Our sizing is as easy as 1, 2, 3...
We've designed our maternity clothes in line with your pre-pregnancy clothing size for extra ease, giving you one less thing to think about. Many pieces are infused with our signature ruching and wrapping for a flawless fit at every stage.
Refer to the below chart. It's really that easy.
Take your pre - pregnancy clothing size, and look across the chart to find your Isabella Oliver size.
So, if you were usually a UK 12 before you were pregnant, just order a Isabella Oliver size 3, or if you are a UK 14, the our size 4 is for you.
If you are in doubt please check against our measurement chart to find your correct size against your body measurements.
Isabella Oliver Clothes Sizing Guide
|Isabella Oliver Pre Pregnancy||Bust||Chest||Waist||Top Hip||Low Hip||Arm|
*All measurements are based on our standard size 2/UK size 10, 173cm/5' 8" model.
Isabella Oliver Trousers Lengths
Isabella Oliver Jeans Sizing Guide
|UK Pre-pregnancy size||8||10||12||14||16-18||20|
|Isabella Oliver Maternity sizing||25||27||29||31||33||35|
If you are pregnant with twins, we recommend you go up a size. So, if you were a size 12 before you were pregnant, order an Isabella Oliver size 4.
Clothing measurements in centimeters and inches can be found on our individual product pages. If you require more information please Contact Us and we'll be delighted to help you.
Measure around the fullest part of your bust
This is the slimmest part of your natural waistline. Above the naval and below the ribcage
Stand with your legs together and meassure around your top hip which should be aproximately 10cm below your natural wasteline
Stand with your legs together and meassure around the fullest part of your hips at the top of your legs, be aproximately 23cm below your natural waistline
The measurment between the top of your leg (crotch) to the ankle
Isabella Oliver Luxe Opaque Tights are essential for your maternity wardrobe during the colder months.
|Height||To fit skirt / Hip Size|
|150-160cm,(4ft 11ins - 5ft 3ins)||S||M||L||L|
|163-170cm,(5ft 4ins - 5ft 7ins)||M||M||L||-|
|173-178cm,(5ft 8ins - 5ft 10ins)||M||L||L||-|
|178-183cm,(5ft 10ins - 6ft)||L||L||-||-|
Cake Lingerie Sizing
Use the below size chart for the Mama Spanx range. Use your pre-pregnancy weight to work out your size (click on the picture to enlarge).
|UK Size||EU Size||US Size|
Bra Measurement Guide
A well-fitting bra is a wardrobe necessity, whether you are pregnant or are nursing. Follow our simple guide to find your perfect fit.
Step 1: Measure your band size
Simply measure around your rib cage, just underneath your bust (See line A). Make sure that your tape measure is flat and straight across the back, and read your measurement in either centimetres or inches. Then select your band size in the chart below.
Step 2: Measure your bust size
For an accurate bust measurement, simply measure across the fullest part of your bust, leaving your tape measure fairly loose for absolute comfort (see line B). You can measure in either centimetres or inches.
Step 3: Find your perfect bra size
Using the chart below, locate your band size in the left hand column and follow the row across to locate your bust measurement using either centimetres or inches. Then see the top row of the chart to find your cup size. For example, if your band is 34 and your bust measurement is 37 inches (94cm) you will be a 34DD.
|Band Size||Bust size|
We hope you feel comfortable with our bra measurement guide but if you need further assistance please contact our customer service team, or see our fitting advice below.
Maternity bra fitting
Your ribcage will expand during your pregnancy. Therefore we recommend that you initially fit a maternity bra on the tightest hook so that you can then loosen it as your ribcage expands.
Nursing bra fitting
We recommend that you fit a nursing bra around the 36 week period. Your bust will go up in size when the milk comes in, so when you are fitting a nursing bra and you are still pregnant, slip a hand inside to ensure you have enough space. In the months following birth, your ribcage will slowly go back to normal. Therefore we recommend that you fit a nursing bra on the loosest hook. As your ribcage goes back, just tighten the bra.
When you are fitting your bra, here's what to look out for:
- Are the cups loose? We suggest you try going down one cup size.
- Do the cups look too tight causing bulging? If so, the cups are too small. Try going up one size so your bust fits comfortably within the cups.
- Are the shoulder straps digging in? The band of a bra provides most of the support and not the straps. If the straps are digging in, it could mean it is too loose and the straps are having to give more support than usual and hence digging in. Therefore we suggest you try a bra one band size smaller.
- Is the bra riding up on your back? Your bra needs to be at the same level all around your body. If it is arching up on your back, we recommend you try a bra in a band size smaller.
- Is your bra feeling too tight? Your bra should fit snugly but not be uncomfortably tight. You should be able to lift the band up to 1 cm away from your body. To begin with, please fit your maternity bra on the tightest hook so that you can loosen it as your ribcage expands. With a nursing bra, please fit it initially on the loosest hook so that you can tighten the bra as your ribcage shrinks back.
Our collection is designed to make you feel fabulous throughout your pregnancy. Please contact us if you are in any way disappointed with our clothes or service so we can make things right.