How to Measure Your Bra Size
First, measure your band sizeWhat you’ll need: A soft tape measure.
Find your band size. Start by measuring your underbust. Wrap the measuring tape snugly around your torso, directly under your bust (where your bra band normally sits). Round your measurement up to the nearest whole number, then add 3” or 4” so you have an even number. This is your band size.
For example, if you measure 31.5”, you would round up to 32”, then add 4” for a band size of 36.
Next, measure your full bust.Wrap the measuring tape somewhat loosely around the fullest part of your bust. Record this measurement.
Your SizeWith your band size and full bust measurement in hand, find your Brook There bra size in the chart above.
Helpful Tips:If you’re in between sizes—for example, if you’re a large B cup and are deciding between an AB or BC cup—size up.
If you’re an A, AA, or AAA cup, our triangle style bras will fit you best.
If you’re a C or D cup, we recommend our Pixy style bras.
We use American sizes for bras. If you need to convert to a UK size, please refer to this chart.
Finding the right bra size can be tricky even if you measure correctly. After all, no two bodies are alike. Please reach out if you need help—we’re happy to offer guidance!
How to Measure Your Bottoms + Clothing Size
Sizing for Bottoms and Clothing
Take your bust, waist, full hip, and thigh measurements. Then, use the chart to find your size.
*Note - full hip is at the widest part of the bottom. High hip is usually 3-5" less in circumference. Illustration for reference purposes above.
If you’re between sizes, we recommend sizing up.