• Bras in my size?

    MissRose [sign in to see picture]
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    I'm at 32DD in my M&S bras - but unfortunately lovehoney only do one design in this size that I'm not too fond of...

    can anyone advise what other sizes might fit (isn't there a increase cup/drop band size thing? :S)

    MrPink [sign in to see picture]
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    You could try a 34D, but unless the 32 band is already pretty snug you'll probsbly find the 34 band doesn't go tight enough for the bra to work properly. Otherwise, the alternative is a 30E, which if you can't get 32DD is unlikely to be available.

    I think in all honesty you'll need to look a bit further afield for your bras - and with lovely sized boobs as you have it is important you get well-fitting bras. I nearly always get mine fitted, and my fitting lady is pretty good at finding sizes tha work for me that aren't my 'normal' 38C. Usually this involves a 36-something in a brand where the band size is more generous than usual, so I suspect you'll end up in the 30-32 band size which is best served by the various shops specialising in bigger boobs. I don't often wear M&S bras now, but from memory, the band sizing is usually about right (I used to find the cup sizing a bit strange, though).

    One final thing, though; you might be able to get aweay with a 32D if you don't mind the over-filled effect - probably better for the bedroom thsn the office! Might work in a balconette style; yoy'll probably have trouble keeping it all in a plunge style. Or an unpadded syle with stretchy cups?

    subbysam [sign in to see picture]
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    Oh I love m and s underwear. :) but I find it often comes up a little big so on another site you may want a slightly bigger size, so I'd definately look at a 34D.

    I've been measured in different bra shops with fields apart in measurements so find I prefer to measure myself for a bra measuring my underbust for the length of band where I like my band to sit and measureing the largest point of my breasts for cup size. The the cup is the difference between the 2 in inches, (1 inch in difference being an a 2 inches a b etc)

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