(Closed) Bras

posted 5 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

I’m somewhere in the neighborhood that you are right now (a 32E in the bra I’m currently wearing). 

Bras for the larger chest are incredibly difficult. Unless the bra is REALLY well made (read: expensive) it is going to be uncomfortable and/or ugly as sin (most likely both).  Bra shopping for me has always been an emotional experience because nothing pretty ever fits me.

However, before my wedding I went to a specialty store and got fitted. I laid down a few hundred dollars and got the best, most comfy bras I’ve ever had on.

The current bra is called the “Melody Bra” – it’s expensive, but they definitely last and I think they are worth it. (They have underwire, but it’s really hard not to do underwire with a larger chest).

Have no idea if that’s helpful. I’m currently terrified of how big my chest is going to get in the coming weeks.

Post # 5
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931 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

Ok, to follow up, I just went to check out Coobie bras. First off, one size fits all for a large chest … is questionable.  I think you may do well with one for evenings (they say eventually you will want to sleep in a non-underwire bra to prevent sagging and because it’s more comfy) but there is no way that will work for day time.

At least on me, my boobs would be down at my knees by the end of this pregancy.

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