Post # 1
My dress is the Adorae by Soretto and Midgley(sorry about spelling). This dress is a corset style and you can not wear a bra with it! I am a size 32 D. I have smaller boobs and I want something to help push up and maybe add a cup size. When putting this dress on I loved it, but without a bra i feel like it is pushing me down and making me feel like I have a flat chest. Need something to push up and add a little. All help is appreciated! Thanks Catherine
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Post # 4
I’m thinking of using something like this: http://www.amazon.com/Braza-Sew-In-Cups/dp/B000XMKQAO
I’d be interested to hear other ideas
Post # 5
I have no advice, but just wondering if that is a typo or are D-cups actually considered “smaller”?
Post # 6
I am a 34b and my dress has a corset back as well. I had them sew in cups to the dress but they just aren’t cutting it. I ordered these from Amazon after some suggestions from friends. The reviews aren’t bad so I am going to give it a try:
The issue I was having is the “no lift” factor along with having the top so tight it was uncomfortable, I am really hoping that these help. My wedding is Saturday so I can let you know if they were a hit or a miss!!!
Post # 7
@reebee: I was thinking this, too.
Post # 8
I am a 34C and I wore a Nu Bra under my Maggie Dress – Nova. The dress has a corset back that also dips. I too was looking for something to push up the “girls” a bit – but I settled on just using the Nu Bra. It worked well and I didnt have to worry about straps or anything sticking out!!
Post # 9
@reebee: For my size sort of. I am 32 around very small around. I fit a D cup, but I look small. I look like i wear a small C or large B.
Post # 10
Thanks everyone. I was looking into the http://www.ukbeachwear.com/product/948/braza-full-foam-pads I am just wondering if it will hold up properly. I have to be careful because my dress is sweetheat neckline so a bra with a line or backless the middle will show so i need pads apparently.