How do you measure your sizes?
- Wear close-fitting clothing while measuring. If you measure over layers of t-shirts and sweaters, you will not measure accurately.
- Pay attention to topped bras and straps that are too tight.
- Many tape measures have sizes on both sides. Make sure to look to the right side when measuring.
How do I determine which size and model is best for me?
- Full firm breasts are more difficult to flatten than loose, slightly hanging chest. Even if your chest is small, we recommend the extra strong material for firm breasts.
- If there is a big difference between your chest size and your waist size, the “hourglass figure”, choose the size that corresponds to your waist size, not your chest size.
- Bigger breasts are easier to flatten in a singlet than in a short basic top. Simply because there is more room to divide the chest.
- If you are in between sizes, we recommend looking at your shoulder size; If you have broad shoulders, choose the largest size.
- Do not deliberately choose a smaller size. You will not be able to get the binder on.
- Binders are meant to be tight, like a second skin. You should be able to breathe and move easily without the fabric cutting your skin.
If you have any questions about your sizes, let us know! We are happy to advise. You can email us firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us here.