Going by the Size Guide, if you’re in between sizes, we recommend ordering up.

Without a reliable set of industry standards, sizing can feel like a gamble from brand to brand - leaving it to you to order, try, return, repeat. And we don’t love that for you. We're here to guide you to the right size first.

Size chart

How to Measure?

80% of women are wearing the wrong bra size. Here’s How you can measure to make sure you get the fit and Comfort that’s right for you!


Let's get started: Band size

To find your band size, measure snuggly around your ribcage, just beneath your bust line.If your measurement is an odd number add 5 inches.If your measurement is an even number add 4 inches.

Example: If you measure 29” add 5” = your band width is 34”.

Size Chart


Cup Size

To find your cup size, loosely measure around the fullest part of your bust.
Keep the measuring tape parallel to the floor. Subtract this number from your band size.
Example: If your bust measures 37” and your band size measures 34”, that is a 3” difference so you are a size C cup

Size Chart


Band size
Cup B Cup C Cup D
32 23-28 28-30 30-32 S
34 29-30 34-35 36-37 37-38 M
36 31-32 36-37 38-39 39-41 M
38 33-40 38-39 40-41 42-45 L


Size Waist Hip
S 24-27 35-38”
M 27-30 39-40”
L 30-34 41-42”
XL 34-38 43-47”

Still feel unsure? Just go to our detailed blog about determining your bra size!

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