Size Guide

Measure, measure, measure! We can not stress this enough. Since not all bras are made the same, please take the time to view the size charts that are available with each brand.
For lingerie to provide the beautiful look and comfort of wearing, it needs to have the size and style chosen best for you. 
The brand size tables on each page will help you to choose the right size. 

For a proper size of panties, measure the circuit of hips and compare the result with the brand size table. 
NOTE: Some European brands run small in the panties so if your unsure, its always best to size up.

Many women have a asymmetrical breasts. No matter the size difference, always choose a size that fits the larger breast. Adjusting for the smaller breast can be done by either adjusting the strap on that side, or inserting some padding.

This is only meant to be a helpful guide. Size can vary depending on manufacturer and breasts shape.

Measure around your rib cage right under your breasts. The measuring tape should be snug but not too tight.
Round to the nearest whole number. If the number is even, add 4". If it’s odd, add 5". Your band size is the sum of this calculation. 
(For example you measured 32", your band size is 36. If you measured 33", your band size is 38.)

Measure the fullest part around your breasts. Do not pull the measuring tape tight.

Subtract the band size from your bust size.
The difference will help determine your cup size.