Swimwear Size Chart

About our suits:

  • -Many women are more comfortable sizing up one size for swimwear.  Based on customer feedback, we do recommend going up one size for our one-piece swimsuits. 
  • -Most of the one-piece styles we carry are high-cut on the leg which is awesome for a leg-lengthening and slimming effect.  On some body types, this can result in a more "cheeky" fit on the bottom depending on your hip measurements and torso length.


Use a tape measure to measure yourself, holding the tape securely around the 3 key points described below.
To achieve an accurate measurement, please take these measurements while wearing minimal clothing (and especially not a padded bra).


Measure around your chest at the fullest point of bust. Make sure measuring tape is relaxed and not tight. Please wear unpadded bra while measuring. Find your bust measurement above and pair with cup size to find your size.


Measure directly under your bust and straight around your back.


Bend to one side to find your natural indentation in torso. This is your natural waist. Run the tape around your natural waistline, keep tape parallel to the floor and one finger in between body and tape for a more comfortable fit.


Measure around the fullest part of hips (approximately 7”-9” below waistline), keeping tape parallel to the floor.