Measure Me


Do I need a new bra during pregnancy?

Yes, most likely. Like the rest of your body, your breasts are changing too, becoming bigger and more sensitive to the touch. Chalk up this metamorphosis to hormonal shifts, weight gain, an expanding rib cage, and, later in pregnancy, mammary glands that are preparing to make milk for your baby.

While it may be tempting to make do with the bras you have (think of the savings!), it's best to invest in a few good bras. Your growing breasts are heavier – the developing glandular tissues can add a few ounces per breast, at least – and deserve some comfy support.

How do I know when it's time for a new bra?
When you take off the bra and see indentations where the band and straps were, your breasts are spilling out of your bra cups, or your bra feels too snug, it's time to purchase a new one. 

You may find that your cup size continues to increase throughout your pregnancy, or your breasts might grow during your first trimester and then not increase in size again until the last few months. Depending on how you grow, you may need to go bra shopping several times during your pregnancy.

Some mothers feel uncomfortable wearing wired bras during second-third trimester and this is normal. Wear our wire-free nursing bras for comfort.

Read more over here.

How can I tell if my bra fits properly?

Your straps stay put on your shoulders and don't dig in. Your breasts don't overflow out of the cups. Your band fits snugly without feeling too tight.

I know my cup size, can I choose the bra size based on my cup size?

It will be best to remeasure again with a measuring tape and cross reference to our size guide. This is to prevent your inconvenience of buying the wrong size.

How do I measure myself?

1) Take a measuring tape

2) Place the tape around your ribcage, directly underneath your bust.

68-72cm 73-77cm 78-82cm 83-87cm 88-92cm
Band Size 32/70 34/75 36/80 38/85 40/90


3) Place the tape around the fullest part of your bust, at nipple level. Locate your band size and follow the column down to find your cup measurement.

Cup Size 32/70 34/75 36/80 38/85 40/90
A 82-84cm 87-89cm 92-94cm 97-99cm 102-104cm
B 84-86cm 89-91cm 94-96cm 99-101cm 109-111cm
C 86-88cm 91-93cm 96-98cm 101-103cm 111-113cm
D 88-90cm 93-95cm 98-100cm 103-105cm 113-115cm
E/DD 90-92cm 95-97cm 100-102cm 105-107cm 115-117cm

Once you have your cup size, go to our nursing bra collections and determine your size there! Size up if you are far from your due date!

Sister Size

If you know your current cup size such as 36E, and yet you cannot find this size in any size guide, it is time you should know what is a sister size. For example, 34E is equivalent to 36D and 38C. Check here to understand how to measure.

International size conversion

Convert any bra sizes into our Asia/European size.

Example: Australian size 12C is 75C, 10D is 70D (sister size is 75C or 80B). Message us or email us to check if you are unsure. We will make sure you have the right fit!

Asia/European Australia/ NZ UK/USA France/Spain/
70 10 32 85
75 12 34 90
80 14 36 95
85 16 38 100
90 18 40 105
95 20 42 110