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Whether you’re tiny and petite or curvy from head to toe, every woman needs to know her lingerie size. Find out how to measure yourself with this easy-to-use lingerie size chart so you can find the perfect-fitting babydoll or teddy.

How to Find Your Lingerie Size

Lingerie can make you look and feel beautiful… as long as it’s the right size.

But determining your lingerie size can be a tricky process. A small in one lingerie label might actually be a medium in a different label. And it gets even trickier when you start looking at one size fits most pieces.

Adam and Eve Lingerie Size Chart

You can find detailed sizing information on a specific piece of lingerie by clicking on the "Sizing Chart" found on each product page with the available sizes. The sizing chart contains specific bust, waist, and hip measurements in inches and centimeters so you can figure out which lingerie size will fit you the best. If your measurements happen to fall between two different lingerie sizes, we suggest going with the larger for a more comfortable fit. (Please note that the sizing chart shown here is intended solely for illustrative purposes. Our sizing charts change from item to item to ensure you get the best fitting lingerie possible.)

Know Your Lingerie Measurements
When shopping for lingerie, it's important that you know your measurements in advance. If you're buying for someone else and you're not exactly sure what their measurements are, you can just use their general cup and dress sizes. You could also check their closet or lingerie drawer to figure out what sizes they usually wear.

If you're shopping for yourself, you should start by measuring your bust, waist and hips to make sure they haven't changed. The tape measure should fit straight and snug around your figure but not too tightly. Start by measuring around the fullest part of your bust, then your natural waistline and finally the fullest part of your hips. While you can measure yourself, it's generally easier and much more accurate to have someone else measure you.

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