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    As someone who was in her first real bra at 11 I can understand how awful it is for her. Having said that I also know the importance of wearing the right bra. I was an E cup by the time I was in year 8 and am a G cup now.

    I would buy some cheap ones from kmart in a couple of different sizes. I would say either a A or a B and go from there. They have some cute bras there. Work on her t-shirt size and see how you go. You can always take them back if they are the wrong size.

    Let her try them on by herself and tell her to let you know what shes comfortable in. Don't make a big thing about it. Its just part of life.

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    Hey!
    I've only just discovered Intimo, and the service might work for your DD! It means she can get fitted and choose her perfect style without having to go to the shops, as they offer personal fittings in your home! Truth be told, my mum forcing me into a good bra when I was young I think has helped keep my E cups from sitting at my knees!
    Good luck!

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    My DD is 13 and never had a fitting despite now being a 10D. She started with crops at about 10 and was almost constantly changing from there. Our BigW has a great Youth bra bar...small sizes for a small back size but with cup sizes too....just start with her clothing size in an A cup and go from there. They are only $10 or so each.

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    I would buy her a nice sports bra (bit extra money) for school etc like at lorna Jane not sure if you have seen those? Not sure on budget.

    My only concern on boobs is exercise. So PE, netball etc not really sitting in class room.

    I would personally be freaked if my mum went 'hey this is how you try a bra on 😂' or let's goto a fitting together.' Just let her go with flow. I'm sure her confidence will come does she wear bathers Pom poms

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    Give her some choices, I mean buy her different ones.. let he choose what/if she likes.


 

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