Maternity Size Guide
How to Measure
As a general rule you should not need to buy a bigger size. Our sizes are comparative to your pre-pregnancy size. You will see an obvious increase in your size during your pregnancy, but our clothes have been especially designed & fitted to allow for this growth. For example, if your pre-pregnancy size was a size 12, then you will still need to buy size 12 garment during your pregnancy. All styles have been designed to fit you from 3 months through to full term & beyond.
If you are uncertain of your size, then please follow the rules below and follow the chart shown. Keep the measuring tape firm, but not tight when measuring.
Measure around the fullest part of your chest, making sure you keep your tape measure level going under your arms & around your back
Measure around the fullest part of your hips - again keeping the measuring tape level around the front & rear.
Measuring your inside leg
Take the measurement from the very top of the inside of your leg down to your ankle.