Find your perfect fit with our bra size calculator

How to discover your correct Australian Bra Size for the perfect bra fit. Follow the below instructions to find out your underbust and overbust size. Once you’ve got them, line them up on the dial to reveal your recommended bra size. Then start shopping!

Step 1: Take your underbust measurement

1. Place the measuring tape flat against your skin – directly under your breasts. Make sure that the tape runs horizontally around your torso and is at the same height under your breast as on your back. Allow your arms to hang down naturally and breathe as usual.

2. Tighten the measuring tape a little and round the measurement up or down to the next full number. (Example: Round up to 73 cm if you have measured 72.8 cm or round down to 72 cm if the measurement shows 72.2 cm)

3. Move the slider to that position.


Step 2: Measure your bust circumference

1. Place the measuring band flat against the largest part of your breasts – that will usually be at the height of the nipples. Once again, make sure that the tape is horizontal and at the same height on your front and back, and that you stand up straight.

2. Round the measurement up or down as before to get a full cm value.

3. Move the slider to that position.


Your bra size

  • 8
  • 10
  • 12
  • 14
  • 16
  • 18
  • 20
  • 22
  • 24
  • 26
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • DD
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
30A 30A 65A 80A 0A

The result should primarily be used as a guide. Every woman is unique – and so is her bust. The most important thing here is that the bra fits perfectly and you feel comfortable wearing it. Find out here how you will know it fits correctly.

Our tip: Try some different types of bras and some so-called cross-over sizes (example: Your calculated bra size is 75C – the relevant cross-over sizes will be 80B and 70D).

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