Should you require assistance in finding your size feel free to email us your measurements – Bust, Under bust, Waist and Hips in either inches or cm’s and we will email you our recommendation.
There are two elements to your bra size; the band size (ie. 32, 34, 36 or 10, 12, 14) and cup size (ie. A, B, C). You will need a measuring tape to determine your bra size.
Band size: Using a soft tape-measure, measure around the rib-cage directly under the bust. Be sure the tape is smooth across the back and level with the front. If the resulting band size is an odd number like 33″, you can usually go to the next even band size (34″).
Cup size: Measure loosely around the fullest part of your bust, holding the tape measure straight but not tight. Subtract your band size from this measurement. The result would be YOUR REGULAR BRA SIZE. If the difference is less than 1 inch = AA Cup
1 inch = A cup ~ 2 inches = B cup ~ 3 inches = C cup ~ 4 inches = D cup ~ 5 inches = DD cup ~ 6 inches = E cup etc
For example: Say you have a under-bust measure of 33.5 inches and an a bust measure of 36.5 inches. Since 36.5 – 33.5 = 3, Your cup size would be a C. Since your under bust measurement of 33.5 we round up to 34, giving you a band size of 34. So this would make your bra size a 34C.
While this method is generally reliable, every woman’s figure is different and results may vary slightly. We recommend that you try several sizes and styles to find the fit that works best for you.
Tips: It is best not to wear a padded, push up or minimizer bra when taking measurements. As this will alter the measurements and not give a true sizing.