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Fitting Guide

Your shapewear size is determined by your waist and hip sizes.

WAIST SIZE is taken by placing the tape measure snugly around the smallest part of your waist, following your body's natural indentation. If you're not sure where your smallest part is located, bend to the side to find it.

HIP SIZE is taken, while standing with your legs together, by placing the tape measure around the fullest part of your hips. This should be approximately 7" below your waist. The two sizes taken together determine the size of the garment. (See the Shapewear Size Chart below.)
 

Shapewear Size Chart
Average Sizes
Waist Hips
Small (10) 25-26" 35-36"
Medium (12) 27-28" 37-38"
Large (14) 29-30" 39-40"
X Large (16) 31-32" 41-42"
XX Large (18) 33-34" 43-44"
Fuller Figure Waist Hips
1X (18) 33-34" 43-44"
2X (20) 35-36" 45-46"
3X (22) 37-38" 47-48"
4X (24) 39-40" 49-50"
5X (26) 41-42" 51-52"
 

 

Camisoles (moulded cups)
Bodybriefers
 
If you're a Try a
34B or 34C Medium
36B or 36C Large
38C or 38D X-Large
40C or 40D 2X-Large
If your bra's
band size is
And your
bottom half is a
Try a
34 Large 36B
36 Large 38B
38 Large 36D
 

 

Bras

BAND SIZE is taken by placing the tape measure around your torso, right underneath your breasts. Make sure that it lies flatly against your back and on a horizontal line all the way around your body. Pull it snugly to get an accurate measurement. Round the result, up or down, to the nearest whole inch.

Examples: If your measurement is 29 3/8”, round down to 29”;
If your measurement is 29 ½”, round up to 30”


Add 5” to the rounded measurement.

The result is your band size.

Examples: 29” + 5” = 34” band size; 30” + 5” = 35” band size


When the resulting band size is an odd number, place the tape measure flatly around your back and chest, directly under your arms. Use the evenly-numbered measurement closest to this result as your band size. This number should be 1” above or below the oddly-numbered band size.

CUP SIZE is taken by placing the tape measure around your back and across the fullest part of your breasts. Again, make sure that it lies on a horizontal line all the way around your body. But this time, be careful not to pull it too tightly. Round the result, up or down, to the nearest whole inch as you did to find your band size. Then, subtract your band size from this rounded measurement. The difference corresponds to your alphabetic cup size. (See the Cup Size Chart below.)

There are many different combinations of band sizes and cup sizes, so you should always try bras on before you buy them to make sure they fit properly and feel comfortable. Consult the Crossover Bra Size Chart below to see band and cup size combinations that are similar to one another. Bra sizes that appear in the same column are close substitutes for each other, and should be tried on when looking for a more comfortable alternative to a particular size.

Cup Size Chart
Crossover Bra Size Chart
 
A B C D DD DDD
1 2 3 4 5 6
32B 34B 36B 38B 40B 42B - - - - -
- 32C 34C 34C 38C 40C 42C 44C - - -
- - 32D 34D 36D 38D 40D 42D 44D - -
- - - 32DD 34DD 36DD 38DD 40DD 42DD 44DD 46DD
- - - - 32DDD 34DDD 36DDD 38DDD 40DDD 42DDD 44DDD
 

 

Body Wrap Fitting Guide
Fitting Guide for Body Wrap