Lingerie Help Please!

posted 1 year ago in Full Figured
  • poll: Should I just get it?
    Yes! "One Size Fits All" should fit you, and the style should be flattering! : (1 votes)
    2 %
    Sure! Just try it out.... If it doesn't look good at least you'll know what NOT to get next time. : (9 votes)
    20 %
    No! Try something similar on first to see how it fits! It may not be flattering / may not fit you. : (21 votes)
    47 %
    No way! Definitely won't fit/ won't be flattering on curvier girls! : (12 votes)
    27 %
    Other... (please post!) : (2 votes)
    4 %
  • Member
    537 posts
    Busy bee

    honestly, she looks tiny and it looks like it hugs her body pretty well. I suggest not getting it :( I dont see how it can be a one size fits all unless it is a super stretchy material. I have always hated one size fits all clothing becuase i find it to be a lie most of the time.

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    2543 posts
    Sugar bee

    I don’t trust “one size fits all” lingerie. I rarely get it. I would buy more lingerie from places like Adam and Eve and Priscilla’s but the the ones in my area typically have the “one size” and it doesn’t work for me, a person who doesn’t have even a butt. :(

    So I go to places like Victoria’s Secret or other specialty stores where they have individual sizes for a better fit. But that picture is seriously sexy: I love off-the-shoulder looks. Sexy but romantic!

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    537 posts
    Busy bee

    are you good at sewing? you could buy it and if it is too small you could make it a corset back. That would be gorgeous! All I would be worried about is the bust because the bottom has a lot of extra material.

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    2543 posts
    Sugar bee

    @lovelove1028:  Besides Etsy, I typically get my stuff at VS (because that’s the only place in this God-forsaken town!), so I’m not sure where one could get that kind of style. In my experience, they’re kind of few and far in between. :/

    But I would go with littlemisst08′s suggestion! Looks like a great resource!

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    537 posts
    Busy bee

    Its cute! and if you want it longer you can add a layer under and no one will never know! If you will use it and you have the money I would say go for it!!

    you probably wont find nice quality stuff for less unless it is on sale…

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    537 posts
    Busy bee

    also, the chinese site used that model form somewhere that actually makes those of good quality (they do for everything and I know it is for this because it is not an asian woman). If you want that one so bad I would keep searching because it is out there somewhere!

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    8281 posts
    Bumble Beekeeper

    I’ve bought lingerie online and I can say 10000% that you should NOT trust the one-size-fits-all. Especially if it’s a site where it comes from China/Hong Kong. They always show up smaller, I always go at least 2 sizes up.

     

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    1756 posts
    Buzzing bee

    I have purchased lingerie from Frederick’s and VS and other “specialty” stores (Hustler Hollywood), and my size 14, 36DD body will not fit into even the XL sizes that they carry.  That said, if it were me, I wouldn’t even order the $61 babydoll…

    sorry.

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    665 posts
    Busy bee

    One thing to consider for a larger gal is if your breasts need support.  If your breasts are big but perky, something like this can look oK.  If not, then you might try for something with more of a bra/cup built in.  I have two teddies that aren’t too bad for this, so they are out there.  But when I try on traditional lingerie often I find it doesn’t look good because my breasts are not very perky and the lingerie doesn’t povide support.

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    4172 posts
    Honey bee

    I’m smaller than you and everytime I buy something “one size fits all” it definitely does NOT.  Either the panties are too tight/uncomfortable or my ladies are popping out the top!  I would shop specifically by your size to be sure.

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