(Closed) For all you endowed ladies…

posted 3 years ago in Dress
Post # 31
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Busy bee

I’m a DDD and my first wedding dress was a Maggie Sottero, the cups and support were GREAT! I wish all clothes were like that and I could ditch bras all together… But, alas… No. 

Post # 32
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Bumble bee

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JBeez :  I laughed and my tea went up my nose with that clip! That is what my husband calls my bust! “Your tracts of land look nice in that dress honey.”

Post # 33
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372 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

I’m a 32G and  i wore a strapless dress with an internal corset and didn’ need to sew anything into it, I was well supported all night and had no slipping. I have breast implants though so I can routinely go braless and look no different.

Post # 34
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Helper bee

32D/DD here. I wore my Sottero & Midgely with the internal corset (it had originally been a corset closure but converted to invisible zip closure with internal corset bit only. No cups sewn in, no bra, I must say I considered adding straps because I was so scared one of the girls was going to pop out or something while dancing. Thankfully, nothing happened because of the boning and internal corset. It looked gorgeous and I ended up changing into a much lighter simpler dress I already owned after all the formalities of first dance, cake cutting, etc. so then I was super comfy to dance the rest of the night away in my trusty old strapless bra from La Senza, I think? It’s the one with the boning like hands in it. 

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