To help you find the right size, we offer a detailed size guide for each ready-to-wear product on our website. In the description of each item you will find a size chart indicating the key measurements for each available size.


The sizing system is designed to accommodate different cup sizes with one bra, thanks to its adaptable structure. If you're looking for a specific cup size, this system allows the bra to adjust to your precise shape, providing a more custom and comfortable fit.

If you see your size listed among the sizes, it corresponds to the size of your BRA size.


Sister sizes for bras are a concept used to find a bra that fits when the cup fits well but the band does not, or vice versa. It’s based on the idea that volume is constant across different band sizes. For example, if you decrease the band size, you must go up a cup size to maintain the same cup volume. Conversely, if you increase the band size, you must go down a cup size.

To find a sister size with a smaller band, you decrease the band size by one interval (e.g., from 34 to 32) and go up one cup size (e.g., from B to C). To find a sister size with a larger band, you increase the band size by one interval (e.g., from 34 to 36) and go down one cup size (e.g., from B to A).

This system helps you find a bra that better fits your body’s shape and size, especially if you find a bra that fits perfectly in the cups but is too tight or too loose around the band. Remember, sister sizing is a starting point for finding a better fit and may require further adjustments based on the specific bra design and personal comfort.


If you are not sure which size to choose, we recommend that you take your measurements by following these simple steps:


Full Bust= Measure directly over the nipple area, keep the tape tight enough to keep it from sliding.

Underbust = Measure snugly around the ribcage, directly under the bust. Snug but not too tight.

Waist: Find the narrowest part of your waist, usually above your belly button and below your ribs.
Hips: Measure around the fullest part of your pelvis, keeping the tape measure parallel to the floor.