Bikini Size Guide


Here are some useful size charts to help you get the right fit in your swimwear

How to Measure:
Measure your waist and hips and compare to the size chart below. If you are between two sizes, we suggest selecting the larger size. XS-XL sizes correspond to the numerical sizing on this chart. To get the most accurate measurements, have someone else measure you. Be sure to hold the measuring tape straight and snug, not tight, to your body.

Bikini size chart

Waist: Measure around the narrowest part of your natural waistline.
Hips: Measure around the fullest part of your hip, before the thigh begins to narrow. This measurement will help you determine your size for bikini bottoms, skirts, pants, and form-fitting dresses.
Bust: Measure over the fullest part of your bust, with the tape measure parallel to the floor. This measurement will assist you in determining your swimwear or clothing size for tops and dresses.

Size chart - Please note that the brazilian bikinis run small (Please read the size note)

Size hints (Please note that brazilian bikinis come up small)

Please note that the Brazilian bikinis come up smaller than the standard high street size. If you want to create the same effect as the models in the pictures and as the Brazilians do, please choose your own size. If you want to cover more of your body, please choose a larger size. The bikinis are made with LYCRA fibres so they will stretch when worn.

The most common reason for a size exchange is because customers need a larger size.

If your size falls between two sizes, we strongly recommend that you choose the larger of the sizes.

The model is wearing a size S.