How to take your measure?
The general rule is to keep the measuring tape firm, but not tight. If you are measuring yourself, take your measures more than once, to average out any changes in your posture.
1. Measure your chest/bust:
Measure around the fullest part of your chest, keeping the tape level under your arms, around the bust and across your back.
2. Measure your waist:
The maternity clothes are especially designed to fit the growing belly, so this type of measure is not important when you select the size of pregnancy clothes because all of them will fit your waist anyway.
3. Measure your hips:
Measure around the fullest part of your hips.
4. Measure your bust to find the correct bra size:
First, get your back size by measuring your rib cage (or full chest size under the bust). Then, for your cup size, measure around the fullest part of your breast.
Maternity clothes size guide
Check the table below and find out in which table size you fit best according to the measure value that you just took from your body.
Tops and dresses- pay attention to the measure size taken from your chest/bust, as it is most important for defining the correct size for your top.
Jeans, leggings, trousers, union suits and skirts- pay attention to the measure size taken from your hips, as it is most important for defining the correct size of your bottom wear. The design around the waist will fit you in any case. Some elastic jeans may loose a little bit when you start wearing them.
Maternity tights size guide
Maternity bra guide
Your size is the one in which the measure taken under the bust and measures taken around the bust cross in the table.