Due to COVID-19, as well as higher than normal shipping volumes at the US Postal Service,
orders and returns with Standard Shipping may be delayed up to two weeks in some areas.
If your order is time sensitive, we recommend choosing an expedited shipping option to
ensure timely delivery.
Because the health of our Customer Service team is super important to us, we have
temporarily shut down our phone support to keep them working safely from home. You can
still chat and email us, but please note that we are receiving a higher volume which is
contributing to longer than usual wait times. Our team is working hard to answer all
customer inquiries as quickly as possible.
We can’t help but be excited to see you, so we’re doing
everything we can to make our stores safe and happy spaces
during this time. That means that while we're opening for limited hours and at
a limited capacity, we'll still be offering other options.
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What to expect when in our store:
Wondering about sports bra sizing and how to measure bra size options? Our sports bra size calculator makes crunching the numbers easy when you need to know how to fit a bra. Just use our bra calculator below to see how to measure your bra size.
All it takes is three quick measurements! Need more detailed directions? Everything is explained below.
We've done our best to take out the guesswork and make finding your cup-band bra size simple. Push-ups and padding can skew things, so pull on a shelf bra camisole or your best fitting everyday bra.
Step 1: Measure around your chest, just under the arms and above the bust. Make sure that the tape measure is taut and is straight across your back, but not tight, or that could result in a squeeze later. Breathe out, relax your shoulders. We'll get through this together. If the measurement is an odd number or a half size, round it up to the next even number (for example, 33 will actually be 34). This number is known as your band size. Unsure you've got it right? Take a seat - our chests expand some when seated.
Step 2: Now it's time to measure your cup size. Measure around the fullest point of your bust. This could be at the nipple, but everyone's body is different. This will be one of two measurements that you need to determine your cup size.
Step 3: For the final measurement, measure just under the bust around your ribcage.
Got the measurements? Good. It's time to calculate your bra size.
Buying a sports bra and not sure where to begin? Our Sports Bra FAQ can help.