How to measure

All items are made to your individual measurements. Please use this guide to see how to take them and get in touch with us if you have any questions. 

How to measure for your lingerie

Please take all measurements in centimetres rather than inches as this allows greater accuracy. 

If you don’t have a fabric tape measure to hand, you can use a piece of string and then measure the length of the piece of string using a ruler or retractable tape measure.

bust or cup size




Stand upright without a bra on and measure around your back using a measuring tape.

You need to measure directly under your bust, where the band of a bra would usually sit.

Make sure the tape is going around in a steady, even line. It should feel snug, but not tight.

Measure in centimetres: please feel free to even tell us the measurement to the millimetre if you are in between centimetres.

For the bust or cup size, we recommend that you wear your most comfortable bra, so that your boobs are in the place you actually want them to be. Measure around the fullest part of your chest.

Measure from the edge of your neck to your shoulder. This helps to make sure that your bra straps sit in the correct place.

Whilst wearing your most comfortable bra, measure the gap between your nipples.

Measure your natural waist: the smallest part of your torso approximately 2 inches or 5cm above your tummy button. 

NB. to get the most accurate measurement don’t suck your stomach in whilst you do this!  

Start by standing up straight with your feet together.

Measure across the fullest part of your hips and buttocks, about 6 inches or 15 cm below your tummy button.

Check that the measuring tape is as level as possible in a mirror. 

Measure the fullest part of your bottom. There’s no need to pull the tape measure tight, just keep it loosely wrapped around you. 

Only needed for trousers. 

Please measure from your crotch, along the inside of your leg. Measure to the end of your preferred length of trouser.

Only needed for trousers. 

Please measure from your waist, along the outside of your leg. Measure to the end of your preferred length of trouser.

This is an optional measurement but can help to give us an idea of torso length etc.


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