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HOW TO MEASURE
Bust
How To Measure - Your bra size is comprised of two parts: your BAND SIZE and your CUP SIZE. For best results, measure yourself wearing on unlined or lightly lined bra.
- BAND SIZE -
  • Using a soft tape-measure tightly around your ribcage directly below your bust, resting the tape on the lower band of your bra. Make sure the tape is snug and straight, in front and back.
  • Add +5 to this measurement to obtain your band size.
    (i.e. If your ribcage measurement is 30" + (5) = 35" band size.)
  • - CUP SIZE -
    • loosely measure around the fullest part of the bust, making sure the tape is straight and not too tight. Each inch of difference equals one cup size. For example, if your band size is 34" and your bust measures 36", you wear a B cup (2" = B).t.
  • Each inch of difference between this measurement and your BAND size equals the cup size.

    (i.e. If your band size is 35" and your bust measurement is 37", you wear "B" cup.)
  • - IF THE DIFFERENCE IS -
  • Less than 1 inch = AA cup
  • 1 inch = A cup
  • 2 inch = B cup
  • 3 inch = C cup
  • 4 inch = D cup
  • 5 inch = DD cup

  • Waist
    Measure around your natural waistline, being the smallest part

    Low Waist
    Measure approximately 2" below the natural waistline or 2 fingers below the navel. This measurement applies to all of our pants and shorts. It is also used for any skirt that sits below the navel.

    Hip
    Measure around the fullest part of your hip

    FITTING YOUR CORSET

    Grab a tape measure cause you'll need it! You would measure for your corset like you would measure the bandwidth for your bra. Fitting Your Band Size
    Standing in front of a mirror, wrap your tape measure snugly around your chest, just under or at the crease beneath your breasts and flush against your back. Check in the mirror to make sure the tape measure is parallel to the floor and flat across your back.

    You may need a friend or partner to help. Record this measurement in inches and write it down. Now you’ll need to do some basic math to find your proper band size.

    If the number is even, add 4 to get your Band Size If the number is odd, add 5 to get your Band Size Example: If you wrote down 32, add 4 and your band size will be 36, this will also be your corset size. If you have a DD cup size or above you would go one size larger.

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