Hope you found some bras!
Just wanted to post and say 'I know the feeling!' I'm a 10E/F (depending on brand) and I used to have all kinds of trouble finding bras (and swimwear).
I usually go to bras & things as they tend to stock stuff in my size. Also big girls don't cry I find to be really good & the fitters are great!
Panache is a nice brand.
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06-04-2013 18:57 #11Senior Member
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06-04-2013 19:02 #12
Check out 'Blest Bras' online they have a great range on bigger sized bras 😀 I think they are located in QLD but shipping is always very quick if you're elsewhere 👍
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06-04-2013 19:07 #13
Im a 12E and I swear by Simone Perele especially if you are looking for something a bit fancier, and online I have had some success with storm in a D cup
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06-04-2013 19:18 #14
I'm a 12E and the best bras i've found have been the cheap ones on the sale racks at bras'n'things and just a $30 heista one from big w.
I've lashed out $70+ per bra before just to have them fall apart within a few months or the fit to be far from ideal.
I think it's really luck of the draw when it comes to finding a decent fitting bra.
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06-04-2013 20:53 #15Senior Member
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I'm a 10F or G depending on the bra (kind of in between actually) and I get mine at bras and things, I like one of their bras in particular and it's $54 which is expensive but pretty good as far as larger sizes go. I got my maternity bras from there as well and was really impressed with them.
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06-04-2013 21:02 #16
I'm currently somewhere around the 14 DD (although thanks to milk boobs I'm going to need to go up a size really soon -___-) and only shop at Bras N Things. I have never found bras that sit comfortably until I shopped there
I don't buy the expensive ones, usually the sale ones for $10 - $20.
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06-04-2013 21:20 #17Blessed with a very cheeky Monkey!!
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I was a 14E pre child and breastfeeding and now sit about a 14f/g. I found figleaves.com to be great to purchase from. They have hundreds of larger size bras and some of the prettiest ones I have come across. They are also really well priced. I think last time I purchased 3 from them for about $70 which is nearly the same price I was paying here in Aus just for 1.
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06-04-2013 21:39 #18
I've found blest bras to be great. They give fitting advice over the phone or email and have free exchanges. I also have some from zodee as well. I was wearing a 14DD and I'm actually a 12G!
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06-04-2013 22:35 #19
Unfortunately we had some large expenses come in so the ladies have to just wait a little longer but I've made a note of websites and stores people have mentioned so will be checking them out soon.
Thanks to everyone for your suggestions
07-04-2013 01:06 #20
I had size 8H breasts before getting breast reduction surgeries twice. I always purchased Freya bras. They do from D-J. I found the size that fit me at Myer and I would order them online from the UK as they were at least half the price. Best website was Figleaves.
I now wear Elle McPherson bras. She has up to G now in some styles. I wear a D and its quite comfy.
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