Our stunning collection certainly gives you plenty of choice and options. Using our handy tips and following our size guide, you'll find the perfect lingerie for your shape as well as your personal style.
- >Checking you've got the right fit
- >How to measure yourself
- >Different styles of bras available
- >Common solutions & problems
Up to 80% of women are wearing the wrong sized bra so if your bra is nipping, pinching or is genrally uncomfortable, then you may be in the wrong bra size. Try pur simple checklist for getting the right fit:
- The wires in the middle of your chest should sit flat and securely against your rib cage in the crease of your bust.
- Wires should cradle the breast tissue - never press against it. Your bra should support, not cause discomfort.
- Breasts should not bulge out of the cup either at the top or at the side and, equally, the cup should not gape.
- The band should sit horizontally across your back in line with the wires at the front.
- Adjust the length of your straps to give support but they should be comfortable.
Our guide to measuring your breasts will help you to find the right bra for you
- Find your band by measuring around your ribcage just below your breast tissue, the tape should be snug but don't pull too tight.
- If this measurement is an even number add 4 to give your back size, if this is an odd number add 5. For example if you measure 28 inches, add 4 to get 32 or if you measure 31 inches add 5 to get a back size of 36.
- Measure around the fullest part of your breasts, again don't pull the tape too tight.
- Calculate your cup size by working out the difference between this measurement and your back size. If your bust measure 1 inch more than your back size this is an A cup. 2 inches more is = B cup, 3 inches more = C cup and so on.