Post # 1
Keep seeing these beautiful wedding dresses with plunging backs or sheer lace where a bra would be visible and wondering how to look beautiful while still having a supportive bra/undergarment?
What style of dress did you wear? Going braless is not an option. I doubt sewn in cups would be enough support either. I dont want to be jiggling on my wedding day!
Post # 2
I’m between F and G, and rather out of proportion so I was concerned with a lot of the dress styles too. I ended up loving the way I looked in a more fitted, structured sheath dress. It’s made of soft lace so still has a flowy feel especially at the bottom. I am adding cups, actually they are pushup but those are the only ones that held me in place. I found that bridal shop cups ran a bit bigger than anywhere else I’ve bought bras, so I got a slightly smaller sized up to provide lift from the bottom, and the bodice is tight enough to hold the girls in securely. It’s a sweetheart neckline which I feel isn’t too busty while still being flattering, and has straps which were an absolutely necessity. Friends of mine who also have big boobs have had luck with halters too. I’d say look for structured in the bodice, most fabric should work if it is structured and fits perfectly! If you like the flowy look, look for that in the bottom half of the dress.
Post # 3
I’m not quite that big, I’m a DD, but I did an off the shoulder with an open back. At first I was really worried about it, too, but they have these new cups now that are awesome! I was freaking out at my fitting until they walked out with these new cups and it made a world of difference! Kept me in and up and no giggling!! Ask when you try on what the cup options are. Or if you can tape or something else!
Post # 4
I wound up going for a very nontraditional wedding gown, one that is blush pink rather than the pure white, and one that I got for a couple hundred dollars from Macy’s rather than a bridal store. I have F-G cup breasts, and I do have a strapless bra for it.
Post # 5
I was an F when I got married. There was so much built in structure in my dress, and built in cups, that I didn’t need anything to feel secure. I did wear a strapless bra underneath because it felt weird without one, but I honestly didn’t need it. A well built dress will support you
Post # 6
I am a G cup and went with an off the shoulder with a corset top that provided plenty of support but I didn’t like the shape it gave so added a strapless bra underneath. But I had a plain satin dress and made it clear to the consultant helping me find a dress that it either had to have a built in support or be able to fit a bra/corset underneath as going bra less was not an option for me either.
Post # 7
- Wedding: February 2017 - Hagakyrkan
I have pretty large breasts, 70I/70J (swedish/european size) and decided early on that I did not want any cleavage, which made it really easy to find a dress, since I only looked at dresses with coverage.
Post # 9
I wore a strapless dress with a built in corset. It did not move.