Clothing size guide

Clothing designed with your boobs in mind

Have you ever had to buy tops and dresses in a bigger size than you really need just to accommodate your boobs? Does this sizing up then swamp the rest of your figure?

If so, it’s time to kiss those days goodbye and say hello to clothes that fit in all the right places and show off your fantastic shape! Our clothing is designed especially to fit and flatter Bravissimo girls and the sizing is completely unique.

How do I choose my size?

1:Choose your dress size

This is the size you would be if you didn’t need to size up to allow extra room for your boobs. Our clothes come in dress sizes 8-18.

2:Choose your curvy size

Choose a curvy size based on how much extra room you need for your boobs...

Curvy

Curvy

If you sometimes find it difficult to find a good fit with tops and dresses (particularly if they are made of woven or non-stretchy fabrics) because they pull a little bit across your bust.

Really Curvy

Really Curvy

If you tend to go up one dress size to get tops and dresses that fit you well across your bust.

Super Curvy

Super Curvy

If you always have to go up at least one dress size, usually two, to get clothes that fit properly across your bust.

What about your clothes that are dual sized?

Some of our clothing is made from stretchy fabric (like jersey) and because this is a lot more accommodating, we only need to offer two bust sizes. So…

Curvy

If you’re usually a Curvy, we recommend you try a Curvy/Really Curvy

Really Curvy

If you’re usually a Really Curvy, it’s your choice between the two sizes depending on what you think is going to be best for you (you know your figure better than us!). Remember, if you live in the UK it’s free to return things to us so there’s nothing to stop you from ordering two sizes to try on and compare.

Super Curvy

If you’re usually a Super Curvy, we recommend you try a Really/Super Curvy

Still unsure?

If you’re still unsure about which size to try, this measurement chart may help. If you’d prefer to speak to us, please get in touch – see our contact details below

Still Unsure?