(Closed) Bustier/Strapless that can support the girls?

posted 4 years ago in Accessories
Post # 2
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Buzzing Beekeeper

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twistaway :  have you thought about an underbust one? If you get a good one that is boned it should support and lift. I was going to wear one under my dress but my wedding day was so unbelievably hot that I skipped it in order to be more comfortable (I had a corset back so I just tied it tighter so I could have less fabric making me hot).

Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

Good luck. I tried and tried and never found anything that worked. I am a 36DDD. I ended up with a bra that did nothing but make me look bustier and it made me very sad on my wedding day. 

Post # 4
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Newbee
  • Wedding: July 2016

OH MY GOSH I FOUND THE BEST THING.

I am a 40D or 38Dear Daughter depending.  And my girls are HEAVY.  I really wanted something to lift me as well, and I tried so hard to find a bra…I looked at strapless, corset/bustier, sticky, you name it.  And then I found a miracle!!!

They are called “Bring It Up” and you can buy them on amazon.  It’s hard to explain…but it’s basically breast lifting tape.  I wore them to my first two fittings, which were earlier in the summer, and they lasted all day, even through the sweating.  I forgot to wear them to my last fitting and I could tell a huge difference….my boobs really weighed down the front of my dress and the straps were digging into me.

If your dress is thin or shear in the front, you may need pasties or something in addition.  My dress already had cups sewn in so that wasn’t a problem for me.  Also, you can trim them if any part is showing out of the top of your dress.  I think I’m going to be so comfortable on my wedding day!  No underwires!  No straps digging into my back fat!  Like I said: a miracle!!!

Post # 5
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

With all of the strapless dresses now – i assumed there were built-in bras. Is that an option? Between the tightness of the dress, and the dress structure, can’t they provide the lift you need?

I had a corset for my dress – but you’re right – it just gives two cups for the girls to rest in – not a lot of lift. I’m a 36C – so not really big – but I’ll admit, I wondered what people any larger than me would do

 

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