Measuring – Size – Fit
Chemisette Measure, Size, Attach, Fit
Customers who use our size chart find that following the measurement instructions, using our recommended size based on that measurement, and using the tips in the package results in a great fit and functioning as promised. We are always glad to exchange for a different size. However, getting it right the first time will save you the expense and hassle of sending them back to us.
To determine your chemisette size, measure the distance between your bra straps, from one outer edge to the other outer edge. If you find your measurement falls right on the line of two sizes, go with the larger size.
The three photos below help to demonstrate the difference between a size that is too small, the correct size, and a size too large.
1) Too small – It pulls the bra straps in too much or the elastic will not stretch far enough. (photo 1)
2) Correct size – It lays flat and smooth while barely altering how the bra straps lay. (photo 2)
3) Too large – The fabric edges of the chemisette should lie somewhere inside the bra straps. If it goes on top or outside of the bra straps it will likely not stay attached and/or it will bunch up. (photo 3)
ATTACHING AND GETTING YOUR BEST INDIVIDUAL FIT
After using our measuring instructions and size chart, the elastic band that loops around the button creates the tension needed to keep it at the height you choose, keep it attached, and keep it laying flat. The loops can be double-wrapped around the bra strap as needed to provide the right amount of tension for your best personal fit. Double-wrapping the loops around the buttons provides extra assurance that they will not slip off.