Size Guide

**Please Note: The size chart are general guidelines to helping you find your size. Exact measurements will vary with each style.


  1. Start by removing your top and bra. Place the tape measure directly below your bust, ensuring it’s level and snug. Round to the nearest whole number. If the number is even, add four inches. If the number is odd, add five inches. This will become your ‘band number’ (eg the 34 in 34D).
  2. Wrap the measuring tape loosely around the fullest part of your chest, at nipple level. Round to the nearest whole number. This will become your bust measurement.
  3. Subtract your band size from your bust size. If there is a difference of zero inches, your cup size is AA. If there is a difference of one inch your cup size is an A. For every increase in inch difference you go up a cup size.


  1. Start by removing your clothing or raising your shirt to just below your chest. The tape measure will need to be against your bare stomach to offer accurate information.
  2. Using your fingers, find your waist by placing your thumbs at the base of your rib cage and your index fingers at the top of your hips. Your waist will be the narrowest part of your torso.
  3. Stand up straight, exhale slowly, and bring the measuring tape from your navel around your body to connect at the front. The tape should be parallel to the floor and fit snugly around your torso without digging in.
  4. Write down the number at the meeting point of the measuring tape. This is your waist measurement.


  1. Stand in front of a full length mirror in just your underwear. This will help ensure your tape doesn’t twist. Place your feet together, toes facing forward.
  2. Find the widest part of your hips and place your measuring tape in the middle of this point by securing it with your thumb on the side of your hip.
  3. Bring the tape around your back to join at the starting point. The tape should be level to ensure it records your bottom measurements too, and snug but not digging in. If you can fit more than one finger under the joined tape, it’s too loose.
  4. Record the number at the meeting point of the tape. This is your hip measurement.