View Poll Results: what cup size are you?

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  • C

    22 14.77%
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    25 16.78%
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    38 25.50%
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    10E before DS & breastfeeding.

    During breastfeeding I was a 12F.

    Now post bf'ing my cans are smaller - I'm wearing my 10E's again but I'm probably more like a 10DD.

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    Was a 12B pre-pregnancy. Over half way and I'm 14D (I think), and probably go bigger once milk comes in. Last time my 14D bras were very squashy until I stopped feeding.

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    I'm a 10F but as they are impossibly to find without spending over $100 on a bra, I wear a 12 E.

    I remember the days that I could buy cute bra and undie sets from target... (about 8 years ago!)

    I was lucky to fill an A cup before baby, they grew to a D while feeding, and now almost 8 years later they are still growing!!!

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    Shamefully 10A!

    I wish for bigger boobies :wah:

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    14H. thankfully I found an amazing bra place in Melbourne that only caters to bigger cup sizes, and carries amazing comfy maternity bras with underwire suitable for pregnancy (I have to have underwire)
    I was in my mat bra from 10 weeks.

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    I'm a 14J. Pre babies I was a 14E but they just never went back!

    Quote Originally Posted by itspinkrock View Post
    14H. thankfully I found an amazing bra place in Melbourne that only caters to bigger cup sizes, and carries amazing comfy maternity bras with underwire suitable for pregnancy (I have to have underwire)
    I was in my mat bra from 10 weeks.
    Can you please PM the details of this store? I'm in desperate need of new maternity bras but I can't find decent ones!! There is only 1 brand I've found that's comfy but they take forever to order in!

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    Pre pregnancy I was a 16E, now with BF I'm a 16HH. I bought my BF bras at Big Girls Don't Cry. Definitely no boring colours there

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    Quote Originally Posted by itspinkrock View Post
    14H. thankfully I found an amazing bra place in Melbourne that only caters to bigger cup sizes, and carries amazing comfy maternity bras with underwire suitable for pregnancy (I have to have underwire)
    I was in my mat bra from 10 weeks.
    I would love the details of this store also Is pricing decent?

    I was a D/DD pre-preg but have gone up to an E while bf. I'm another who hate, hate, hates having big b00bs I want to be able to wear all the pretty cheap bras!

    ETA: just curious, for those that buy online, how do you go with sizing?
    Last edited by The C Team; 04-06-2012 at 23:41.

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    10D.. but losing them... wish it would go from my thighs and bum..... but no.. oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The C Team View Post
    I would love the details of this store also Is pricing decent?

    I was a D/DD pre-preg but have gone up to an E while bf. I'm another who hate, hate, hates having big b00bs I want to be able to wear all the pretty cheap bras!

    ETA: just curious, for those that buy online, how do you go with sizing?
    Lucy's Lacies!

    Great store. Very cheap. Huge range

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