WOMEN’S CLOTHING AND SWIMWEAR SIZE INFORMATION:

How to Measure:
Measure your waist and hips and compare to the size chart below. If you are between two sizes, we suggest selecting the larger size. XS-XL sizes correspond to the numerical sizing on this chart, unless specified in the description of the garment. To get the most accurate measurements, have someone else measure you. Be sure to hold the measuring tape straight and snug, not tight, to your body.

Bust: Measure over the fullest part of your bust, with the tape measure parallel to the floor. This measurement will assist you in determining your swimwear or clothing size for tops and dresses.

Waist: Measure around the narrowest part of your natural waistline.

Hips: Measure around the fullest part of your hip, before the thigh begins to narrow. This measurement will help you determine your size for skirts, pants, and form-fitting dresses.

BIKINI TOP SIZING CHART:

If your bikini top is sized A, B, C, D, or DD, use the swimwear size chart to the right to determine your best fit. First, find your bra size in the shaded box. Where the cup and bust sizes intersect, you will find the R.T. top size to order. For example: If your bra size is 36B, then you should order a R.T. size C. If your bikini top is sized S, M, L, or XL, use the one-piece size chart below to determine your best fit.
Table Reference Bikini Top

CLOTHING & SWIM BOTTOM SIZING CHART:

Perfect fit contemporary sizing

It’s precisely the even-numbered size you prefer. We choose to call our sizing “contemporary”, a word that’s as progressive and modern as our customers.

Bikini bottom and one-piece suit sizing:Measure your waist and hips and compare to the size chart above. If you are between two sizes, we suggest selecting the larger size.

 

Table Reference Bikini Bottom