(Closed) Small chested ladies, are you wearing a bra?

posted 3 years ago in Dress
Post # 31
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2017

I’m a 10C (I think that equates to a 32 or 34) and I’m having bra cups sewn into my dress. I have a halter neck dress with very little back so a bra would have been impractical and I don’t really need one. I will have some extra padding sewn in though.

Post # 32
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66 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

I am a 32a and I had cups sewn in and then I added some Chicken fillets as well they are really what gave me the appeareance of actually having cleavage. 

Post # 33
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736 posts
Busy bee

Im a 32 A or B depending on the day and I had  gel pushup cups sewn into my dress! 

Post # 34
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922 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

I’m a 36C and my dress has enough structure and boning that I can skip the bra. I hate bras anyway, so I’m definitely not planning on wearing one. I’d see about getting cups sewn in to your dress. 

Post # 35
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585 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2017

I’m an A cup and just going to get cups sewn in

Post # 36
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668 posts
Busy bee

OP, are you doing the “scoop n swoop” when you are putting on your bra? If you’re getting a lot of side seepage, then it sounds like you may not be fitted correctly. I only say this because I have some of THE most wide/widely-set boobs and if I’m wearing an ill-fitting bra then I also get the dreaded armpit fat.

Post # 37
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8805 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

sunshinenumber5 :  

No, I think  she really is just  an incredibely crass person , though she talks about her husband and then future husband in consecutive posts and in past posts too, so idk. One of them thinks breasts ‘breathe’ however. I wonder what he thinks lungs do . Oh and apparently  breasts grow too, if un-bra-ed during the night . So thats how us with big ones got them,  clearly ….

On a  nicer note, what lovely,  funny,  supportive ( no  pun intended,  honest ) set of posts in this thread.

Post # 38
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185 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: February 2017

elderbee :  yeah – She seems uh…unique in her anatomical theories. One of those times when us Southerners would say “bless her heart” 😉

 

Post # 40
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100 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

I’m a size 36 F (not so small) and I’m not wearing a bra with my dress! Although, my dress does have a built in bustier to help with some support. They did ask if I wanted to have cups sewn in, but I chose not to as I did not think I needed them. I do go for my final fitting this Sunday so we will see if I made the right decision.

Post # 41
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644 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: A restaurant on the beach

I’m a 34 A. I don’t wear bras normally so I don’t intend to wear one on my wedding day. I usually just use stick ons if I’m concerned about nipple show throughs. 

Post # 43
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

I’m a 34B and I had unpadded cups sewn in to my already-structured low back strapless dress. In retrospect (my wedding is next week, last fitting today) I wish I’d worked a little harder to find a lowback bra that would have worked.  Oh well – too late!

I chose unpadded cups because I was a 32-34A for most of my life so even having B cups feels a bit “big” to me.

Post # 44
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828 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

I have a seperate corset and skirt dress (Wtoo – Almira and Bree) and 34B chest. It’s thick beaded fabric so I really didn’t see the need, but my seamstress offered to sew some gel cups in to make it fit a little better. She did warn that I could just get a good strapless bra with similar padding, but that it would probably poke out when dancing or moving around and and look terrible, so that made it a pretty easy call!

Post # 45
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

abwcmo :  My bridal salon actually has a remedy for this.  They attach velcro to the bra and the inside of the dress!

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