Lingerie guide

How can you be sure you find the perfect fit?

If your size is between two different sizes, we suggest that if you like lingerie that is tighter to your body, that you choose the smaller size. But if you opt for more comfort, choose the larger number!.

he important thing is not the numbers, but how you will feel, and we want you to feel beautiful!

Here’s how to get the perfect measurements at home, so that you can find the right size of shapewear using our fit guides. All you need is a tape measure and a pen and paper (or your phone) to record your measurements. Let’s get started!

How to Measure Your Waist

Without any clothes on, wrap a measuring tape around your midsection. There are two ways to find your waist: The fleshy part between your ribs and hips will be at navel level or just above. Lean to the side with your hands on your hips. Your waist is that spot on your side that folds inwards.

How to Measure Your Bra Size

Ideally done without a bra on, wrap the measuring tape around your torso to the fullest part of your breasts - make sure the tape is covering your nipple area.
Cup sizes are determined by calculating the difference between over bust (where the bust is the fullest) and under bust measurements. For example: Over bust 85 cm and under bust 70 cm gives the difference of 15 cm, which gives a B-cup