To find your perfect size, please refer to the size guide below, along with any fit notes contained within the product page.
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|XS||80 - 86||62 - 68||86 - 92|
|S||86 - 92||68 - 74||92 - 98|
|M||92 - 98||74 - 82||98 - 106|
|L||98 - 106||82 - 90||106 - 114|
|XL||106 - 114||90 - 98||114 - 122|
|2XL||114 - 124||98 - 108||122 - 132|
|XS||4 - 6||0 - 2||30 - 32||32 - 34||36 - 38|
|S||8 - 10||4 - 6||34 - 36||36 - 38||40 - 42|
|M||10 - 12||6 - 8||36 - 38||38 - 40||42 - 44|
|L||14 - 16||10 - 12||40 - 42||42 - 44||46 - 48|
|XL||18 - 20||14 - 16||44 - 46||46 - 48||50 - 52|
|2XL||22 - 24||18 - 20||48 - 50||50 - 52||54 - 56|
How to measure
Measure the fullest part of your bust, around your back, keeping the tape measure straight. Ideally, relax both arms by your sides.
Measure your natural waistline, usually the narrowest part of your waist. Run the tape measure around your waist (like a belt), keeping it straight.
Measure the fullest part of your hip and bum—not your hip bones—ensuring the tape measure is straight. Ideally, stand on a level surface with your feet together.
Still not sure?
Our swimsuits are designed to be supportive and comfortable. So if your measurements put you between two different sizes, we would generally suggest sizing down—but you should go up or down depending on your fit preferences.
If you like your swimwear to fit snugly and to feel more compressive, pick the smaller size. If you like a more relaxed and comfortable fit with room for body shape fluctuations, go for the larger size.
In most cases, we’d advise to opt for the smaller size—swimwear looks best when it fits snugly, in our opinion!