We hear you, size guides can be a little annoying. But since your body changes constantly during pregnancy and after, it’s worth going that extra mile: use a measuring tape and write down your precise numbers. Then compare it to our chart. You will not regret it!
Besides, ordering the right size helps us to reduce returns and exchanges, which in return reduces our carbon footprint. So, let’s make you feel amazing and at the same time leave a clean planet for our kids. Deal? Ok. Let’s go.
Wear a normal bra - no push up, no tighter, not padded – on the loosest hock.
Stand in front of a mirror with your feet parallel to the floor.
Step 2 - The Underband
Take a deep breath in and out.
Measure your body underneath your breasts, right below your bust at the front and shoulder blades at the back. Keep the tape parallel to the floor.
Try not to pull too tightly, the tapeline should sit snug around your chest.
Write down your result.
Step 3 - The BustWrap the tapeline around the fullest part of your bust, usually that’s over your nipple (very often one breast is fuller than the other, that’s totally normal, we are humans. Measure the fuller breast).
Round the measurement up to the nearest whole number. For example, if you measure 95,7cm, round up to 96 cm (37,6’’ round up to 38’’).
In case you are between two sizes, the bra might not look like in the pictures. But the most important thing is that you feel good and comfortable. Choose the smaller size if you want it more snug, go for the bigger size if you want it rather lose.
And if you have any additional questions or need extra help finding your size, get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org