How to Measure Your Bra Size
These size charts have been designed so that you can avoid the frustration of ordering the wrong-sized Bras. Your bra size consists of two things:
1. The number indicates your bra band size and corresponds to the circumference just below the chest.
2. The letter represents your cup size and corresponds to the dimension where you are at its largest. Because our bras are very elastic, the cup size is fixed in relation to the bra band size and you should not measure it but go up in size if your bust does not fit.
Step 1: Determine Your Band Size
While braless or wearing a non-padded bra, use a measuring tape to measure around your torso directly under your bust, where a bra band would sit. Try and keep a relaxed but straight posture. It is best to measure yourself in front of a mirror. The tape should be level and very snug. Round to the nearest whole number.
Step 2: Take Your Bust Measurement
Wrap the measuring tape somewhat loosely around the fullest part of your chest (at nipple level). Round to the nearest whole number.
Size Guide Chart
|Measurement (cm)||Measurement under your bust (cm)||Our Size|
*Note that there is no XXXL for the Comfort model.