Post # 1
I’m currently looking for bustier for my strapless bridal dress. I order one through Amazon and didn’t like the fit. I have gone to departments stores, but haven’t found that works for my frame. It’s seems that most bustiers are for more endowed women. I’m 34A, so I’m looking for something that will give some cleavage. Any suggestions?
Post # 2
I have a Felina one, like this. I also got mine on eBay from a bride who wore it once. I will say that if you have a larger than average belly, it may not fit well. I am a 36B, size 12, and it’s tight.
Post # 3
I too have a smaller bust and hoping that someone will make a great suggestion for the both of us!!!!!
Post # 4
Thanks! No, I dont have a large belly, LOL. Did it give you enough support? I just dont want to keep pulling up my strapless bra. I thought that bustiers were supposed to give you a little more support. But I cant find one that gives me enough cleavage.
Post # 5
Fellow 32B/34A here. I’m having the seamstress sew in cups plus add straps to hold a push up strapless bra (I’m using some kind of “plus two cup sizes” from Maidenform, and have heard great things about VS push up ones).
The cups alone were not enough – they looked great when I was standing still, but if I “leaned away” from the dress you could clearly see that there was nothing filling those cups. So the bra will be moving with me, and giving continuous push up in any position, and the cups will be filling in any remaining extra space. 🙂
Post # 6
Ms_DW_bee: I also bought the David’s Bridal one mentioned above… I’m a 32B — and it works really well! I was surprised it actually gave me cleavage
Post # 7
Ms_DW_bee: It gives enough support for me, and boosts a little. Here is a link to Amazon with some reviews. Most people were happy with it. I was loaned one by DB to try on dresses but didn’t want their $78 price tag, so that’s why I turned to eBay. But, if you want to find it in a store, they carry it.