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    Default Crop top/Sleep bras for large bust

    Im a 12/14 G/H bra size.

    I have noticed that the ladies have lost a bit of firmness over the last few months. Ahhh the joys of getting older.

    Just wondering what other ladies with larger busts wear to bed.

    Im wanting to start wearing something like a crop top to bed and i cant seem to find anything that fits.

    Ive tried just the normal crop tops from target etc and they just dont fit. They are either too big around the bottom or too small in the top.

    Im not really looking for any support, just something comfy to sleep in so i dont roll over on my boobs.

    Not maternity!!

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    I'm a 10/12 H and I wear the crop top style from target. I did buy the 'ahhbra' but they're more expensive and the store ones are just as good! I buy them in a 10 so that I get the tightness around the bottom and then I wear 2 at a time which makes me feel comfortable and contained :-)

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    This kind of style ^

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    I'm a 10/12 H and I wear the crop top style from target. I did buy the 'ahhbra' but they're more expensive and the store ones are just as good! I buy them in a 10 so that I get the tightness around the bottom and then I wear 2 at a time which makes me feel comfortable and contained :-)

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    This kind of style ^
    Yep, I wear something like this too. I think I got them from kmart.

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    I'm a 14F and I wear the singlets with the built in crop top. I currently have a bonds one that I bought from target. They definitely help keep everything contained.

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    I am about a 14F usually, but currently breastfeeding. I bought some maternity crop tops from Big W, Emerson brand, for about $10 I think. I bought the XL somewhat sceptically without trying it on, but it fits really well. I went back and bought more!

    There's nothing really 'maternity' about them. They're just normal crop tops.

    I don't wear them for sleeping anymore, but just around during the day. Pretty comfy, and just supportive enough. Spent lots of money on maternity bras, but really just wear the crop tops!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    I'm a 10/12 H and I wear the crop top style from target. I did buy the 'ahhbra' but they're more expensive and the store ones are just as good! I buy them in a 10 so that I get the tightness around the bottom and then I wear 2 at a time which makes me feel comfortable and contained :-)

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    This kind of style ^
    Yep I wear this kind of thing too.

    And like another PP, I also alternate and wear a singlet with built in crop-top. I wear an 8 in singlet even though I'm currently 12G. They keep the girls nice and secure

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    I wear the target maternity ones. Comfortable but sometimes I wake up and one of the girls have fallen out!

    No biggie. I'm comfy and happy wearing them even though I no longer BF.

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    There are bonds dig lets with a built in crop top that are great. I wear them to bed since having my bub as my boobs aren't the same anymore!


 

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