I wanted to let you know that many women are wearing incorrect bra sizes, and you are adding to that problem. Your method for measurement is inaccurate. I know because for years, I was stuck in the 36DD that every manufacturer's measurement method (and yours) insisted that I was.
After years of discomfort from the band riding up and the straps digging in, I finally went to a specialty store to get fitted. I am not a 36DD ... I am a 32I by U.S. standard sizing, making me a 32G in European sizing. Your site is intending to promote good breast care. The worst thing that you can do for your breasts is wear an ill-fitting bra. How can you provide measurement methods that give an inaccurate size? Perhaps you should review the measurement technique you are suggesting.
We have posted ONE way of doing a bra measurement that works best for a range of body types but not all body types. We will be adding more information about bra fitting to better suit the needs of a wider sized group of women. Your feedback has been helpful.