Use this sizing chart as a guide and if in need- email firstname.lastname@example.org for help, please provide your measurements with your enquiry. We sell our bikinis separately so that you can get the fit you need. Note the discrepancies between styles and try to choose the right style for your needs, whether that be coverage, support or impact!
ARIEL: A fairly skimpy triangle bra, straps are adjustable and cups are curved, but if you are looking for more support or coverage, try the AVA.
AVA: The elastic band on these styles gives the bust more support and the cup itself has more coverage, compared with the ARIEL.
DELTA: This cute halter style gives more coverage through the décolletage, but less so on the side-boob! The ties at neck and back mean it is more accommodating for different sizes and fit.
SIREN: Sits low across the hips and can be pulled a little at the sides, whatever is comfortable. No need to take waist size into account for these.
ATHENA: Super flattering and comfortable style. Not quite at true waist and no elastic on top for a softer fit. Flattering cheeky bum at back but full coverage for stomach area.
VENUS: These run small. The top elastic on these should sit true waist so take special note of waist measurement. The elastic is pretty tight fitting, consider this when choosing your size. If you're not a fan of it being tight, or you're on the cusp- we recommend going up a size.
HOW TO MEASURE YOURSELF
Use a tape measure to measure yourself, holding the tape firmly around the 3 key points - Bust, Waist & Hips.
To achieve an accurate measurement we recommend you take these measurements whilst wearing minimal clothing - or even better, nothing at all!
BUST: Take the tape measure and run it across the fullest part of your bust, all the way around your body.
UNDERBUST: This is directly under your bust.
WAIST: The smallest part of your midsection. The true-waist refers to the part where it dips in the most, but do not pull the tape too tight - remember to be able to breathe!
HIPS: The widest part of your hips. Make sure to keep the tape straight.