Confused on Size?
Check out our fit guide
Use our simple size chart to translate your current bra size (i.e. 34C into our S-3XL sizing) or follow the easy steps below to measure yourself for the perfect fit!
Things to note:
- In general, you will likely wear one size larger than your 'normal', pre-pregnancy size.
- Most people will fit into two sizes depending on how newly postpartum they are and how much compression they prefer. When in doubt, size up!
- The small is quite small. Unless your pre-pregnancy size is XXS or XS, you should size up to a medium,
- If your current cup size is larger than a DDD/F the bra will fit great, but the support will be closer to a medium impact vs high impact.
If you have any questions on sizing, feel reach out to us a email@example.com or DM us on IG @jenandkeri.
Find your waistband measurement
Measure around the rib cage just under your bust (where a normal bra band would sit.) Make sure the measuring tape is snug. This is your band measurement and should be your priority when choosing a size.
Find your bust measurement
Using the same measuring tape, measure at the fullest part of your breast. Be sure to keep the measuring tape snug and parallel to the floor all the way around your body.
Put it all together
Using these two numbers, consult our sizing chart to find the perfect fit! Remember, this bra is supposed to be compressive for high impact activity. If you prefer less compression, size up. Like more compression? Size down!