Post # 1
So apparently, a strapless, push-up bra/corset is not so easy to come by!!
I’m a solid B cup but often need a C b/c I have a lot of surace area if that makes any sense?? Like I have width, but my boobs just dont go…out?? So a C will fit from the middle of my chest to my underarm nicely, I just don’t filll the cup!!! LOL…anyway, they put one on me in David’s Bridal, but the bust was too gappy, so I went on a trip. Victoria’s Secret surprisingly had NADA, nor Macy’s or Bloomingdales. I found some stuff online at Fredrick’s of Hollywood but there aren’t any near me and I really need to try on.
Any suggestions of brands/styles/stores you love? It doesn’t have to be pretty; I’m looking for function in this case, not decorative.
Or…I could just get implants and call it a day (I’ve always been against that until now!!!)
Post # 2
I’m flat chested and no bra for me. I’m having push up bra cups and boning sewn in.
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2014 - Turf Valley
I’m a 34 A and am having cups sewn in to my dress. No undergarment worked for me.
Post # 4
You’re a solid B and you’re calling yourself flat chested? I’m wearing an A right now and have a few issues filling that up… Anyways, I just had “push up” cups sewn into my dress and they did the trick. Can you ask your seamstress about adding cups?
Post # 5
Can you try the DB one in a different size?
Post # 6
Ditto on the sew-in cups. I’m a B cup and couldn’t find ANY bra that would work with my keyhole back without having to order it online. I’m glad I went with the sew ins. They actually gave me some lift and I don’t have to worry about wearing a bra. I just grabbed mine at JoAnn fabrics.
Post # 7
I sewed some… ahem… enhancing cups into my dress. No bra necessary. They look awesome. Also it is super comfortable to not have a bra on. Bras didn’t look right with my dress, and I have a low cut back.
Post # 8
I’m having cups sewn in too. I don’t fill them up but the cups are structured enought that they fill out the dress very well despite my own lack of boobage.
I like the term “small breasted” instead of “flat chested.” I feel like I’m getting berated in junior high by acne fleshed boys when I hear “flat chested.” Small boobs, unite!
Post # 9
BurlapnLace: Hi- getting cups sewn in. I never ever wear strapless bras lol, usually the fabric of whatever I am wearing holds me in just fine. Recently I’ve started wearing bandeaus for everyday wear if needed as I am getting older I dont feel like I can pull off totally bra less anymore.