• Bra Fitting Guide

    Follow our step by step guide to find the best fit for you!
    A well fitted bra makes a huge difference - it can help improve your posture, figure and confidence!
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  • To complete the guide...

    1


    Wear your best fitting bra, ideally one which is...

    A similar style to the one you’re buying
    and less than a year old (overtime bras lose elasticity).

    2


    Find a mirror so you can see how your bra fits.

    3


    Answer each question by selecting the option that is most relevant to you.
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  • What size bra are you wearing?
    Underband Size:
    • 30
    • 32
    • 34
    • 36
    • 38
    • 40
    • 42
    • 44
    • 46
    • 48
    • 50
    • 52
    • 54
    Cup Size:
    • AA
    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D
    • DD
    • DDD
    • G
    • H
    • I
  • How do the straps fit?
    Straps should only provide about 20% of the support to your breasts. Your bra should stay in place without need for the straps.
    •  
      They're digging into my shoulders
      TIP - Try Loosening the straps
    •  
      They're secure/comfortable
    •  
      They're loose/slipping off
      TIP - Try tightening the straps
    (TIP - Try loosening the straps)
  • How does your underband fit?
    The underband is the most important part of the bra and provides the majority of support. It should sit straight around the body, feeling firm but comfortable with enough room to fit two fingers underneath it.
    •  
      It's digging in
    •  
      It's firm and comfortable
    •  
      It's riding up my back
  • How do your cups fit?
    It is not uncommon for women to have different sized breasts, when measuring it is important you always fit the larger breast. Your breasts should be fully encased within the cups.
    •  
      There's bulging at the front
    •  
      They're full, with no bulging
    •  
      They're loose with excess fabric
  • How does the wire sit at the front?
    The centre of the bra should sit flat against the chest with the wires fully encasing and sitting around the breasts to provide the correct support and fit.
    •  
      It's digging in
    •  
      It's lifting away
    •  
      It's sitting flat
    •  
      It's slipping down
    •  
      It's crossing over

  • Great news, you're already wearing the correct bra size! You're wearing
    Based on the information you've given us, we recommend you try size...
    A larger cup size is what you need for the wire to sit flat against your chest. You should go up 2 cup sizes to take care of any bulging and digging in. A larger cup size is what you need to take care of any bulging. A smaller cup size is what you need to smooth out any loose gaps and wrinkles. A smaller cup size is what you need for the wire to sit flat against your chest. You should go down 2 cup sizes to smooth out any loose gaps and wrinkles. A larger band size is what you need, but you should also go up a cup size to prevent bulging and digging in. A larger band size is what you need, but you should go down a cup size for a better fit. A larger band size is what you need, but you should also go down 3 cup sizes to smooth out any loose gaps and wrinkles. A larger band size is what you need, but you should also go down a cup size for a better fit. A larger band size is what you need, but you should also go down 2 cup sizes for the wire to sit flat against your chest. A larger band size is what you need, but you should also go down 2 cup sizes to smooth out any loose gaps and wrinkles. A larger band size is what you need. A larger band size is what you need. A larger band size is what you need, but you should also go down a cup size for a better fit. A smaller band size is what you need, but you should also go down a cup size to smooth out any loose gaps and wrinkles. A smaller band size is what you need. A smaller band size is what you need, but you should also go up a cup size for a better fit. A smaller band is all you need. A smaller band size is what you need, but you should also go up 2 cup sizes to take care of any bulging. A smaller band size is what you need, but you should also go up 2 cup sizes to take care of any bulging. A smaller band size is what you need, but you should also go up a cup size for a better fit. A smaller band size is what you need, but you should also go up a cup size for a better fit. A smaller band size is what you need, but you should also go up 3 cup sizes to take care of bulging and digging in. Unfortunately, it seems we don't offer the size we recommended for you.
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