My boobs are outraged.

Recently, my tits grew. I’m not sure when exactly because, due to my deep deep hatred of bra shopping, I put up with spilling out of ill-fitting bras for months. When the last hooks on my bras threatened to snap off suddenly and violently, I decided to brave the hideousness of the department store lingerie section.

I’m quite pear shaped, so it was only with this recent booby growth that I made it into plus size bra territory (I’m now a AUS 16D, which I think equates to a US 38D). With my new back-to-cup ratio I have apparently made the transition into completely sexless bras.

Helllooooooo boys.

I don’t know about you, but it’s a wee bit hard to think “I break hearts for a living” when encased in this much beige microfibre.

Even the prettier, less practical bras – like this absurdly expensive one by Fayreform – subject my tits to an unnecessary amount of control.

HI. I'M STRAPPED IN.

My hatred for bra shopping has now increased tenfold.

What’s the deal? Who decided that bangers, once past a certain size, must have enforced sexlessness thrust upon them?! MY BOOBS ARE TOO FABULOUS FOR THIS SHIT.

I need your help, Fatosphere. I know there are many of you that have been dealing with this crap for many years and have worked out which brands flatter the girls and which try to hide them from the world completely. Where should I go? What should I buy?

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60 Responses to “My boobs are outraged.”


  1. 1 Natalie 5 October, 2009 at 10:24 pm

    Don’t ask me! As a 20G my boobs have been decreed BEYOND SEXY. My bras come up to my fucking neck and I can no longer wear any low cut garments.

    It makes me want to cry!

    I would love to be able to wear the second bra you have here…!

    • 2 Frances 5 October, 2009 at 10:34 pm

      I enlisted all the staff to help me find the second bra: “I need a bra I can wear with a v-neck. 16D. Go.” Out of the entire store they found two (which I know is two more than a lot of well-bosomed fatties can get).

  2. 3 Sun 6 October, 2009 at 12:27 am

    My bra issues are not the boobs, which have headed south now that I’m older, but the underarm/back area. I’ve VERY wide, and was even when I was a bodybuilder. I’m built like a male linebacker with tits in the upper body. My mother, however, had HUGE Italian boobs all her life and would only wear those 1950′s Platex thingys that made her boobs look like cones of hardened plastic.
    Love the second bra, it’s purty!

  3. 4 Ms Constantine 6 October, 2009 at 12:30 am

    Damn lady. It’s like the bra people are trying to make it look like your boobs don’t exist! B cupped ladies get to push their boobs up and out but D cupped ladies have to strap them in. BOO!

    Sorry I can’t be of any help. I just wanted to lament with you.
    The second bra is very pretty, but you really need something that will show your cleavage in all its fabulousness instead of tucking it away.

  4. 5 Kate 6 October, 2009 at 12:53 am

    I’m not sure how helpful this will be as these are U.S. stores, but Lane Bryant, Frederick’s of Hollywood, and if you are a band size 38 or smaller, Victoria’s Secret all have good bras that have support AND are cute.

  5. 6 Ray 6 October, 2009 at 12:54 am

    Try Freya and Fantasie. Both excellent brands with pretty and sexy bras available. Not sure how things are over there but in recent years the bigger high street stores have become better at selling pretty bras in bigger cup sizes. Most now go up to a G cup. Debenhams and Marks and Spencer are good. The worst thing is that to get quality bras you have to pay a small fortune. Grr. That’s just boobist.

  6. 8 Jess 6 October, 2009 at 1:09 am

    Hrm. In the US, in particular NJ, about 10 minutes from my boyfriend’s parent’s house (eight hours from ours), is a shop called Bare Necessities (http://www.barenecessities.com/). But they do not ship out of the US. :( It’s a good place to look for styles, though.

    My standby was/is the Le Mystere Dream Tisha. It gets toasty when it’s warm out, but it keeps me in place. It’s pretty boring, though. I tend to like a bit of control and shaping, and my collection consists of LM, Chantelle, Prima Donna, and Fayreform. The PDs aren’t that great for control, but they give me a nice shape. The LMs are great for no bounce. I had some Goddess bras, they were alright, but nothing to sing and dance about(no lie!) like the day I tried on(and bought) a LM.

    It may be that you need to break in the Fayreform, sometimes the bras will start off a bit restrictive, but then after a few wears and washes, they’re fine. Mine will start off nice and tight, and by wear number 3, it’s a definite “hrm I will wear a baggy shirt so you can’t see the wrinkles” bra.

    When I wore a US 36G (AUS 14G, perhaps?), I tried the plus-sized shops, and got nothing but snobbery from the clerks. No bras there. :(

    Another wonderful website: http://www.plussizebras.info . The Retailers page has a good listing of brands and stores that might ship to or be in Australia.

    There is Bravissimo (http://www.bravissimo.com/), they sell good(looking) things, and it appears they will ship to Australia. I think my bf’s ex has shopped with them, and I don’t recall her having anything bad to say. I think at the time she said she was wearing a 38/16F.

    Sheesh, this comment went on 4 paragraphs too long… sorry. :p

  7. 9 cutselvage 6 October, 2009 at 1:19 am

    Good brands – Freya, Fantasie and Panache. Try getting fitted in a non-department store that stocks these brands, find your size, and get thee to Figleaves or Bravissimo, or Biggerbras. :D

  8. 10 nathreee 6 October, 2009 at 1:21 am

    Marlies Dekkers is a bra maker who believes in Sexy and Comfortable for all sizes. Celebrities like Madonna have praised her bras. Try some google-fu to see where you can buy them near you. I have to warn you though, they aren’t cheap.

  9. 11 Laura P 6 October, 2009 at 1:40 am

    I don’t know about Aus, but over here in the UK it’s fairly easy to get lovely bras in a 38D. I’m a 34F myself, and I have bras from Fantasie, Freya and Panache.

    Maybe look up those brands with some stockists over in Aus?

  10. 13 CassandraSays 6 October, 2009 at 1:44 am

    Freya will make you happy…and poor, granted, but at least you’ll look great?

    Dunno where you would buy them in Aussieland, though. figleaves.com has them if you want to check them out at least.

  11. 14 Limor 6 October, 2009 at 2:18 am

    OMG I’m laughing so hard. I’m in the US and wear a 38DDD. Ain’t nothing cute about my bras. I usually buy my bras at Lane Bryant since they actually carry my size and even though they have some cute bras I find that they don’t really work for my massive rack. Apparently you can have lace and a demi cup unless you also use fabric which has no support.

  12. 15 Michelle 6 October, 2009 at 2:23 am

    I’ve had good luck with Chantelle bras, but I’m not sure if they’re available in Australia – you might try eBay? I’m a US 32G, no idea what that translates to in AUS sizes. (my bra tag just has Italian, France, US, and British sizes) No other suggestions really, I definitely feel your pain though!

  13. 16 Electrogirl 6 October, 2009 at 2:51 am

    Seriously! I want to cry when I walk into a lingerie section and see dozens of cute bras that might possibly come in up to a C cup. 36 band, max, because of course anyone who isn’t skinny doesn’t need cute bras. Ever since my slender A-cup sister moved back home, I have to squash feelings of deep envy when I do the laundry. I’m rocking a 38D and it’s hard enough to find bras that fit in my size; I can’t imagine how hard it must be for ladies with the Rack O’ Doom. Attractive, affordable bras that fit? Hahaha, no. Pick two out of the three. (I chose ‘affordable’ and ‘fits well’. Beige microfiber. Sorry, can’t help you with ‘attractive’.)

    Society tells us that women must wear bras, be sexy, and have large tits, and then the bra manufacturers refuse to make sexy bras for said large tits. It makes me want to scream.

  14. 17 baconsmom 6 October, 2009 at 3:02 am

    I just bought a bra from Bravissimo.com (it’s a British site) that’s black, lacy, and low-cut. Like, really low. And I’m a US 40L (that’s right – these suckers stick out an entire foot from my chest!).

    As a US38D, you should be able to find sexy things just about anywhere. Frederick’s of Hollywood sells lovely stuff up to an F cup; Lane Bryant had some delicious demi-cups in store this month that I cried over not being able to have.

    If you google “plus-size bras” or “large-cup bras”, you’ll find a lot of options in that size, seriously.

  15. 18 cyllan 6 October, 2009 at 3:25 am

    Expensive Bras. Find a place that sells them, save up your cash, and then grit your teeth and drop WAY TOO MUCH money on a bra. (Intimacy is my Go-To place, but it’s in the US and so probably not helpful for you.)

    The one that I’m wearing (and I’m one cup size larger; same band) right this very second cost me $200.00 US, but it’s white and lacy and drop-dead sexy. (It’s the most expensive one that I own; most are in the 80-$125 range.) It also has outlasted 2-3 pairs of Victoria Secret bras with no sign of wearing out, gets worn nearly every other day, and is super-comfy. And it makes my chest look awesome.

    A friend who is somewhere in the 38J size has sexy bras from the same store. She’s more limited in her options, but they do carry pretty ones even that large. Good luck.

  16. 19 Ashley 6 October, 2009 at 4:41 am

    I just bow out of the issue entirely. I’m a 38E+ (currently breastfeeding, so boob size changes by the hour) and completely braless. And no, it doesn’t hurt.

  17. 20 Joy 6 October, 2009 at 5:13 am

    Sorry, but as someone who has been well above a D cup since age 12, I’m finding it hard to really be sympathetic to your complaints. You’re not as covered up as you think you are, and while I would love to have the option of wearing either of those bras, but the vast majority of bras above a D cup come up in the middle and really do make wearing low cut shirts difficult.

    Brands I do like, however, include Fayreform, Freya, and Chantelle.

    • 21 Frances 6 October, 2009 at 9:35 am

      Aha, I knew I’d get at least one “Shut up, you small titted bitch” comment!

      Boobs are rather new to me. I was pretty well flat-chested until I hit my mid-teens when I managed to fit a small 12B cup. Then I hit 14C a couple of years ago and now that I’m a 16D, the options in my usual bra haunts have dried up. Brands I used to buy don’t make my size. Since I truly despise bra shopping, this post means I don’t have to waste hours scouring racks for bras that won’t fit.

      By the way, the first bra I’m wearing (which, incidentally, does come up in the middle and cannot be worn with a low cut shirt) is by Berlei, who make bras up to quite a large size, so you may be able to find the same style in your size.

      • 22 Joy 6 October, 2009 at 2:45 pm

        I know how much it sucks – every time I go into Victoria’s Secret to get my free panties they ask why I’m not using the coupon for a bra, too, and every time I tell them that I might…if they carried my size. I guess VS doesn’t see the need to make 32Gs.

        I think my objection was to you terming all bras in a 38D “sexless.” The beige bra, while not exactly sexy, also isn’t a granny bra. The second one really is sexy!

        Honestly, a 38D, at least in the States, really isn’t even that hard to find, either. Target has them, so does VS and every major department stores.

  18. 23 Jen 6 October, 2009 at 7:04 am

    I just did the exact same thing this weekend. From a 40C to a 40D. All of the cute bras go up to a 40C and that’s it. Any help finding a plus-sized sexy bra would be much appreciated.

  19. 24 Faye 6 October, 2009 at 7:05 am

    Bravissimo is your saviour!

    I’ve had plus-size boobs since I was 15 and finding nice, teenage friendly bras was a nightmare. I hated them so much I’d wear “minimiser” bras and hide them away under massive tops. Or, I’d wear bras that were suitable for an old lady who planned on hiding under a rock, which was definitely not suitable for someone who was discovering what sex was either.

    And then, Bravissimo was discovered! Granted, some of their things are expensive, but I’ve never felt so supported and comfortable wearing bras from there. My ginormous penulous boobs went from being purely irritating to being fabulous and sexy!

    http://www.bravissimo.com/

    xo

  20. 25 tanteterri 6 October, 2009 at 8:26 am

    I wear size 48G, and I am mystified why it is seemingly impossible to find a well fitting bra that is also sexy – or at least attractive! Especially since I prefer front-hook!

  21. 26 Giggz 6 October, 2009 at 8:35 am

    I’m a 34DD (US sizes) and I try to shop at Victoria’s Secret… Seems to work out for me.

  22. 27 Selvinas 6 October, 2009 at 9:27 am

    I feel bad for you -.- Just keep looking on the net and eventually you’ll find something.
    I have kind of the same problem.
    I don’t want push up bra’s ^^””
    Very difficult too find, but after looking centuries I’ll eventually find them.

    But what about the markets?
    Cuz my markets also have big beautiful bra’s.
    Good luck!

  23. 28 ali 6 October, 2009 at 9:43 am

    try lane bryant plunge bras-they go up to DDD i think, and they give awesome cleavage!

  24. 29 KateF 6 October, 2009 at 10:13 am

    I’m embarrassed, I recently bought both those bras that you’re wearing :-( I was pleased to find something to fit me.

    Go to Bravissimo when you get to London, they have DELICIOUS stuff.

    On another topic all together, if you haven’t already seen this interview, you can thank me later

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/sep/27/fashion-health-and-wellbeing

    (She’s so hot!)

    • 30 Frances 6 October, 2009 at 10:43 am

      Ha, we’re bra sisters! Don’t be embarrassed – it was such a pain finding these two that I was relieved when I got them (especially after wearing an ill-fitting bra for at least 6 months). But… they are rather sexless. The Boyfriend remarked “You look… functional” (thanks, babe).

      Thank you for the interview! Ahhh Crystal, always breaking my heart. And did you see her rocking the dreaded harem pants in the top picture…?

  25. 31 Tara 6 October, 2009 at 10:24 am

    Hiya, I’m a 16G, and I feel your pain! There’s a great shop in Brisbane called Evie Boo Lingerie, http://www.evieboolingerie.com.au/index.aspx which, while pricey, has beautiful bras with awesome support. I usually buy Freya (AWESOME sports bras, the girls don’t go anywhere, even when running), and Fayreform. Also look out for stocktake sales etc at Myer, David Jones etc, I got 3 Fayreform bras (usually $70 each) for $15 each in the last sales! Ebay is also good, if you get fitted properly and know your size, you can get expensive brands quite cheap. Good luck!

  26. 32 Diana 6 October, 2009 at 11:47 am

    I buy all my bras here: http://www.lanebryant.com/section/Cacique/4043.uts. They have a bunch of different styles and sizes, and what I like best is that they have some that are COTTON, because I cannot – I will not – be encased in beige microfiber. Also, matching undies FTW.

  27. 33 geekanachronism 6 October, 2009 at 12:34 pm

    I’m J cup so even plus size is too small. I’m also breastfeeding and up to L for the moment. Two Aussie suppliers are BellaForma )www.bellaforma.com.au) and if you’re in Brisbane try Big Girls Don’t Cry (www.brastogo.com.au).

    And seriously, you can get bras at almost any store – I wish I were still a D cup! Mind you, if you got fitted at one of the chain stores, they’ll jam you in to anything just to sell you something.

    • 34 Frances 6 October, 2009 at 2:46 pm

      It’s not so much the cup that’s the problem as the back. True, when I go bra shopping I can find a lot of D cups, but most of the lines I see stop at a 14D. It seems like once you get past a size 14 back size, shit gets ugly or shit gets expensive.

      • 35 geekanachronism 7 October, 2009 at 4:30 pm

        I think I’ve become so used to the crap I can get at 14J that I can’t even think of what a sexy bra looks like (hence forgetting that most of the ranges that do 16+ in back are little old grandma brands). Do check out bellaforma – the woman who runs it is really lovely. I’d get sized somewhere that has sizes way above your own though – last time I got fitted anywhere but a specialist I got jammed into an 18G because that was the biggest they had.

  28. 36 lilli 6 October, 2009 at 3:50 pm

    It’ll take some hunting because they seem to be going out of production, but the Jessie Bra from Finelines is hands-down the sexiest size 16d (or 16dd, or 16e) bra I’ve ever worn. And cheap (thank christ!) There’s no extra padding, it’s a true balconette, it’s convertible… http://www.zodee.com.au/womens/fine-lines/jessie/j016/
    Try the lingerie clearance shops in your local factory outlet. And buy a few – I’m going to cry like a baby when my stockpile finally wears out

  29. 37 La di Da 6 October, 2009 at 9:32 pm

    Believe it or not, eBay can get you some gems in the bra department. I wear a 24D (46D) and regularly buy quite pretty and sexy bras from there. There seem to be lots of sellers with end-of-line discounted bras, like two-seasons-ago Lane Bryant and Torrid, and random brands no one’s ever heard of. And because bras are light, they don’t cost much in postage, as well as the exchange rates being much more favourable these days. I recently got a black lace ‘extreme plunge’ bra off eBay and it is very very sexy!

  30. 38 Kath 6 October, 2009 at 10:12 pm

    Bra shopping in Australia?

    BWAAHAHAHAHAAAA!!

    Yeah right. I am a 26DD. There is NOTHING out there for me unless I’m willing to spend HUNDREDS of dollars.

    I went to the US a couple of years ago. All of the major chains, from department stores like Walmart through to the snazzy ones like Nieman Marcus have bras to my size, and in a far more affordable price. $25 for a nice plain cotton bra in my size that I can only get in a 24DD in Target at Lane Bryant. And they had loads of fancy styles too.

    Screw buying Australian, they don’t cater to me. Now that I know my size and favoured styles, I just buy the bloody things mail order and have them shipped here.

  31. 40 becca 7 October, 2009 at 12:02 am

    Get fitted in Myers/DJs for the Fayreform bras. Then go home and type into ebay. I get most of my (brand new, with tags) fayreform bras for $30 from a ebay shop called satinandlace and I’m the somewhat hard to find size 12G.

  32. 41 alison 7 October, 2009 at 5:36 pm

    Hello there you gorgeous thing. Beige microfibre is no-one’s aesthetic friend, but I do like bra #2. Reading through the comments, I don’t think anyone suggested Simone Perele. The selection in the department stores is useless if you’re above a 14, but the outlets (in Brisbane, where I live, they’re at DFO) have sizes up to 18F (which is an 18E in other brands). After years of feeling frumpy in beige, beige and more beige, with a twist of white if I was lucky, I was ridiculously excited to have a choice of styles (tassels! little buttons! froufrou!), a choice of colours, and the option to be fancy. I paid about $60 per bra at the outlet, and they have a loyalty program so I got 10% of the purchase price back in vouchers a couple of months later.
    Good luck with your brasearch.

  33. 42 Tish 8 October, 2009 at 6:05 pm

    I’m a 14G(AUS) – I hear your pain!!

    When I still squeezed into a 14E, I found the BEST bra of all time was the Berlei 5Ways. It’s a plain black, 5 way converter bra which makes your tits look great, can be worn with anything, and is still sexy as a cat.

    Even now that I spill out of them a little, I still love them.

    Usually about $60 from Myers but you often get them on sale :)

  34. 43 Mathilde 8 October, 2009 at 8:50 pm

    ABSOLUTELY go to Bravissimo in London. I can NOT recommend it enough. I am a 34J (yeah, seriously) and was wearing the wrong size for years. When I went to London, I visited Bravissimo and got fitted properly for the first time ever. I have been ordering the same two bras from them for four years now, because predictably I can’t get fitted again anywhere in Western Australia. Their postage is reasonable and their shipping doesn’t take too long. LOVE THEM – they have saved my boobs, back and confidence!

    • 44 Frances 8 October, 2009 at 9:38 pm

      I’m going to March in London and Bravissimo is on my list of stores to go to. Once I know what size I am in their bras, I will definitely have their website bookmarked.

  35. 45 Julia 13 October, 2009 at 4:09 am

    I used to buy my bras at department stores such as Myer and David Jones. They were trying to squeeze me into 18Es, which were way to big around the back and way to small in the cup. I went to a wedding expo and got chased down by a lady from Debras. She was shouting “we can help you, we can help you!” It must have looked pretty saggy in those the 18E!!

    They are based in Sydney…but do have a website where you can order bras.
    http://www.debras.com.au/

    I went to their shop, and the shop assistant comes into the change room with you and shows you how to fit your boobs into a bra (quite a bit hands-on but its worth it) The tape measure approach is useless, they have to fit the bra according to the shape of your boobs, their droop etc. I found out that I am actually a 14H. I love my bras! they are pretty! and no longer do my bras hang out around my belly button! And the wire doesn’t poke out and I can wear low cut tops because I have cleavage, the bra doesn’t show…and if it does show it doesn’t matter because it doesn’t look like I stole my grandma’s bra!

  36. 46 Josee 14 October, 2009 at 3:23 am

    What??? I’m a 38DD and I have no problem finding bras. I shop at Victoria’s Secret, I hope that helps.

  37. 47 Adrienne Lowe 14 October, 2009 at 4:48 am

    Oh honey. Thank you for this post. (And for the musings on the Lagerfeld BS I just read.) I have struggled with this issue since I was old enough to consider someone else seeing my bra. I look forward to reading the comments to see if anyone has any suggestions for the 36+ D+ of us.

    Adrienne
    http://cracktheplates.com
    a vegan food & hospitality blog

  38. 48 Renee 15 October, 2009 at 3:32 pm

    Funny post! Something I get asked daily!
    If you need some help let me know and I can help you or if you are in Melbourne I can take you shopping.
    There are oodles of good bras out there you just have to know where to look and what to look for.
    If you check out my blog I have heaps of info that will help you.

    Bra Queen xx
    http://www.braqueen.blogspot.com

  39. 49 thepocketrocket 16 October, 2009 at 9:44 am

    Woman you are BRAVE. I’ve been wanting to post an entry about the horrendousness of finding bras that fit but I’m scared of showcasing my busoms to the interwebs!

    I have a terrible time finding bras – my (UK) bra size amounts to something like 52AAAAAA, the large back to small cup ratio is so huge! I have to make do with 38A’s, using back extenders and hope for the best. The problem then is that the side bands are narrow and squidge under my side fat. GAAAAAHHHH!!!

    okay, rant over! I really hope you manage to find some good bras (I have to say, that second one is still very pretty) :)

  40. 50 Annie Robinson 21 October, 2009 at 11:13 am

    Hi. I’m a 16-18D. I have no trouble with gorgeous bras, ones that don’t bind like some sort of torture device. Expense? Well, the more expensive, doesn’t mean nicer. I just picked up a target 16d t-shirt bra, slight push up for $13. It’s nice. Not pretty, feminine or lacy, but I like it and it makes my boobs look pretty hot without the corset like quality you get with some push ups. From your pics, I can safely say I am bigger than you all over and still I find no problems with bras. My fave tshirt bra is either the berlei barely there (boring but good) or the bonds medium support tshirt bra. You don’t need lace and frou frou under clingy stuff any way. As for pretty bars, I ahve those too and have not encountered any issues. I wouldn’t want to be a 10a any way, would you?

    • 51 Frances 21 October, 2009 at 12:08 pm

      Considering we’re the exact same size in bras, I don’t know how you can “safely say” you’re bigger than me all over…

      I don’t want lace. Lace under clothing makes my boobies look bumpy and I don’t want that. I just don’t want the feeling that my tits are strapped in. Which is how the first bra makes me feel, and I’m wearing a Berlei Barely There. I want to be able to wear scoop neck and v-neck tops and dresses without having my bra stubbornly expose itself constantly. I’ve tried Bonds bras and it’s like wearing a cotton bowl over each tit, so they fail my criteria.

      That’s awesome that you haven’t had any difficulties in finding pretty bras, but obviously I have. So what brands do you buy? What shops do you go to?

  41. 52 Annie Robinson 21 October, 2009 at 11:15 am

    Bad typos, sorry. The text for typing is very light and I can’t find my glasses. Apologies.

  42. 53 WildlyParenthetical 31 October, 2009 at 3:06 pm

    My recommendation for a good everyday bra that will give you cleavage under lowcut tops in larger sizes is fantasie’s smoothing balconette/y bra. I’m a 32G and they are my precious, precious babies. No strapping down, supportive and no lumpies under clingy tops. Bellaforma, my go-to shop in oz, doesn’t have them, but they do offer a great return policy *within* australia if you find stuff you like there. But when you’re in London, check out the fantasie smoothings, coz they are <3 :-) Good luck in your search!

  43. 54 La BellaDonna 5 November, 2009 at 10:10 am

    Believe it or not, dear mainstay of Teh Sexaaay, Frederick’s of Hollywood, fredericks.com, has some LOVELY bras in, coincidentally, your size! They support prettily, in silver-embroidered scarlets, or lavender-frosted black, or a fabulous peach-and-fuschia! And if you buy two at a time, you can get them for under thirty dollars each, which is nearly unheard of in larger sizes!

    There are some wonderful bras out in Bra Land, even in large sizes; they often come with wonderful price tags, too. But you’re in a size range which will fit nicely into what they offer. I would suggest among the bras to try are the FULL CUP version (it has three sections to the bra cup – VERY IMPORTANT for lift and support), such as http://www.fredericks.com/Satin_+amp+_Lace_Full_Cup_Bra/51345,default,pd.html?cgid=br15 – you should be able to add some very pretty bras to your collection. And the fit isn’t weird, either. Good Hunting!

  44. 55 Bekka 26 November, 2009 at 9:48 am

    I’ve had surprisingly good luck on ebay just searching for my size. I found ONE bra that fit in Fredericks of Hollywood…but there was zero support for the girls and, well, inch wide straps and leopard print aren’t really my thing–you might have better luck than I have though, D-cups are pretty standard in stores like that. I’ve given up on stores, apparently 32G doesn’t happen anywhere but in comic books. :’(

  45. 56 Sally Rose 28 January, 2011 at 9:39 pm

    Hi there

    I always use Beau Dame Lingerie for pretty bra’s and Bikini Swimwear as they always have my size as I am a 36FF. I haven’t been able to find swimwear in my size for so long and I have just bought a beautiful Amalfi Tankini that fits perfectly! prices are great too! hope this helps you x

  46. 57 Christine 14 February, 2011 at 7:55 am

    Although they can be a little pricey I would suggest Intimacy. They fo a custom bra fitting and have in store sizes up to J… Plus you can get them altered or add extra padding if needed. Trust me your boobs will thank you

  47. 58 Kate 21 March, 2011 at 2:43 am

    Yey it’s only been about a month since the last comment so I can still comment.

    I have that bra in 3 colours and I love it. People who want to feel me up don’t love it SOOOO much “hmmmph… card board bra…. grrrrr”

    I’ve had DD since year 10 so paying 65ish dollars a pop just seems normal to me, doesn’t everyone spend that much?

    These days I buy in bulk during that magical time between xmas and NY and I rotate as much as possible to keep them in their proper shapes.

  48. 59 Kat 19 April, 2011 at 6:45 pm

    I’m from NZ and my favourite bra was bought at David jones in Melbourne. It was hella expensive but it makes my 20f or g cups look awesome. The brand is Simone Perele and the style is Avant Premiere. I have one in cream and one in deep purple. Worth the money.

  49. 60 brooke 23 May, 2012 at 2:18 am

    im an australian 14J and i know it sucks trying to find a bra that is “sexy” i am 18 and tho my bf doesnt care finding bras is an occassion of dread – however bras in paradise is an australian shop that stocks beautiful bras in small sizes and up to even my size :)


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