Chantelle Band Sizing
If you're unsure of your regular size, you can find our guide to measuring yourself here. We've put together a set of guides on sizing, fitting, boob shapes and even lingerie care, so if there's anything you're unsure of - start there!
With all measuring, you should start with the band. Get a flexible tape measure, make sure you're standing up straight and take a snug measurement around your ribcage. This should be directly underneath your bust and parallel to the ground. You can then use that measurement to find your band size.
Chantelle Cup ConversionsChantelle cups should fit like your regular size. If you don't know your normal cup size, head back to the sizing guide! If you need to do an international conversion, use the table below.
No matter what brand your bra is, you should be measuring how well it fits against five key components: the band, the cups, underwire, centre front and the straps. This might sound like a lot, but don't worry, our fitting guide will tell you everything you need to know.