    • LucyOriginal says:

      Me too! I recently discovered I am a 32DD and the person who made the measurements basically told me that depending on the brand I may even be 32DDD (I didn’t even know this existed!). Anyway, I tried a 32DD bra and what I difference from a 34C, lol.

      • megs283 says:

        If I said that I hate you all, you’d know it was coming from jealousy, right?

        xoxo 38B

      • GiGi says:

        Megs – I’d trade with you in a heartbeat! My boobs are the first place I gain and the last I lose and they always make me look heavier :(

      • Mira says:

        You’re not alone, GiGi. Until last month I wore 36D but I’m 36F with some brands (Triumph) and 38A with others. I stick to Triumph though because it works well for me. I’m petite and every extra kilo I need to shed in my boobs and abs. I exercise regularly but crunches suck donkey balls and it’s difficult to lose the boob flab. I’m starting kick boxing from tomorrow; I’ve been told they work well for abs and chest among others.

      • drawbackwards says:

        Gigi- I can completely empathize. I had a reduction when I was 23 (out of pocket, my insurance deemed it cosmetic with or without doctor recommendations). I’m a 36C-D now… I couldn’t even tell you what size I was before that since I wore 34C-D bras and 1/4 of my boob hung out the bottom! People fail to realize that it’s quite difficult to find clothing that fits a large chest and small-average body type. Pre-surgery, the shoulder seams on my blouses used to be adjacent to my armpits. Adorable. And if anyone has this issue, I’m dying to know what the #1 skin mistake is that I’ll never make again!

      • LucyOriginal says:

        @megs: you are fine, trust me!
        @gigi: this happens to me too. This 20-year relationship with my boobs has its ups and downs, :) . But I won’t complain. I was going to get a breast reduction, but gave up and embraced them, hahaha

    • lamamu says:

      I’d been wearing 32C for my entire adult life until I was “properly fitted” and told I’m a 30D. The smaller around the ribcage, the larger the cup size. (30D = 32C = 34B, in cup sizes)

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @Lucy, I was told that the DDD is also called an E. I’m a 32G (nursing boobs) and will (hopefully) go back to a DD when I’m done nursing. I think Sofia is a 32F. She looks small throughout the waist and rib cage.

      • MsCatra says:

        @Mort – DD is also E, DDD is F in US/EUR sizing. I feel ya on the nursing boobs. Mine are normally DD and are now an H.

        Hmmmm….I’m inclined to agree with Kaiser that she looks more like a 34 or 36 to me. I was a 32 prepregnancy and I’m pretty petite.

      • Newgirl says:

        GiGi, I feel the same way. I’m slender, but my girls just make me look fat in pictures. I would love to size down.

      • punkitten says:

        I believe it as well. She looks itty bitty to me except for her chest. For years I believed I was a 34C (don’t we all?) until a proper fitting determined I was actually a 32D. Along came a pregnancy which pushed me to a 34DD and beyond and nursing which resulted in a 32DD and probably far beyond. They were pretty impressive for a while. Now the girls are back to a 32D and I don’t look huge by any means. I suppose I have always had a more slender frame. I am so grateful that my dear friend talked me into getting properly fitted. Otherwise I would still be walking around adjusting an ill fitting bra. If you haven’t done so please do this simple thing for yourself. As your body changes due to weight fluctuations or pregnancy get it done again. It is beyond worth it. Love my ladies at Petticoat Fair!

    • Chordy says:

      I had the exact same experience. I’ve been wearing a 34C, but when I got fitted, I found out I was a 32DD. The woman who fit me said it’s really common for women think they need a bigger band and smaller cup. I have to say Oprah was right. Getting the right size bra has changed my life.

    • GiGi says:

      Ah, my Sisters of the Boob! I feel your pain (literally)! I always feel like I look 10 pounds heavier – I’m 5’8″ and I don’t look chesty, necessarily, but I have big, fat Kate Upton tatas and they fit in NOTHING, lol! I always look indecent in a bathing suit.

      I was so hoping they would go away after kids, but they just got bigger!

    • ZenB!tch says:

      Mine more or less stay the same so I’ve gained weight from a 34/36DD to a 38/40D because I gained weight around the band but not as much in the actual boob.

  4. Jackie O says:

    this woman needs to put away her boobs and exaggerated accent. the schtick has gotten really old.

  5. RhymesWithSilver says:

    I went for a REAL bra fitting (NOT at Victoria’s Secret) in a specialty shop selling European sizes, and they put me in a 32F. I’d been wearing a 36D. Granted, it’s quite snug and many women would balk at how tight it is. It does give me some back rolls (I’m a bit squishy), but after years of searching for a properly supportive bra, this was the first that made my girls cooperate. Most women need a bigger cup and a smaller band, but even though big boobs abound in the U.S., it’s nearly impossible to find bras above DD. You’re basically forced to add band inches instead of the cup space you actually need. Also, I’m hardly super-chesty, but an F cup is not as huge as you’d think. Vergara is probably wearing a European bra. American bras go by this ridiculous system of adding more and more “D”s, whereas European sizes do this innovative thing called USING THE NEXT LETTER IN THE ALPHABET. The bra I bought was also absurdly expensive, but worth it. I have no idea why something nearly all of us use and need can be so poorly suited to our needs and quality versions so prohibitively priced.

    • GiGi says:

      I walked into a lingerie shop and asked for a 32DD and was laughed at! I don’t think that’s even that crazy a size!

      Once you’ve been properly measured you can find an enormous range online. I get mine at HerRoom. They even have a fit calculator. You enter what size you are in a certain brand and they’ll tell you what size will fit you best in all the other brands!

      • SnarkySnarkers says:

        My poor little 5’2 103 lb sister is a 32DD. She can almost never find her size in stores and they always want to stick her in a 34C. I on the other hand am a 32C (glorified 32B really) and Im jealous of all your jugs. I swear after I have a kid Im getting a good pair of squishy bolt ons. Sigh.

        Sophia’s “look at me Im latina” accent is a little grating. She is pretty funny though so I let it slide.

    • jc126 says:

      Interesting and enlightening. I keep meaning to go to a place that will do a fitting and sells bra brands that aren’t necessarily found in most stores, my chest is kind of big. Although I am kind of dreading doing it if it’s supposed to feel quite snug – I hate feeling restricted.

      So maybe Vergara is an F is she’s talking about European sizes; she sure doesn’t look it judged by American bra sizes. Oh, and she’s annoying as hell.

      • lucy2 says:

        Nordstroms is good too, and if you can catch a sale there, the good ones aren’t too expensive. They’ll help you find the right size, and it seems like the women who work in that department actually know what they’re doing, it’s not just some dumb high school kids.

    • MST says:

      Victoria’s Secret brassieres are known as “fashion bras,” meaning they’re more for show than support. Sadly, the only ones that see me in my undies these days are my cats :-(

      Anyway, good quality bras ARE expensive, but it always surprises me when women will spend $600 and more for a pair of designer shoes that hurt their feet but will balk at paying $150.00 for a good, well-fitting bra. Which do you get more mileage out of (no pun intended)!

    • MerryHappy says:

      Me too! I went to a very expensive bra shop where i was properly fitted as a 30f. 30 f?! Yeah.I had been wearing a 32dd. I wanted to sob. But i was assured wearing a properly fitting bra would make things better :p

    • Scarlet Vixen says:

      I was wearing a 36C/34D for ages before discovering I was a 34/36F. I can’t afford to spend tons of money on bras, so I often buy from Frederick’s of Hollywood. They have sexy (but inexpensive) bras all the way up to an F!

    • Megalion says:

      Personally I despise Victorias Secret, they carry the most minimal range of bra sizes leaving out all of us who have a cup size bigger than D.

      Frederick’s on the otherhand recognizes us and carries things for the bigger busted.

      But I’m even out of that range at somewhere around 40G. I gave up on finding fitted bras after a horrible experience at that specialty bra shop in Monrovia, CA (indifferent, even rude employees that seemed annoyed at my request to properly fit me). Im not even sure 40g is my size because of that but it’s the size of the bra I got (I was desperate for a bra I didn’t bulge out of on top).

      Later I discovered that a style of Champion Bras at Target came in XXL size that does a decent job of holding my girls up with bonus of the straps looking like an under tank than bra. And at $17 a pop, not painful to replace when the bottom band starts to wear out (not quickly though).

      When I can afford the pricey fitted bras again, I’m going to try Jeanettes Bras in Hollywood. Lenora Claire (google her, smallish waist, HUGE boobs) personally recommended them to me after I told her the horror story of the Monrovia shop. The latter had had a reputation for being a great shop to go to but they were rude not only to me but another customer (overheard and relayed by my friend). But I’ve a good feeling that Jennette’s will live up to the hype.

      Hope the tip about the sports bras help some other financially challenged big boobed women.

      • MariaH. says:

        Check out bratabase and livejournal-communities bustingout and thirty_twod.

        There are people there that give advice on properly fitting bras, right bra size and give fitting help.

        There are also some online shops and stores that offer brafittings via skype.

    • Megalion says:

      Personally I despise Victorias Secret, they carry the most minimal range of bra sizes leaving out all of us who have a cup size bigger than D.

      Frederick’s on the otherhand recognizes us and carries things for the bigger busted.

      But I’m even out of that range at somewhere around 40G. I gave up on finding fitted bras after a horrible experience at that specialty bra shop in Monrovia, CA (indifferent, even rude employees that seemed annoyed at my request to properly fit me). Im not even sure 40g is my size because of that but it’s the size of the bra I got (I was desperate for a bra I didn’t bulge out of on top).

      Later I discovered that a style of Champion Bras at Target came in XXL size that does a decent job of holding my girls up with bonus of the straps looking like an under tank than bra. And at $17 a pop, not painful to replace when the bottom band starts to wear out (not quickly though).

      When I can afford the pricey fitted bras again, I’m going to try Jeanettes Bras in Hollywood. Lenora Claire (google her, smallish waist, HUGE boobs) personally recommended them to me after I told her the horror story of the Monrovia shop. The latter had had a reputation for being a great shop to go to but they were rude not only to me but another customer (overheard and relayed by my friend). But I’ve a good feeling that Jennette’s will live up to the hype.

    • Megalion says:

      Personally I despise Victorias Secret, they carry the most minimal range of bra sizes leaving out all of us who have a cup size bigger than D.

      Frederick’s on the otherhand recognizes us and carries things for the bigger busted.

      But I’m even out of that range at somewhere around 40G. I gave up on finding fitted bras after a horrible experience at that specialty bra shop in Monrovia, CA (indifferent, even rude employees that seemed annoyed at my request to properly fit me). Im not even sure 40g is my size because of that but it’s the size of the bra I got (I was desperate for a bra I didn’t bulge out of on top).

      Later I discovered that a style of Champion Bras at Target came in XXL size that does a decent job of holding my girls up with bonus of the straps looking like an under tank than bra. And at $17 a pop, not painful to replace when the bottom band starts to wear out (not quickly though).

      When I can afford the pricey fitted bras again, I’m going to try Jeanettes Bras in Hollywood. Lenora Claire (google her, smallish waist, HUGE boobs) personally recommended them to me after I told her the horror story of the Monrovia shop.

    • Megalion says:

      Personally I despise Victorias Secret, they carry the most minimal range of bra sizes leaving out all of us who have a cup size bigger than D.

      Frederick’s on the otherhand recognizes us and carries things for the bigger busted.

      But I’m even out of that range at somewhere around 40G. I gave up on finding fitted bras after a horrible experience at that specialty bra shop in Monrovia, CA (indifferent, even rude employees that seemed annoyed at my request to properly fit me). Im not even sure 40g is my size because of that but it’s the size of the bra I got (I was desperate for a bra I didn’t bulge out of on top).

      Later I discovered that a style of Champion Bras at Target came in XXL size that does a decent job of holding my girls up with bonus of the straps looking like an under tank than bra. And at $17 a pop, not painful to replace when the bottom band starts to wear out (not quickly though).

      When I can afford the pricey fitted bras again, I’m going to try Jeanettes Bras in Hollywood. Lenora Claire (google her) recommended them to me after I told her the horror story of the Monrovia shop.

    • Megalion says:

      Personally I despise Victorias Secret, they carry the most minimal range of bra sizes leaving out all of us who have a cup size bigger than D.

      Frederick’s on the otherhand recognizes us and carries things for the bigger busted.

      But I’m even out of that range at somewhere around 40G. I gave up on finding fitted bras after a horrible experience at that specialty bra shop in Monrovia, CA (indifferent, even rude employees that seemed annoyed at my request to properly fit me). Im not even sure 40g is my size because of that but it’s the size of the bra I got (I was desperate for a bra I didn’t bulge out of on top).

      Later I discovered that a style of Champion Bras at Target came in XXL size that does a decent job of holding my girls up with bonus of the straps looking like an under tank than bra. And at $17 a pop, not painful to replace when the bottom band starts to wear out (not quickly though).

      When I can afford the pricey fitted bras again, I’m going to try Jenettes Bras in Hollywood. Lenora Claire (google her) recommended them to me

    • Megalion says:

      Personally I despise Victorias Secret. Frederick’s on the otherhand recognizes us bigger busted. 

      But I’m even out of that range at somewhere around 40G. I gave up on finding fitted bras after a horrible experience at that specialty bra shop in Monrovia, CA (indifferent, even rude employees that seemed annoyed at my request to properly fit me). Im not even sure 40g is my size because of that.

      Later I discovered that a style of Champion Bras at Target came in XXL size that does a decent job of holding my girls up. And at $17 a pop, not painful to replace when the bottom band starts to wear out (not quickly though). 

      When I can afford the pricey fitted bras again, I’m going to try Jenettes Bras in Hollywood. Lenora Claire (google her) recommended them to me

  6. HadleyB says:

    I agree, I think women wear the band too big, too loose.

    It should be snug, another reason why I think there are so many saggy titties out there … also go up cup sizes, everyone thinks they should wear a 34XXX or 36XXX .. but wearing a 32XXX or 30XXX is harder to find, more expensive and cannot be found at Target, Walmart or Victoria’s Secrets so when the teenager salesperson at VS tells you oh you are a 32d? You can wear a 34c, its the same thing — it KINDA is but it’s not really.

    Get fitted ladies at real lingerie store or Nordstrom, you will be surprised!

    I too wear a 32 and I am a size 4, not 98 pounds.

  7. Megan says:

    I bet she is a 32… I’m a 34 and I feel like i am a lot bigger around than she is lol

  8. Freckles says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if she’s a 32F at all. So many women wear the wrong size bra. For years I was wearing 34B until I went to Rigby & Peller and was told I’m actually 30D. I almost passed out in disbelief! I do have a small back, but I’m not tiny. My bra’s now vary between 30 and 32 and I’m a size 8 (UK so 4 US?) and I doubt Sofia is much different in dress size.

  9. lucy2 says:

    I think she is, she’s pretty tiny in frame.

  10. Jacq says:

    I have a feeling that it is much like Jennifer Aniston’s situation – she probably doesn’t constantly being it up, but interviewers do. Then, they use the quotes they get.

    I can’t honestly say that her specific size comment is fact or fiction, because people in Hollywood are so small. However, I am very slender and in no way a 32 & she’s a curvy Latina. I really don’t care what size she is, so long as her comments don’t promote an unhealthy, unattainable body image for her fans.

  11. fabgrrl says:

    She must be talking about European sizes, right? She really doesn’t look like more than a D cup to me.

    • MsCatra says:

      Yeah, a European F is the same as a US DDD or a UK E. A UK F is the same as a US/EUR G. I wish they’d all adopt the same damn sizing system. I just thought of something, though…EUR band sizing is different (I’m a 34 US/UK, but 75 EUR), so I don’t know what system she’s using, lol!

  12. bea says:

    Why on earth would she lie about it?

    She’s not very tall (or large in general). I think 32F seems completely feasible. (32 for the rib cage, F for the cup size)

    She’s fantastic!

  13. Ang says:

    I can see it…my whole adult life department stores have put me at a 44-46DD. Recently I had to get fitted for a strapless bra for my wedding gown by a professional bra shop that was recommended by Davids Bridal. The lady there got real handsy in terms of my measurement and put me at a 36 G. My bras have never fit better and now my back pain is gone. I’m a bigger girl but my waist is too tiny compared to the rest of thick me, I never realized I had that problem and I bet many other women do too. Get measured by a pro shop!

  14. shewolf says:

    Im the same size. You’d be surprised how many women need a smaller bandsize than what they typically go for.

  15. hoya_chick says:

    I’m glad the cast stuck together. People were saying they were greedy for wanting more money. I disagree especially with the syndication rights sold the network and studio will be making millions and
    millions in the coming years. Why shouldnt get a bigger piece of the pie? The cast is an ensemble and they have all won/nominated for Emmy’s and Gloden Globles. And the ratings are huge. Oh and Ed O’Neal actually joined a day later after they all filed the lawsuit as well so it all of them. Love the show and am glad they got a better contract.

    • lucy2 says:

      Agree, I saw some people saying they should just work their original 7 year contract – I don’t think that EVER happens with a TV show, especially one that becomes a hit and is sure to generate a lot of revenue over the years.
      Sticking together is smart as a negotiating tactic, and also avoids bad blood amongst a cast if one gets a better deal than another.

  16. Saema says:

    32′s would be better in terms of supporting, but they give a horrible look under fitting tops, more or less. All the ladies here with meaty or cushioned bodies know what I’m referring to…. The nasty tight bra look that squishes into your back, so it appears you have extra fat and multiple rolls in places you never had!

  17. Maritza says:

    She doesn’t look big at all according to that photo, I’d say pretty normal.

  18. Bee says:

    I can’t stop looking at those over lined lips. Not a good look.

  19. Jenna says:

    If she’s a 32F, I don’t even want to know my actual size. I’m already sporting a 38DD. -_-

  20. Unbeweavable says:

    I believe it. I was just shocked at Nordstrom when I found out I wear a 34DDD instead of the 40D I had been wearing. This may sound silly but now that my hoots are sitting up taller, I feel taller too. And I don’t feel like I might fall out of my bra if I bend over. It’s awesome! And I highly recommend Nordstrom for a proper bra fitting. I got measured by this tiny older woman who knew anything and everything about bras and fits.

  21. original kate says:

    i used to wear a 36B and when i finally got measured at macy’s i was a 34C. who knew? i also read once that when you buy a bra the band should be tighter than you think because it will stretch over time.

    • Sassy says:

      I was told by a fitter that a bra only has 90 days of use. Therefore, buy one that fits you comfortably on the last hook, then adjust inward as it stretches over time. I never put my bras in the dryer, and they hold up well. I also find that if I wear a soft cup Olga I am a C cup, yet with the T shirt molded type bra I wear a D cup.

      • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

        90 days? Or what, does it spontaneously combust a la the IT crowd? That fitter sounds like a crook, and there’s no way that me or any other lady I know would the kind of money it takes to buy a specialty bra every three months. I have horrible back pain left over from having been in two car accidents during my childhood, so sometimes I wear a pretty powerful minimizer bra that kind of looks crappy under clothes but takes a lot of the strain off. That was $130.00 and while I didn’t spent nearly as much on the T-shirt bra that I also got, it cost a lot more than the crap at say, Victoria’s Secret. I don’t know how that company does so well, their sizes are so limited and their products are about as effective as wearing two report cards and a rubber band.

      • HadleyB says:

        I heard a year and that sounds about right .. but I have a lot of bra’s and rotate them then move them to the night time / work out/ cleaning/ around the house bra drawer …. I also never try to wear a bra more than 2 days in a row, hand wash or lingerie bag, never in the dryer, never sleep in a good bra use an old one or a bra tank but they still wear out.

      • Issa says:

        My fitter said 6moths to a year. Maybe longer if you care for them. Hand wash, no dryer and rotate use. You should buy multiple bras and never wear more than one twice a week. Never heard of 90 days? Is that with continual use?

  22. Joanna says:

    what i don’t get is why always sexy pics and headlines on a women’s magazine? i don’t care what size she is and have no desire to see her rack. even on women’s magazines, the pics are always sexy??????!!!!!

  23. TheOneAndOnly says:

    I know i’m in the minority but i’ve seen enough of this check doing pepsi covergirl who knows how many products in the Latin market – do they all have to shill everything in the guick cash grab – i’d like to see models on the covers, she’s not all that interesting and has become or is a typical hollywood insider. Does she really even have good let alone great acting skills. IDK but i’m doubtful after watching some of her stuff.

  24. Becks says:

    I’ve been properly fitted and I’m a 32 D. I’m 5’7 and by no means do I look big and chesty. I can wear a 34C, but its not the same. Its just that 32D is not always available. I think all women should be properly fitted. You would be surprised how many women are walking around in the wrong size!

  25. FireNgin says:

    I’m pretty sure Victoria’s Secret tells everyone that they are a 34C! After being pregnant, then nursing my son for a year, I had no idea what my normal bra size was anymore. I had a fitting at a real bra shop and found out I was a 30D! I wanted to go and slap someone at VS. I can believe she is a 32F.

  26. manganxet says:

    32 is doubtful but it doesn’t matter, she’s the best!

  27. Happy21 says:

    I’ve been meaning to get properly measured for ages. I’m sure that I’m not far off from where I should be. My band is 36 and it fits me where it should and is pretty snug. I’m wearing a D these days but think DD might be more accurate.

    After reading this thread I’m going to go and give it a try. Well not RIGHT after but soon :)

    My sister had been wearing a 36A for years and I finally told her than I didn’t think she needed a 36 (she’s tiny) and it turns out she is a 34B.

    I don’t know if I’d say Sofia is a 32. That’s pretty teensy. I’d say 34 or 36 but so many of the above women can attest that it is possible so I’ll give her the benefit of the doubt

  28. Gidget says:

    If she’s wearing a 32F in that cover photo, she needs to go up at least a cup size. urgh. Wires resting on boob tissue? Quadboob? Falling out the top when bending over because the cups aren’t deep enough? no thanks!
    (For the record, I wear a size 8US in dresses, and I’m in a 32 GG right now, and ought to be in a 30 H, and my rack does not look as impressive as Sofia’s)

    • MariaH. says:

      This. I so agree with you.

      I saw some other pics of Sofia and if I got my hands on her I would try her in a 30G/GG/H.

      Anybody who says that she she is a 36 band probably needs to have a proper fitting themselves.

      It is not surprising that the first US-American company to make 30 bands (Affinitas) is located in California, most Hollywood actresses with larger boobs actually need sub-32 bands.

  29. Sarah says:

    32 F seems about right to me. I’m nowhere near as petite as her, and I’ve been professionally fitted to a 32DD. I can go upto a 32E in some designs.

  30. Lairen says:

    No, I don’t doubt she is actually a 32F. You want your band to be VERY snug, because nearly all of your bra support should be coming from there, not the straps. If you can easily pull your band an inch away from your back, then your band is too loose!

  31. Grace says:

    She sure looks like a 32F to me! I am a 32DDDD and she looks MUCH bigger than I do! She sure has a great body though, but she needs to keep her mouth shut! Annoying woman! I am “over” her and her schtick!

  32. Bailey says:

    I can believe she’s a 32F. That’s honestly not as big as you might think (coming from 32DD or 32DDD here).

  33. MMF says:

    If you look at her from the back. She looks wider than 32. I’m pretty small everywhere but my bust. I’m 36DD and hate them more and more everyday. I have permanent groves in my shoulders from straps. Would love to be a small C cup or even B.

  34. Susan says:

    Can somebody please get this woman’s rack an honorary Harvard degree already?

  35. Blakken says:

    My sister Assistant Edits on the Fox lot, and sees this whole cast walking around quite a bit. She’s commented several times on how minuscule this woman is, like child sized. I also read somewhere that she has to buy size 4s for her boobs, then alter down the rest of the dress. As we know, designer clothes are not vanity sized, so she’s really little. If anything, she’s smaller than a 32 band size, not bigger. I have no idea if “F” is the right cup size, but that seems like it would make her really Dolly Parton looking, if you know what I mean.

  36. Sean says:

    I volunteer to go do the research

  37. Vicky says:

    I usually wear a 34 DD. I just went to a web site on how to measure for a bra. If they are right I should be wearing a 34I!!! I’ve never seen a 34I.

  38. bored says:

    32F is BS. 32 maybe but F would be bigger than my boobs and that would be ridiculous looking on her little frame.

    • LOTRdork says:

      An F cup on a 32 band isn’t as big as it sounds it has the same cup volume as a 34DD, 36D, 38C and so on. Trust me I’m a 32G sometimes a GG depending on the brand and I have a very very small frame but I sure as hell don’t look freakish, just busty. Plus when you wear a bra that actually fits you properly it makes you look smaller

      • Issa says:

        @bored F can=DDD. So its basically larger than a DD. She looks larger than a DD. My grandmother never weighed more than 100 pounds soaking wet and she had DD+, she didn’t look ridiculous. Depends on the frame and the shape of the body. Sophia has the perfect body to match her boobs.

  39. Jennifer12 says:

    I’m 36D with an effort to stay there- any weight can turn me into a 42DD in 5 seconds and I **hate** it more than anything. People are too obsessed with size and those of us who have big chests don’t necessarily love it. I’d get a reduction if I had the nerve or the money.

  40. Alexis says:

    If she is a 32 F, then the sizing is off once you get to a 32 inches around. Because I have seen girls who say they are 32 DD (Sash Suicide), but they seem small to me.

  41. gameshowwife says:

    “F” is not an American size. You go from a DDD to a “G”. I believe they have “F” in British sizes. French go to DDDD.

  42. Alexis says:

    38F however…now that is huge.

  43. IzzyB says:

    32A and proud! Sorry, big boobs get all the attention, mine felt left out.

    The “look at my huge boobs” thing is getting old. It’s good to like your body but we’ve all noticed them Sofia, maybe focus on something else now.

    • Becky1 says:

      I agree! 34B here (a small B-I can sometimes wear an A depending on the bra size). Ideally, I’d love to be a full 34C but I’m certainly not going to spend lots of money and undergo surgery to get there. There are some advantages to little breasts-I’m almost 40 and my boobs haven’t started to sag yet.

      Yeah-I don’t know why this chick can’t stop talking about her boobs. I have a friend who has very large breasts and it’s not something she feels the need to talk about all the time. On the other hand, I have a co-worker who won’t shut up about her t*ts and all of the attention she gets because of them. She has a close-up shot of her boobs in a bikini that she posted on FB. I think it’s weird-why be so proud of something that you were born with? Having big boobs, a beautiful face, etc. isn’t something you worked hard to achieve…it’s just the luck of the draw. You don’t hear Angelina, Charlize, etc. talking about their beautiful faces.

  44. Issa says:

    Women often over-estimate their band size. Band should actually fit snug but able to slip two fingers underneath the band. Last time I was measured, the lady told me 90% of women wear the wrong band size. She looks like a 32, 34 tops, to me.

  45. Sally says:

    Definitely looks about right to me. As many ladies have said, most people wear a band size that is too big! A natural 32F-G on a smaller gal does look big, but not usually freakish.. just like, “hey, BOOBS!”

  46. Kt says:

    I’m a 34B (actually the saleslady measured me as an A.5) so the only real reason I wear a bra is to control the nips, or occasionally a push-up. Sofia Vergaa definitely has less flub than I do, despite the magnificent ladies, so I’m totally on the 32 train

  47. TheVoice says:

    Good lord, I’d hate to be in the same room with you gals! I have a large ribcage and I can’t even wear a AA. Basically I don’t even need to wear a bra – I do, only so it doesn’t look like I’m smuggling raisins! Jonah Hill has bigger boobs than I do. I’d feel like a boy next to you curvy women. It’s extremely hard finding clothes for flat-chested women – all that extra fabric flapping about that chest area is embarrassing!

  48. Janet says:

    You know nothing of how bra sizing works. Cup size means nothing without band size. The two work hand in hand. A 28DD is the same as a 30D is the same as a 32C is the same as a 34B. Sophia definitely is NOT a 36. Perhaps you should educate yourself more on correct size and fitting (you do NOT add +4/5 to your underbust to find your band size) by doing a little research. Might I suggest you start with fuller figure fuller bust, a sophisticated pair, curvy wordy…etc. blogs. And keep the misguided information that the media portrays a DDD is HUGE!, to the ones that do not know what they are talking about. A 30DDD is very small. If you don’t believe me, look the bra size up and physically check it out.