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FIND YOUR PERFECT FIT

Not only do we support you with beautiful, sexy & amazing lingerie that fits you well enough to wear all day (and night), we want you to be well informed about sizing and support.

Bras Panties Sleepwear

BRAS

Garment Size Body Measurements
Alpha Size Chest Bust (at fullest) Diaphragm (ribcage)
32A 32" 32 1/2" - 33" 27"
34A 34" 34 1/2" - 35" 29"
36A 36" 36 1/2" - 37" 31"
32B 32" 33 1/2" - 34" 27"
34B 34" 35 1/2" - 36" 29"
36B 36" 37 1/2" - 38" 31"
38B 38" 39 1/2" - 40" 33"
40B 40" 41 1/2" - 42" 35"
34C 34" 36 1/2" - 37" 29"
36C 36" 38 1/2" - 39" 31"
38C 38" 40 1/2" - 41" 33"
40C 40" 42 1/2" - 43" 35"
34D 34" 38" - 38 1/2" 29"
36D 36" 40" - 40 1/2" 31"
38D 38" 42" - 42 1/2" 33"
40D 40" 44" - 44 1/2" 35"
34DD 34" 39" - 39 1/2" 29"
36DD 36" 41" - 41 1/2" 31"
38DD 38" 43" - 43 1/2" 33"
40DD 40" 45" - 45 1/2" 35"
1

Measure Your Chest

This is your band size (i.e.. 32, 34, 36, etc.)

Chest Size
2 Next, Measure Your Bust at its fullest point Cup size
3 Next, Measure Your Diaphragm (ribcage) underneath your bust

If your diaphragm measurement falls on an even number, add 4". If it falls on an odd number, add 5. Then subtract this number from the Bust measurement and this will be your cup size

  • If the difference is 1" you are a A cup
  • If the difference is 2" you are a B cup
  • If the difference is 3" you are a C cup
  • If the difference is 4" you are a D cup
  • If the difference is 5" you are a DD cup
Chest Size
4

All Bras are not created equal.

 
 

Basic Everyday Bras - Comfort is the first priority when selecting a bra you plan to wear everyday. Look for soft fabrics, smooth elastics, a snug feel around your body is essential for the best fit and shaping. Try styles that do not too much extra fabric or trims. Straps should sit comfortably on your shoulders and not dig in. If your flesh seems to be "spilling out" on the sides or front of the cup, try the next cup size.

Special Occasion Bras - while comfort is still essential these come in a variety of styles and fabrics and the fit will have a sexier fit - deeper cleavage, push up or mega push up cups, and often have more embellishments - lace, ruffles, bows, etc.

Total Bra Care - Always follow manufacturers care instructions to obtain optimal wear from your bras. This usually means hand washing with mild detergents and hanging up to drip dry. Periodically check to ensure that the fabric and elastics are performing acceptably. When the support is not the same and the bra feels too loose, Then it's time to go shopping again.

 
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Download our Tape Measure!

  • Cut out all 7 measuring strips.
  • Tape/staple matching ends together (labeled a-f) (make sure "connect to" attaches under it's matching end).

 

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PANTIES

Panty Size Waist Hip
5     S 26" 36"
6     M 28" 38"
7      L 30" 40"
8    XL 32" 42"
9  2XL 34" 44"
Measure yourself for perfect fit:
1 Waist -  find your natural waist, bend at sides area where your body indents is your natural waist. Wrap measuring tape around your waist, snug, but not tight - this is your waist measurement.
2 Hip -  find the fullest part of your hips, usually about 8" below your natural waist, but may fluctuate from 6" to 9" depending on your height. Wrap measuring tape around your hip, snug, but not tight - this is your hip measurement.
3 Once you have your measurements find your size on our sizing chart, if you fall between sizes consider the next largest size.  
All Panties are not created equal:

Basic everyday panties - Comfort is the first priority when selecting a panty. Look for soft fabrics, smooth elastics at the waist and legs. Panty should not be tight, particularly at the waist and legs, but elastic should hold the garment in place. For a smooth look under clothes    try styles that do not have too much extra fabric or trims. Your bottom back should be gently cupped and the crotch should sit naturally against your body. If you feel uncomfortable, try the    next size.

Special Occasion Panties - while comfort is still essential these come in a variety of styles and fabrics, and the fit will be different. These will often have a sexier fit - high cut legs, low rise skimpier back, and often have more embellishments - lace, ruffles, bows, etc.

Caring for your undies:

Always follow manufacturers care instructions to obtain optimal wear from your undies. Periodically check to ensure that the fabric and elastics are performing acceptably. The fit of those that are worn most often will probably start changing - feeling looser on body, riding up. Then you know it's time to replace them.

 

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SLEEPWEAR

Tops / Chemises / Gowns w/ bra cups

Garment Size Body Measurements
Alpha Size Numeric Size Bust (at fullest) Waist Hips
XS 2 32" 24" 34"
S 4-6 34" 26" 36"
M 8-10 36" 28" 38"
L 12-14 38" 30" 40"
XL 16 40" 32" 42"
2XL 18 42" 34" 44"

 

SAS offers a full assortment of bra sized Cami Tops, Chemises and Gowns, just select the SAS product of your liking in your normal bra size. For best fit try measuring yourself:

 

1

Measure Your Chest

This is your band size (i.e.. 32, 34, 36, etc.)

Chest Size
2 Next, Measure Your Bust at its fullest point Cup size
3 Next, Measure Your Diaphragm (ribcage) underneath your bust

If your diaphragm measurement falls on an even number, add 4". If it falls on an odd number, add 5. Then subtract this number from the Bust measurement and this will be your cup size

  • If the difference is 1" you are a A cup
  • If the difference is 2" you are a B cup
  • If the difference is 3" you are a C cup
  • If the difference is 4" you are a D cup
  • If the difference is 5" you are a DD cup
Chest Size
Garment Size Waist Measurement Hip Measurement
5     S 26" 36"
6     M 28" 38"
7     L 30" 40"
8     XL 32" 42"
9    XXL 34" 44"

 

When selecting PJ Pants, Capri's, Boxers, follow our panty sizing.

 

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