We love seeing you in-store to give you the best fit experience, but we’ve figured out the secret formula to help you fit yourself at home. Here's a simple how-to.
Put on your best fitting, non-padded bra. Look into the mirror and acknowledge that you look and feel GOOD.
Get out your measuring tape - if you don’t have one, any kind of string and a ruler will also work.
Run the measuring tape around your back, under your arms, and up around the top of your bust (where your cups meet your straps). Exhale. The tape should be as snug as possible without digging. This number, in inches, is your Band Size. If you get an odd number, round up to the next even number.
Run the measuring tape around your back—just under your shoulder blades—and up around the fullest part of your bust. The tape should just skim the bra in front. This is your Bust Measurement.
Subtract to see the difference between your band size measurement and your cup size measurement (if you rounded your band size up to an even number above, use the smaller, odd number for this calculation). The difference in inches corresponds to your cup size.
Or, set up a Virtual Fitting and let us walk you through the process via email!
What about things that are sized S/M/L?
We know there can be a ton of variables when it comes to S/M/L sizing, but we have put a chart to help you find a bralette that loves you back:
Ask an Expert!
Just like with everything else, fit is personal. Not all 34B's (or 32D's, 36A's, or 28G's) are created equal because every woman is different. Have questions? We got you. Check out our Fit FAQ page for some insider info on some of the most common issues we see in our fitting rooms and our Breast Shape Guide for tailored recommendations based on silhouette.