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Fréolic Lingerie Size Chart

It is not always perfectly accurate for everyone to use the following method, but it should put you on the right track to choosing the size that is right for you. When measuring you should remaining standing and not wear a bra if possible, this just allows for more accurate sizing.

STEP 1: MEASURE YOUR UNDER BUST

Using a soft tape measure you need to take a measurement around your rib cage, snugly, just beneath your breasts, where your bra would sit. Ensure the tape measure lies flat all the way around. Note this measurement down.

STEP 2: MEASURE YOUR OVER BUST

With the tape measure take the measurement of the fullest part of your bust, this is usually over your nipples. Ensure the tape is straight all the way around the body and note this measurement down also.

BRA BAND TABLE

Underbust Measurment 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Underband Size 30 30 30 32 32 32 34 34 34 36 36 36 38 38

 

STEP 3: UNDER BAND SIZE

Use the table above to find your under band size by looking at the under bust measurement you noted and checking the corresponding under band size.

STEP 4: CALCULATING CUP SIZE

To calculate your cup size, you should take your over bust measurement and then subtract your under band measurement. In general, for every inch difference, the cup increases by a size. Find the conversion Chart below to help you.

CUP CONVERSION TABLE

Difference between Overbust and Underband Size 0″-1/2″ 1/2″-1″ 2″ 3″ 4″ 5″ 6″ 7″
Cup Size AA A B C D DD E F

 

EXTRA USEFUL FITTING TIPS:

  1. If you are finding there is too much space in the cups then you will want to go down a cup size.
  2. If you find your are spilling over the top of the bra, more then you may want to try a bigger cup size.
  3. If the band feels too tight whilst the cups fit, try a back size larger (you will also need to go down a cup size to keep the volume here the same).
  4. You want to ensure your wires at the centre front lie flat against the breastbone, whilst the underarm wires sit behind and not on your breast.
  5. When trying bras, always lift your breasts lightly into the bra to fill the cups to ensure your breasts are evenly distributed in the cup.
  6. Always adjust your straps to enhance the fit of your bra.
  7. You want to start wearing your bra on the loosest hook setting, as over time the elastics will stretch slightly, so this ensures you can tighten bra as required to prolong the bra’s lifespan.

The following chart can assist you with finding which sizes to choose should you have any issues. All the sizes in the same row of the chart have the same cup volume. So for instance if you were wearing a 34B and found it tight in the under band you could try a 36A, and the cups would still fit the same.

SISTER SIZE CHART

30B 32A      
30C 32B 34A    
30D 32C 34B 36A  
30DD 32D 34C 36B 38A
  32DD 34D 36C 38B
    34DD 36D 38C
      36DD 38D

 

SIZING CHART FOR BRIEF ETC:

Size XS S M L
Bust 32 34 36 38
Waist 24 26 28 30
High Hip 32 34 36 38
Low Hip 35 37 39 41
UK 6-8 8-10 10-12 12-14
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