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Re: Advice on a bra...

Post by loui1981 on 7th April 2016, 6:57 am

Bra shopping can be mixed. I am not sure if it is different with different shaped implants or profiles but I fins certain bras suit my assets and others look awful. I have some nice balcony bras for the evening but they bounce and so not good for support.  I like the full cup side support bras by fantasie as give me a nice shape. I also like the maximum support embroidered ones in good old marks n Spencer for the same reason. Today I'm in a jumper to work so can get away with a m n s zip up sports bra. Even a year on I still wear my sports bra sometimes for the times of the month when you want the bra version of a one sie and slippers
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Post by Lucy106 on 7th April 2016, 7:00 am

Yeah I find bra shopping a bit of a mare!! I want to wear sheer thin flimsy bras but then u have the nipple issue!! I find the moulded cup ones make me look bigger than I want but they are the most practical!!

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Post by loui1981 on 7th April 2016, 7:15 am

I do have a nice mesh one from m n s. Fig leaves have an outlet too where you can browse your size which is nice x
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