- 6 years ago
- Wedding: August 2012
I had cups built into mine. Do you think they could do that?
I would think it depends how much support you need/want. I have godzilla boobs so I’m getting a long line so I don’t have to worry about hiking it up to get the support.
Aside from that I don’t understand why else the length of the bra would matter
@mcklough: Makes sense And im not that big a 36b. Me with strapless bras always tend to fall a little so it doesnt cover my entire boob and thats basically what she wanted because she wanted to see how hi the bra went and it didnt go too hi theres obviously space between the top of the gown and where the bra starts. But in my opinion no one will be able to tell since its an all over lace gown
Then I’d just stick with what you have! Do you think you need the shape that a corest provides? If not, it sounds like they are making it work with your bra.
@Mars62312: i dont think its too bad but who knows lol. they just make it confusing and im not a dressy person so im thinking why should it matter what the bra is the lady didnt make a huge deal out of it but couldnt understand why i got a sweetheart type bra. most places these days dont have much except those i noticed
@babyface2390: If strapless bras slip down then the band size (i.e. 36) is too big. Try going down to a 34 or a 32. You’ll probably need to go up a cup size (at least) if you go down a band size (you go up one cup size for every band size you go down, but you might be wearing a bra that’s too small in the cup too if your band size is wrong).
So is the problem that your dress has an underwire, and your bra does too? I’ve never seen a “corset bra” before, so I have no idea what the problem would be. Do they not sell bras at DB so she could show you what she means?
my dress has a built in bra thing which totally held me into place. i didn’t wear an additional bra. i didn’t need to.
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