- AUSTRALIAN SIZE GUIDE
- INTERNATIONAL SIZE GUIDE
|BUST||78cm / 30.5in||83cm / 32.5in||88cm / 34.5in||93cm / 36.5in||98cm / 38.5in||103cm / 40.5in|
|WAIST||60cm / 23.5in||65cm / 25.5in||70cm / 27.5in||75cm / 29.5in||80cm / 31.5in||85cm / 33.5in|
|HIPS||86cm / 34in||91cm / 36in||96cm / 38in||101cm / 40in||106cm / 42in||111cm / 44in|
HOW TO MEASURE
BUST - Place one end of the tape measure at the fullest part of your bust and wrap the rest of the tape around your back and under your arms to join back up, keeping the tape parallel to the floor.
WAIST - Your natural waistline is the smallest part of your torso. Place one end of the tape above your belly button and bring the other side of the tape around your back to join up again, keeping the tape parallel to the floor.
HIP - Measure at the widest point of your lower hips and bottom, this is usually your upper thigh area - the tape should run across the middle of your bottom. Make sure your tape is level, parallel with the floor.
The bottoms and triangle styles all run true to Australian standard sizing. The bralette runs small for the Siena, Mia and Peony Collections. If you are a C cup or above, we recommend going up a size. If you are an A-B cup, we recommend keeping your size and extending the adjustable straps. If you are in between sizes on your bottom, we recommend purchasing the size below i.e if you’re in between a size 10 and a 12, we would recommend purchasing the 10 as the tie sides give you flexibility for adjusting to your shape.
If you would like more coverage on the bottom or a slightly higher rise you can try a size up and adjust the tie sides to the tightest fit.
We’ve launched 2 bikini tops and 3 bikini bottoms with plans to launch high waist and fixed side bottoms and other classic style bikini tops in 2021. Our aim is quality of fit, we would love your feedback on our styles so we can adjust our patterns for the next production run.