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18-07-2012 21:16 #11
18-07-2012 22:12 #12
19-07-2012 08:46 #13
I second Hotmilk. They are fantastic! Depending on where you live you might have to order them online but you can send them back if they don't fit and change them. Just goggle it and you'll find if there are any stores near you
Once my milk came in and settled down I also liked the Lovable ones from DJs....
I got an underwire bra for the first time the other day and I dont like it hahahaha
23-07-2012 13:53 #14
I found some that are a good fit in the store but as soon as I move around it looks like it is too small and the bit between the cups doesn't sit flat against my chest. I read that this is a cup size issue but I've tried a few different ones. I was fitted at Myer.
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