Size Guide

A daily struggle with straps slipping off and red marks on your body is a sign that you are wearing an ill-fitted bra. This not only makes you feel uncomfortable, it can also cause heath problems like backache, neck and shoulder aches, headaches and also contribute to bad posture.

If all the above reminds you of that feeling, now is the time to make that phone call to us. At Camilla's Lingerie we pride ourselves in promising to fit you with the best size and style of bra that suits and flatters your shape.

Regardless of what the tape measure says your under-band to be, always remember every bra fits differently. Every style within the same brand will give a different look beneath your outfit. The style of bra, the fabric, the shape of your bust and, of course, your own chosen preference will make a big difference.

Below is a rough guide as to how to measure yourself.

Step 1: Under-band measurement
Stand in front of the mirror, wearing no bra. Measure around your ribcage, just below where your bra sits rounded to the nearest whole number. This is your band measurement.

Step 2: Bust measurement
Measure around your back and the fullest part of your breast. This is your cup measurement. 

Step 3: Cup size
To calculate the cup size, subtract Step 2 from Step 1. Every inch is a cup size up. For example, 1 inch equals an A cup, 2 inches equals B cup etc. 

For example:

Step 1: 32 inches 

Step 2: 36 inches

Step 3: 36 inches - 32 inches = 4 inches. This equals Cup size D

Your size is 32D

This is just a guideline and not the correct way to have your self fitted. Remember actual size can only be determined by trying on the item! We highly recommend you contact us to book an appointment.