Find Your True Fit Without Sacrificing Value
While bra fit is based on personal preference, our aim is to help you find the best fit for your body from our wide selection of intimates. We believe that you don’t need to sacrifice comfort or quality for value. Use our reference chart to find your bra size. If you decide to go up a band size we recommend going down a cup size, and vice versa (For example a size 36DD is equivalent to a 38D or 34DDD).
To find your under bust measurement, wrap the measuring tape below the bust. For an odd number measurement (in inches), round up to the closest even number; that will be your band size. We recommend wearing an unpadded bra for a more accurate measurement.
To determine your cup size, wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part of your breast. The difference from this number and the band size will be your cup size.
A cup = 1 inch difference
B cup = 2 inch difference
C cup = 3 inch difference
D cup = 4 inch difference
DD cup = 5 inch difference
DDD cup = 6 inch difference
Please note that at home measurements may vary from person to person and style to style.
We have created a list to help you troubleshoot fit issues to achieve a perfect fit at an affordable price.
Straps that are too loose or dig in, indicate the need to adjust or tighten the straps. If the straps continue to dig in after adjustment, you may need to increase your cup size.
Bands that are too tight can be adjusted by loosening the hook-and-eye or you may opt for a bra with wider wings. A band that is lower on the back may mean you need to use the tightest hook or opt for a smaller band size.
Bands that are too loose and ride up may indicate the need to tighten the straps or opt for a smaller band size.Gaping indicates the need for a smaller cup size. If spillage occurs, you may need to increase your cup