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80% OF WOMEN WEAR THE WRONG BRA SIZE

Like me (Louise), you probably tried the smallest band size in store with the smallest cup size, which is a 10A in Australia or 32A in some other countries, and still find it is TOO BIG. So you look online for a smaller cup size: 32AA.

But here's something you probably didn't know. Cup size is NOT THE SAME as cup volume.Yes, you need a cup with smaller volume but that doesn't mean you need a smaller 'cup size'. Sounds confusing doesn't it?

Bra size is determined first by your band size e.g. 32, 34, 36 etc. These are the common band sizes in store. Next is your cup size which depends entirely on the difference between your underbust and bust measurement. So if you start with the wrong underbust measurement, you will get the WRONG CUP SIZE.

Another thing you didn't know, a D cup size is not necessarily bigger in cup volume than an A cup.For example, the cup volume in a 30D is the same as a 32C, which is the same as a 34B and the same as a 36A!!!

This is the correct way to find your bra sizing and it will change your life!

1. Find your underbust measurement in inches

2. Find your leaning bust measurement in inches

3. Your cup size is your leaning bust minus your underbust. So if you got 28 underbust and 32 leaning bust then the difference is 4. the 4th letter in the alphabet is D, you are a 28D.

IMPORTANT:

- For your bust measurement, make sure it you are leaning over 90 degrees when you take this measurement. This will imitate the support your chest will receive in a bra. If you measure standing up, gravity is pulling your bust down and your measurement will be smaller than what it should be. You're not actually that small!

WHAT IS A "SMALL CHEST"?

Our swimsuits are catered to small chests which is 1-4 inch difference between your underbust and bust measurement.

E.g. 30" underbust and 31" bust (1" difference)
E.g. 28" underbust and 32" bust (4" difference)

If you are 5-6 inch difference, we recommend you sizing up one size.

E.g. 30" underbust and 36" bust (6" difference) we recommend sizing up from size S to size M.

Unfortunately our swimsuits are not flattering for chests with 7+ inch difference.
That is what makes our swimsuits so special, they are genuinely designed with the small chested women in mind.

BUYING THE FIO BIKINI?

The FIO has a thick band with less stretch so runs a bit small. If you are towards the upper range of a size or prefer a more relaxed fit then we recommend that you size up.

XXS: 60cm band (68cm max stretch)
XS: 64cm band (74cm max stretch)
S: 67cm band (77cm max stretch)
M: 71cm band (81cm max stretch)
L: 76cm band (86cm max stretch)
XL: 81cm band (91cm max stretch)

STILL UNSURE? CONTACT US

LOU Swim is all about finding the swimsuit that finally fits! So please don't hesitate to contact us if you are still unsure about sizing. Please send us your underbust, waist and hip measurements (and height, if you are after a one-piece) at info@louswim.com and we will be happy to help!

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