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    Default Plus size bras with small cups

    I'm desperately trying to find bras that fit I'm a 20a-b cup and I find that bras over size 16 start at a c cup. Help! Where can I get my size?

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    Have you tried the website zodee? I just looked and they seem to have a few 20b's.

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    Target some times have plain cotton ones.

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    Try Blestbras.com.au

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    In a 20/22 b and I get my bras at City chic. Love this one below. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1438334798.562226.jpg

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    Default Plus size bras with small cups

    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    Have you tried the website zodee? I just looked and they seem to have a few 20b's.
    Ty I'll have a look
    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Target some times have plain cotton ones.
    I used to wear a bra in 20c at target but they discontinued the size 20 line nothing else there fits. Same for best and less and Kmart. I haven't tried big w or Myers yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WannaBMummy82 View Post
    Try Blestbras.com.au
    Ty I'll have a look
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    In a 20/22 b and I get my bras at City chic. Love this one below. Attachment 71977
    I just brought 4 20b bras from city chic on sale and in store they fitted I've had a few days to test them out and they are way to big the underwire dogs into my underarm and the cup gapes 1cm standing and 2-3cm sitting.

    I wish bigger girls with small boobs were catered to more for bras we all don't have a huge chest

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    I suffer the same troubles - I'm a 22 C/D.. Most 20+ bras are immediately DD, E etc.. I was a B before having kids and stayed C or D after.
    I've had the most luck at kmart recently!
    I used to get Todays Woman bras at best and less and big w, but I haven't seen them around for ages (typical of finding something you love!)

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    I agree. I'm so over having trouble finding bras. Maybe try big girls don't cry I've also gotten a couple there.

    I hated this suggestion but I often get told to just use extender straps on smaller bras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumat View Post
    I suffer the same troubles - I'm a 22 C/D.. Most 20+ bras are immediately DD, E etc.. I was a B before having kids and stayed C or D after.
    I've had the most luck at kmart recently!
    I used to get Todays Woman bras at best and less and big w, but I haven't seen them around for ages (typical of finding something you love!)
    I know isn't that always the way happened to me with the target bra
    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    I agree. I'm so over having trouble finding bras. Maybe try big girls don't cry I've also gotten a couple there.

    I hated this suggestion but I often get told to just use extender straps on smaller bras.
    Yeah I was thinking I might have to do that at least a 18b-c (I think that's what I'd need) is more common but I hate the feel of an extender makes it feel less supported and out of whack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jensha View Post
    I know isn't that always the way happened to me with the target bra


    Yeah I was thinking I might have to do that at least a 18b-c (I think that's what I'd need) is more common but I hate the feel of an extender makes it feel less supported and out of whack.
    Have you been fitted by one of the fitting staff in the stores?


 

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