Post # 1
I have a 36DD chest and I NEED support. Especially have a kiddo a couple of years ago. Now, that said, I am going to Vegas next month and I have a ton of super cute dresses I need a PROPER bra for. I don’t want straps hanging out. I don’t want to use clear bra straps. But, as I said, I need support or else I’m not comfortable. I typically am really fearful against using strapless bras because I just feel like I’m always pulling up on them to get them to fit right. My question is, have any bigger breasted ladies used self adhesive bras and did they providwe support? I read some reviews of “Nubra” on Amazon and it seems like all the A cup girls loved them but the bigger boob’ed ones said it didn’t offer any support.
Post # 3
Honestly, I wouldnt recommend it for someone your size. We (I work at VS) only carry them up to a C cup for a reason. Im a small 34C and I feel like my little ladies are saggy in mine.
In my experience from what I have heard from customers and co-workers, a lot of the large-chested ladies like our Body by Victoria strapless. Its probably our best-selling strapless in a DD, at least at my store. My best friend is a 36D and its the one she swears by.
Post # 4
The bras that @Zippylef suggested is great, that is the one that I bought and I love it. I have tried the adhesive bras before and they don’t stay stuck on me anyway. I do what they tell you, but my skin is still to oily for them and they slide around or just fall off.
Post # 5
As an A-cup girl who’s used NuBra (and I do love it!), I can confirm that it does NOT give much support. It makes my boobs like five years younger, like they’re still perky and I’m not wearing a bra, NOT like I’m wearing a strapless (or normal for that matter) bra.