Please note that sizing varies from brand to brand, so we do recommend you take a few minutes to measure your body with this easy guide before committing to a purchase.
Buying a Bra from us
Firstly, please refer to the provided “Measuring Tips” below, then refer to the following chart.
Your under-bust measurement in the chart below will define your band width.
Follow the column underneath your bandwidth to find your bust measurement at its fullest. This is your cup size.
E.g. you have an under-bust measurement of 72cm. That means you’re a 32 band. If your bust at its fullest is 84cm, the cup size is B. So 32B is your cup size.
If you are taking your measurements yourself, use a mirror to make sure the tape measure is parallel to the floor (for horizontal measurements).
Bust at fullest: Wear a supportive but unpadded bra and measure the fullest part of your bust.
Under-bust: On a naked body, place the tape measure around your ribs, just underneath your breasts. To make sure the result is not too tight, breathe in and out while holding at achieved measurement.
Waist: Simply tie a piece of string around your waist where it sits comfortably but not too loose. Measure the length of that string.
High Hip (Briefs and thongs): 10cm down from your natural waistline, where you had your string, measure the circumference of your body there, around your hips while keeping a parallel line to the floor.
Lower hip (Tops and shorts): 20cm down from your natural waistline, measure the circumference of your body there, around your hips while keeping a parallel line to the floor.
For 6-18 sizes please refer to the chart below (all measurements are in cm):