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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeInShadesOfGrey View Post
    I will steer clear of BnT then I actually had two bras from them fall apart in a year. So didn't go back but wondered if their range was okay. But I'll avoid them for sports.

    Once I'm not doing my study I am going to look up the recommended bras and places and see if I can find where they are stocked to try on

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    I will NEVER go back to BnT. When they put me in a 16 F bra, cos they wouldnt just accept they didnt have my size i was appauled. Me not really having a clue bought them and wore them for a year or so until i found http://www.acupabove.com.au/ who were just speachless when i told them i was in a 16f. They said at most im a 14 but actually found i was a 12 G.
    Stay away!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by loislane2010 View Post
    I will NEVER go back to BnT. When they put me in a 16 F bra, cos they wouldnt just accept they didnt have my size i was appauled. Me not really having a clue bought them and wore them for a year or so until i found http://www.acupabove.com.au/ who were just speachless when i told them i was in a 16f. They said at most im a 14 but actually found i was a 12 G.
    Stay away!!!!!!
    Wow. That's pretty bad. Glad you're supported properly now

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    If your wanting to try on myer and dj have a range of fantasise and Freya and triumph. I wear a truimph sports bra. The bigger stores have more range. Otherwise online try blest bras, bella forma or straight from the uk takes longer but is cheaper like clara Olivia . Good luck.

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    oh yes I forgot about triumph. I had one when I first joined the gym years ago. Was pretty well priced too, I think I only paid about $30 at bigw or target and it was quite supportive.

    I forgot to add too, try to find one with the back clip that brings the bra in a racer back style. Not only is it great for women like me that wear a lot of racer back tops, it gives a lot more support. When you don't want it you just unclip it.

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    Wow they were way off Loislane! Glad you could get ones that were the right fit.


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    That's heaps everyone!

    And Delirium, without sounding dumb. What do you mean by racer back?


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    Ah yes! I love that style and it is supportive too I think? If I remember correctly.




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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeInShadesOfGrey View Post
    Ah yes! I love that style and it is supportive too I think? If I remember correctly.
    Well bra wise, yep it tightens it up further. That's the beauty of the clip, you can unclip it back to a 'normal' bra. As a top I like them as I don't like sleeves annoying me when I work out and getting all sweaty pits lol
    this is a good example of what I'm talking about with a bra

    https://www.google.com.au/search?q=b...%3B1000%3B1005

    the clip just unfastens, easy peasy

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    Georgina Horne who writes Fuller Figure Fuller Bust seems to be loving her Shock Absorber Max http://www.figleaves.com/uk/product/...=&colour=White

    She's a J-cup at last check, and a plus-size girl herself.

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