Sizing Chart

Activewear Size chart

Due to the stretchy nature of the fabric - we recommend sizing down however it depends on how you like it!

 

Maternity Size Chart

During pregnancy it is normal for breasts to go up a cup size (or two) and to put on weight across the hip, bum and thigh area.

Sculpt styles are specifically designed to accommodate for this growth. Therefore as a rule of thumb, we suggest that you stick to your pre-pregnancy size.

You can also use these measurements below to guide you. Start by taking the following two measurements, then find your size in the table below.

If you are still tempted to order one size up, we strongly suggest only doing so if (a) you have a very large bust (normal preggie growth excluded); (b) you feel like you have gained extra weight (above the normal weight gain range); (c) you're having twins.


Bust: wearing a bra, measure around the fullest part of your bust
Hip: measure the widest part of your hips, including your bum

Bust
(fullest part)
Hips
(include butt)
S/32/8 84-89 92-97
M/34/10 90-95 98-103
L/36/12 96-101 102-109
XL/38/14 102-107 110-115

Loungewear Size Chart

Due to the comfy and loose fitting nature of the tracksuits we recommend a range of sizes depending on how you like it.

Alpha size S M L XL
EU SIZE 30-32 32-34 34-36 36-38
UK size 6 8 10 12