Finding Your Best Fit
The majority of your support should come from a snug fit in the band. Cups should sit smoothly, with no puckering or digging in. Seamed fabric cups provide lift and support via their seams, as well as a more flexible fit in the cups. For your best fit, loose or wrinkled fabric means going down a cup size. Overspilling at the neckline or sides means going up a cup size. Each breast should be fully encased by the cup and the wires should never sit on the breasts. The centre front of the bra (the bridge or the "gore") should sit gently against your ribcage - if it's floating away, try a larger cup size.
Need a tighter band but have the right cup size? Go down a band size and up a letter. Need a looser band but have the right cup size? Go up a band size and down a letter. Have questions? Get in touch, we love to help with this stuff!
We use the UK sizing system for our underwire bras and bralettes.
XS - 30A/B, 32A
S - 32B/C, 34A/B
M - 32D, 34C, 36A/B
L - 32E, 34D, 36C
XL - 34E, 36D
GARTER BELT FIT
Measurements should be taken at the natural waist. If you are in-between sizes, or prefer a more relaxed fit, we recommend sizing up.
XS - 23-24” Waist
S - 25-26" Waist
M - 27-28" Waist
L - 29-30" Waist
XL - 31-32” Waist
Measurements should be taken over the fullest part of your low hip.
S - sizes 2/4 - 35/36" Hips
M - 4/6 - 37/38" Hips
L - 8/10 - 39-40" Hips
XL - 12/14 - 41-42" Hips
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Please hand wash garments in lukewarm water with gentle detergent. Lay flat to dry. Use a gentle silk wash on silk garments.
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