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Fitting Yourself

Band Size Measurement:

To determine your band size measurement, you will need two simple things: A soft measuring tape and a non-padded bra. Wearing your non-padded bra, stand in front of the mirror and bring the measuring tape horizontally across your back at band level. Bring the tape around to the front, ensuring it is under your arms and just below your bust line. Write down the measurement.

Tips:

Woman measuring her band size.
  • Did you get an odd or half number? Round down to the nearest number
  • Remember to keep your arms down and your elbows in while measuring. If your arms are raised, your ribs will be expanding and this will give you a higher measurement and thus, a looser band

Bust Size Measurement:

Using the soft measuring tape, measure completely around the fullest part of the bust. Be careful that the tape isn't too tight and binding or too loose and pulled away from the body. With the tape in position, take a breath in and out, allowing it to slide to its most comfortable fit.

Woman measuring her bust size.

Tips:

  • If the measurement falls on a half inch, round up.
  • It may help to lean forward while you measure.
  • In most cases, the fullest part of the breast will be the nipple.

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Sizing & Conversion

Cup Size Measurement:

To determine your cup size, take your bust measurement and subtract your band measurement. Each inch represents a cup size. For example: If your band measurement is 34 inches and your bust measurement is 35 inches, the difference is one inch, and your cup size will be an A. If your band measurement is 34 inches and your bust measurement is 37 inches, the difference is three inches, and your cup size is C.

Tip:

BUST - BAND = CUP SIZE
Difference
(in Inches)
Your Cup Size
<1"
AA Cup
1" A Cup
2" B Cup
3" C Cup
4" D Cup
5" DD Cup

International Size Conversion:

Australia / NZ USA / Canada UK / India Europe / China / Japan France / Spain Belgium
8A 30A 30A 65B 80B
8B 30B 30B 65C 80C
8C 30C 30C 65D 80D
8D 30D 30D 65E 80E
8DD 30DD 30DD 65F 80F
8E 30DDD 30E 65G 80G
10A 32A 32A 70B 85B
10B 32B 32B 70C 85C
10C 32C 32C 70D 85D
10D 32D 32D 70E 85E
10DD 32DD 32DD 70F 85F
10E 32DDD 32E 70G 85G
10F 32F 32F 70H 85H
10G 32G 32G 70I 85I
12A 34A 34A 75B 90B
12B 34B 34B 75C 90C
12C 34C 34C 75D 90D
12D 34D 34D 75E 90E
12DD 34DD 34DD 75F 90F
12E 34DDD 34E 75G 90G
12F 34F 34F 75H 90H
12G 34G 34G 75I 90I
14A 36A 36A 80B 95B
14B 36B 36B 80C 95C
14C 36C 36C 80D 95D
14D 36D 36D 80E 95E
14DD 36DD 36DD 80F 95E
14E 36DDD 36E 80G 95G
14F 36F 36F 80H 95H
14G 36G 36G 80I 95I
16B 38B 38B 85C 100C
16C 38C 38C 85D 100D
16D 38D 38D 85E 100E
16DD 38DD 38DD 85F 100F
16E 38DDD 38E 85G 100G
16F 38F 38F 85H 100H
16G 38G 38G 85I 100I
18B 40B 40B 90C 105C
18C 40C 40C 90D 105D
18D 40D 40D 90E 105E
18DD 40DD 40DD 90F 105F
18E 40DDD 40E 90G 105G
18F 40F 40F 90H 105H
18G 40G 40G 90I 105I
20B 42B 42B 95C 110C
20C 42C 42C 95D 110D
20D 42D 42D 95E 110E
20DD 42DD 42DD 95F 110F
20E 42DDD 42E 95G 110G
20F 42F 42F 95H 110H
20G 42G 42G 951 110I
22B 44B 44B 100C 115C
22C 44C 44C 100D 115D
22D 44D 44D 100E 115E
22DD 44DD 44E 100F 115F
22E 44DDD 44E 100G 115G
22F 44F 44F 100H 115H
22G 44G 44G 100I 115I

note: if you need any assistance ensuring you the right size, please contact our store for a personalized sizing appointment!

Intimates Care Guide

Hands hand washing clothing

Underwired Garments:

All underwired garments need the same care when washing – this includes bras, swimwear and strappy tops! We recommend that you hand wash these items as machine washing can shrink the fabric, misshape the wires and cause them to push through the fabric. If the wires come out of the garment completely they can cause considerable damage to your washing machine, which can be costly to fix. Good news for your repair man, but definitely not for you! We also recommend that you dry your underwired garments away from direct heat, as radiators and tumble dryers can also damage and degrade the wires.

Lingerie:

To keep your intimates in tiptop condition, we recommend that you hand wash it. It is best to use cool water when you are hand washing as hot water can damage delicate fabrics like lace, embroidery, bindings and elastic. Using cool water will help keep the garments colour and will prevent white fabrics from going grey.

Nightwear:

Most of our nightwear is machine washable. To keep your nightwear in the best condition, always follow the washing and ironing instructions on the label inside the garment as it always depends on the type of fabric the nightwear is made of. Bobbles may appear on garments whose fibres clump together due to repeated rubbing. To avoid bobbling, we recommend using washing liquid and choosing a delicate cycle with a gentle spin-dry. You can also put clothing in a pillowcase before washing. Use a sweater comb to delicately remove bobbles should they appear.

Swimwear:

You can prolong the life of your swimwear and help protect it against the damaging effects of chlorine, perspiration and suntan lotion by rinsing it out in cool water immediately after you have used it. You should avoid using fabric conditioner as this breaks down Lycra and degrades swimwear. Remember that most swimwear does not offer protection against the harmful effects of the sun and you can still get burnt through your swimwear if you don't have sun protection on underneath it. So make sure you apply your suntan lotion all over before you bask in the sun – we recommend that you apply it half an hour before putting your swimwear on, as lotions can stain the fabric.

Laundering Guide:

Most garments come with washing instructions printed, but below you will find some general guidelines to help you preserve the life of your favourite underwear. We recommend to always hand wash your intimates, as this will lengthen the life of them.

Jersey Knits - Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low. Do not iron if decorated.

COTTON - Machine wash warm. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry medium. Iron medium

COTTON/SPANDEX - Machine wash warm. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low. Do not iron.

COTTON/POLYESTER - Machine wash warm. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low. Do not iron.

NYLON/TRICOT - Machine wash cold. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low. Do not iron. Do not use fabric softener.

POLYESTER/SPANDEX - Machine wash warm. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry medium. Do not iron.

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