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Determining Your Bra Size

While no method of measuring guarantees a perfect fit for everyone the first time, the chart below is a guide to give you a place to begin. Once you know your size, you can order your UnBra, Cami-Bra, or Tankini (see below for extra measurements for the Tankini).

Women Sizes

Measuring Your Bra Size

#1 Measure rib cage (under breasts). This is your bra size, round up to an even number (32, 34, etc.).

#2 Measure fullest part of bust (best with a bra on).

#3 Use the bust (#2) minus rib cage (#1) to find cup size. Support and cup size are determined by fabric, be sure to look in the correct column below for the fabric you prefer.

Bust minus rib cage measurement Cotton, Cotton/Spandex or Dri-Release® Velour, Lined Cotton/Spandex or Lined Dri-Release®
0 - 1 inch A B
1 - 2 inches B C
2 - 3 inches C D
3 - 5 inches D E
5 - 7 inches E F
7 - 8.5 inches F G
8.5 - 10 inches G H
10 - 11.5 inches H I
11.5 - 13 inches I J
13 - 15.5 inches J K
15.5 - 17 inches K L

If the above method yields a result which is much different from what you are used to, order what makes sense to you. We recommend ordering either your current size or a size between what you wear and what you measure.

Sometimes ordering two different sizes can help you get the right fit more quickly, knowing that one or both can be exchanged or refunded if returned in their original condition. See our return policy.

A fitting guide is included with each purchase to help you fine-tune your fit.

Girl Sizes

Girl sizes are based on rib measurement and age. For many, size runs true to age (i.e. 8 year olds wear size 8). Just as with adults, no one measurement guarantees a perfect fit the first time. The chart at right is a good place to start.

Size Rib Measurement
4 18-20"
6 20-22"
8 23-25"
10 26-28"
12 30"
14 32"

How to Measure for your Made-to-Order Tankini

How to Measure for your Made-to-Order Tankini

  1. Determine your bra size.
  2. Measure from underarm downward for desired side seam length.
  3. Measure around your body at bottom edge of where tank will fall for hip measurement.