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Size Chart
Most collections on Blush and Bloom follow the standard international bra and clothing size charts below.  However some maternity brands adhere to their own sizing schemes so be sure to click on the 'size guide' icon on each product's detail page to see the brand's size chart.  

International Bra Size Chart

If you are unsure of your bra size Blush and Bloom has created an easy 3 step guide to help you.  Simply click on the 'size guide' icon on each product's detail page, and select the 'How to measure your bra size' tab.  If you know your bra size you can convert your bra size using the international conversion chart below.

The chart below is a guide to international bra size conversions. To compare your size to any given manufacturer size you will need to know which country standard the manufacturer follows such as US, UK, AUS sizing etc. For example, a UK size 36DD is equivalent to a French size 95E. However, please remember the conversion chart below is just a guide. All bras fit differently due to fabrics, manufacturing processes and style. It is important to measure yourself properly to ensure you buy a bra for your correct size.  When selecting your bra size please ensure you have viewed the bra manufacturer's size guide on each product's detail page (if available), as not all brands follow international size standards.





International Clothing Size Chart

When shopping for maternity clothes we advise you to buy in your pre-pregnancy size, or one size up for added comfort.  The maternity clothing styles available on Blush and Bloom have been specifically designed to fit your growing shape right through to 9 months. For the most flattering silhouette the garments sizing is based on your pre-pregnancy size. Therefore we would recommend that if you were, for example, a size UK 10 before you were pregnant, than you would still buy a UK 10 (or equivalent conversion size) now. However if you feel you have gained more than the average pregnancy weight gain, we recommend that you select one size up.

The chart below is a guide to international clothing size conversions. To compare your size to any given manufacturer size you will need to know which country standard the manufacturer follows such as US, UK, AUS sizing etc. For example, a US size 8 is equivalent to an Australian size 12. However, please remember the conversion chart below is just a guide. When selecting your size please ensure you have viewed the clothing manufacturer's size guide on each product's detail page (if available),  as not all brands follow international size standards.