Size guide

Here are useful tables with sizes to help you choose the right size of your swimsuit.

How to measure:

Measure your waist and your hips and compare them with the table of sizes below.  If your size is half-way between two sizes, we suggest you select the bigger size.  The XS-XL sizes match the numerical sizes on the table.  To get more precise measurements, ask someone to take your measurements for you.  Make sure you hold the measuring tape straight and comfortably (not stiff, against your body).


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

Hips:  Measure around the fullest part of your hips, where the thigh becomes narrower.  This measurement will help you determine your size for bikini bottoms, skirts, trousers and figure-hugging dresses.

Chest:  Measure above the fullest part of your chest by placing the measuring tape parallel to the floor.  This measurement will help you determine your size for the tops of swimsuits or other clothing.


Size advice (the brazilian bikinis are cut small)


Please take note that the brazilian bikinis are cut small.

Also, do not hesitate to choose a bigger size than the one you usually wear.

Be aware that if you want to wear the bikini, like a true brazilian (like in the photos or like in Brazil), meaning the swimsuit going up between your bottom cheeks, then, your usual size will be fine.  If, on the other hand, you want it to cover more, in this case, we suggest you choose one or two sizes bigger according to the expected coverage.


The reason for most of our exchanges is due to a change of size for a bigger size, that's why it seems important for us to clarify this for you in order for you to avoid useless returns.


Size of models:

 The models are wearing a size S.