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    I just thought I'd let you guys know about this website I found because it's ended a great deal of stress for me. Not sure if this is the right section, and I'm not paid to spruik it, but I had to let you know:

    http://www.boobytrapwarehouse.com.au/cartView.asp

    My bra size was a 10E before I fell pregnant and the first thing that happened was my boobs became bigger, about the same size as before my breast reduction (yes, 10E was as small as they could get them). So I am now a 12F.

    DJs offered one, absolutely hideous, lace monstrosity and said it was the only brand that would fit me (who the hell makes maternity bras only up to a DD?). They then charged $70 for it.

    The above website has Berlei etc. Just got a plain black and a plain white bra in my size for $39.95 each (which is a miracle at my size). Shipped on the day I ordered and delivered soon after.

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    This is also where I got my maternity bras. Pre pregnancy I was 20D, but now I am 22E. It was impossible to find any maternity bras in my size at any of the department stores and Bras and Things. I went into their shop (in SA) though. They have different stock in their store compared to online. So if you live in SA, you have a choice to buy online or in store.

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    Thankyou for sharing!! I have been looking round for decently priced maternity bras!!
    ThAnkyou

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    Per preg I was a 12DD now I am a 18E..... I bawled my eyes out in the fitting room... I am still in 12 tops but my ribs have spread so much :-( I just spent $70 on a hot milk maternity bra.... Sooo comfy will be checking out thanks for sharing :-)

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    I found a few in my size (22E while BF) at Target. Super comfy too!

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    Hi girls, I was only complaining about this, last week. Some of the bigger ones are hideous and sit at the neckline wtf! Anyway after going into specialty maternity bra shops, trying on cake, hot milk you name it I finally found some good ones in bras n things, it's there own brand, they go up to 22g in size and for $39.95, I was super impressed. I'm now either 12gg or 14g depending on the cut.

    Thanks for the link though, I may need more later.

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    Thank you so much for providing this link! Just what i have been looking for. I was getting quite depressed after going into shop after shop and finding nothing that fit my 14FF breasts that was at least half decent and attractive.
    THANKS!!

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    Does anyone have any idea where to get H,I,J size bras?
    I am 12 weeks PG and already a H cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    Does anyone have any idea where to get H,I,J size bras?
    I am 12 weeks PG and already a H cup.
    Triumph..I think it's mamabell or something like that..
    FYI ..I would not buy hot milk or Cake there stuff is so badly made..will not give you any support

    Freya does good soft cup and maternity..in semi cool prints..
    also Royce

    most matenity that is for full figure that is good looking ..that also give support are European or American

    www.bravissimo.com
    www.figleaves.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    Does anyone have any idea where to get H,I,J size bras?
    I am 12 weeks PG and already a H cup.
    Hey Due in August. I know your dilemma. I was a squeezed in F before my first preg and in the first months went up over 2 sizes. By the end of my second preg I was a 12 J. My mum saw a news report once and sent me the link and I've been using them ever since.
    http://www.brastogo.com.au/

    Their pricey like this size usually is but have heaps of styles even in maternity and if you get in quick they have a clearance section that they are always updating with last seasons stock for a song. If you sign up to their email they send you a reminder when the clearance section is updated and they have a discount code for customers that buy anything that you can use any time in the future. 15% off if you use 3003. Their sizes go up to an M I think I heard. Hope I never get there !!

    Good luck and congrats.


 

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