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Sizing guide

How do our sizes work?

We have designed our comfortable garments to fit and flatter your growing shape from 0 to 9 months pregnant, post-partum and well beyond. 

It is normal for breasts to go up a cup size (or two) and to put on weight across the hip, bum and thigh areas. Our styles are specifically designed to accommodate for this growth. High quality fabrics are used to fit not only for the full duration of your pregnancy but well after as well. 

Our sizes suit all body types and range from SMALL (32) to EXTRA–LARGE (38) with a select few pants going up to XXXL (42).

How do I find the right size for me?

As a rule of thumb, we suggest that you stick to your pre-pregnancy size. Our garments have been designed to grow with your bump and accommodate normal pregnancy weight gain.

Although it can be tempting to order one size up, we strongly suggest only doing so if:

  1. you have a very large bust (normal preggie growth excluded)
  2. you feel like you have gained extra weight (above the normal weight gain range)
  3. you are having twins 

Our Size Guide will help you compare your current measurements to make sure you’re selecting the correct size.

Follow the instructions below and if you require any further assistance, please reach out to us via our live chat or email 

How do I use the Size Guide?

Start by taking the following two measurements:

  1. Bust: wearing a bra, measure around the fullest part of your bust
  2. Hip: measure the widest part of your hips, including your bum

Tips: Wrap a tape measure around the fullest parts, making sure that it is loose enough not to leave any impression. Where the tape measure meets its end, that is your measurement. 
If you do not have a tape measure, you can use string and then hold that up against a ruler.

Size 32/ S/ 8 34/ M/ 10 36/ L/ 12 38/ XL/ 14 40/ XXL/ 16
Bust (fullest part) 89 95 101 107 113
Hips (include butt) 97 103 109 115 121

Pant lengths

Our standard full length ranges between 78-80cm. 
Variations are due to different batch outputs and industrial wash methods.
To measure: hold tape from crotch and pull down to hem.

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