Best bras?... need your help girlies.

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by daneeyah, Aug 25, 2007.

  1. daneeyah

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    I'm having the hardest time finding the right bra.
    I want something that will hold em real well, but not change my bust shape.
    The strongest bra out there that will hold em in place are sport bras, and thats not what I'm looking for.. especially since they just squish them.
    I want a strong under wired bra, that will neither decrease nor increase my bust size.
    Where can I find one!? :run:


    btw, I've tried Victoria, I've tried Bally's, I've tried almost everything.. still nothing holds the way I want it to.

    Give me good brand names please, with somewhat decent prices.
    Thanks :wavey:
     
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  4. daneeyah

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    no pics sorry..
    i just need advice please.

    Where are the girls in here?
     
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    apparently most girls arent wearing the correct bra size/cup

    i hear Nordstrom is a great place to get measured (where as Victoria Secret is not)
    go get measured at Nordys and you might be surprised at the result
     
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    my co-worker went reacently and they sized her at a 32D
    looking at her boobs, NO WAY IN HELL are they Ds (i would have guessed 34B and I think that's what she wore before)
    but she said she tried on a couple bras and they really did fit her better. She felt like her boobs were much neater and supported

    try it out :dunno:
     
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    back size plays a part in measuring which is probably why they said Ds instead of Bs
     
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    thanks for the Bra Basics 101 crash course :ugh2:
     
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  12. hitzchicky

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    i just found really nice ones at jcpenny actually. ambrielle is the brand i believe. they come in all sizes. do you have large breasts? is that why you can't find good ones? i have a hard time because it's difficult to find nice ones in a DD. there's no way im going with a walmart playtex just my size. i have found ones i like at VS, and fredericks of hollywood as well. the ambrielle ones at JCPenny though are nice.
     
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    I'm probably of no help since I'm small busted, but I have had luck with a couple of Target bras, believe it or not.

    VS partakes in vanity sizing I think, so it's so difficult to find a bra there that fits the same as another type of the same size.

    Also, I have to agree with JCP - I'm surprised by their undergarment choices.
     
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    yeah, me too! i was able to find ones that fit in bright attractive colors. it's nice to be able to match them with my underwear. i love bright colored underwear, but i can never find any bra's to match.
     
  15. daneeyah

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    I've actually never been to JcPenny believe if or not haha.
    Maybe I'll go check out their bras though.
    I am a full C, low D, don't know if thats considered large :dunno:
    But the thing is they move around a lot, They don't stay in place, and its very annoying bc I have to keep fixing myself in public.
    I'll check out JCPenny though. Thanks!! :wavey:





    Thanks for your help!
    I actually used to wear the wrong bra size, but I went to get measured at Victoria Secret recently and they said that I could wear a 34 C or a 32 D and be fine.
    :dunno:

    So I'm thinking the problem now is that I'm wearing the wrong type of bra. Not necessarily that I'm wearing the wrong size anymore.

    Thanks again.
     

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