Our tops have no padding or underwire, which is why there are no cup sizes in our size chart.

Our bodies are unique, so it is possible that despite the tips below, you may need a different size. Don't worry, it is possible to make an exchange or a return. 

Measurements in inches

Size chart_the naked club Take your measurements


  • Put on an unpadded bra.
  • Use a soft tape measure.


  • Stand up straight and measure your chest. Take the circumference of your chest at the largest part.
  • Keep this measurement and refer to the size chart. 

Triangle bralette: Since the elastic band in our bralettes supports the volume of your chest very well, we advise you to size up for a better comfort with the elastic band. See the advice below on how to choose a bralette.

Sporty top: We recommend you to take your usual size.



  • Measure at the smallest part of your waist. This is below the rib cage and above the hips. A good indicator is the height of your belly button.
  • Refer to the size chart.


  • When measuring your hips, place your tape over the widest part of your hips. Be sure to keep the tape measure parallel to the floor.
  • Refer to the size chart.

High rise thong: We recommend you to take your usual size.

High rise cheeky: We recommend you to take your usual size, but for more comfort at the elastic band, you can also size up.

Size chart infos The Naked Club

Some tips to know if it is the right bralette size :

The elastic band

  • This is the most important part of a bralette. It carries 80% of the weight of your breasts, so the right elastic band size is just as important. 
  • If your straps are pulling down, your elastic band is too loose and the straps are taking up some of the support they shouldn't. 
  • It should be straight across your back, close to your body and parallel to the ground.
  • An elastic band that pulls up means that the chosen size is too big.
  • If you feel that there is too much room in your triangle, you should adjust the straps. It is important that you do not go too far to the front with the adjustment of your straps. If you do, you need to get a smaller size.
  • If the band is too tight around your ribs and prevents you from breathing, it is too small and you should go for a larger size.
  • If your breasts spill out in the front or side of your bralette, it's not the right size. 


  • They shouldn't fall below your shirt.
  • They shouldn't be deep in your shoulders either.
  • Their adjustments should never go to the front of the bralette.
  • When you receive your bralette, start by adjusting the straps in the middle of the back. Then, depending on how comfortable you feel, change the fit of your straps.

And most importantly, you must be comfortable in your bralette. :)