Sizing Guide


Our sizing chart is a guideline only and styles may fit differently depending on your body type due to the fabric and cut. The best way to find the right swimsuit size for you is to measure yourself accurately and go by the size chart! Follow our tips on how to measure your swimsuit size, and soon you’ll have your new favorite Raising Wild swimsuit in your mailbox.


The best tool to use when taking your measurements is a soft and flexible measuring tape. However, if you don’t have one, a string or cord works great! Wrap the string or cord around the spot you need to measure and then use a ruler to measure the length of the string.


Keeping your measuring tape parallel to the floor, measure the following places to find your correct size.


Measure around the fullest part of your bust, with your arms relaxed at your sides (this would probably work best with a partner). To clarify, this is not where the band of the bra would go, it is above. 


Find your natural waistline, which should be the narrowest part of your torso. It’s typically under your last rib and right above your hip bone, where your body bends side to side.


Be sure to measure around the fullest part of your hips, not to be confused with the thigh area. Generally, it is about 4 - 5 inches below your natural waist.

We hope you love the distinctive features of our suits that make them especially flattering and functional such as adjustable ties, full bum coverage, built-in shelf bras, and nursing-friendly designs. Use this size chart to find your perfect fit so you can find a Raising Wild suit that you feel comfortable and confident in!

Women’s Body Sizing Chart

US Size




XS (2/4)

32” - 33”

25” - 26”

33” - 34”

Small (6)

33 ½” - 34 ½” 

27” - 28”

35” - 36”

Medium (8)

35” - 36”

29” - 30”

36 ½” - 37 ½”

Large (10)

36 ½” - 37 ½”

30 ½” - 31 ½”

38” - 39”

XL (12/14)

38” - 39 ½”

32” - 33 ½”

40” - 41”

It is important to note that all of our suits are made with a four-way stretch material, meaning they can stretch and expand to fit your body. Keep this in mind when choosing a size! Swimsuits have a few inches of ease and stretch because of the elasticity, so we recommend sticking around your normal size.