Unlocking the Secret: Tips for Finding Your Perfect Fit To Our Lingerie

When you slip into a lingerie set that hugs your curves in all the right places, it's like a confidence boost like never before! The perfect fit accentuates your assets, making you feel like the fierce and fabulous goddess that you are. It's all about embracing your body, feeling sexy, and owning your unique beauty. But finding the right size can sometimes be a challenge. Don't worry, we've got you covered! In this blog post, we'll guide you through the process of finding your perfect fit.

Measuring your bust:

Standing with your back straight; using a flexible measuring tape, wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part of your bust ensuring that it is parallel.  Bring the ends together, placing your thumb beneath the tape measure to keep from pulling it too tightly.  

To determine your cup size, round your bust measurement up to the nearest whole number.  Subtract your underbust measurement from your rounded up bust measurement.

A difference of 1 inch = an A cup, 2 inch = B cup, 3 inch = C cup, 4 inch = D cup.

Measuring your underbust:

Using a soft / flexible tape measure, wrap the tape measure along the underbust keeping it parallel with the ground and your waistline.  Using a mirror is the surest way to confirm that the tape measure is flat and parallel. 

Measuring your waistline:

Your waistline is the area below your ribcage and above your hip bones. Stand straight and relax the abdomen muscles.  Using a soft / flexible tape measure hold the 0 end in one hand and wrap it around your waist until it meets the zero end.  Ensure the tape measure is taut against your skin and in a straight line. The point at which they meet is your natural waist measurement.

Measuring your hips:

When measuring the hips for lingerie which includes a corset, you want to measure the 'high' hip.  This is the area at the top of the hip curve.  Use a mirror to ensure the measuring tape is flat and parallel as you wrap it around.  

Measuring the length of your torso:

Hold the 0 end of your measuring tape with one hand under your bust and pull it down to your hip flexor.  Try not to bend while checking the measurement as this may cause a variance in your true torso length.  Ideally, your corset should not be longer than the length of your torso or it will begin to interfere with your ability to sit down comfortably or at all.

Dont forget to record your measurements!