This one, I think, runs a little small. It's also meant to be compressive so it shouldn't fit very loose. I'm 5'4, 130lbs and a 32D. I've bought the racefit LG jerseys and had to size up to a M which was still skin tight.
In the regular ones I could probably go with a S. But if you like your jerseys to fit looser a M would be a good bet - most of the non-US brands tend to run smaller.
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I'm a 32D and I bought both a Small and Medium. I ended up returning the M as it felt too loose in the band, and did not offer enough support while riding, especially when going over bumpy road. The Small fits perfect for me.
I'm rather liking these legwarmers.
Sizing: I wasn't all to sure what size I ought to order, being a girl, but figured a Small would be appropriate. The fit is good, not perfect but not bad. It's strangely a bit tight around the calf area, I've only worn them twice but perhaps they'll stretch out a bit, because otherwise the ankle zippers get all scrunched. I don't think I would go up a size as I think the upper thigh would end up too large.
the Good: More than sufficient warmth at 40-50F. Haven't tried them for colder temps. They are definitely water resistant, pretty much waterproof. Ended up doing about 20miles in some rain and while my shorts & shoes were soaked these babies kept my legs completely dry.
the Bad: the silicone grippers can get a bit irritating. Especially when they get around the seams of the shorts. Probably would be better if they could manage a different form of band for the top portion, something like what Castelli uses for some of their shorts/bibs. They are not super stretchy, but that may be part of the water resistance aspect, so consider sizing up unless you have skinny calves.