Post # 1
I have a strapless dress that is a bit lower in the back. I am at least a D cup and was not actually able to try on the my dress as it was asample size 6 with a B cup,. My mom is stressing me out about what the dress willactually look like and says that youi can wear anything under it.
Is there not some sort of coreset type or soemthing that will give some lift but still allow the “girls” to be in the moldeed cups of the dress?
Post # 3
How secured are the molded cups in the dress? You may be able to get away with not wearing anything at all and having the dress stuck to you with lingerie tape (for modesty’s sake). Or you can get a low back converter which extends a regular bra strap so it falls lower on the back and fastens around the front – that could be an option.
Post # 4
Usually they make something for everything. your best bet will be to take the dress to a specialty lingerie shop (or draw a picture of it) and have them help you.
I’m a D-cup and I’m wearing a strapless dress and have a longline corset to wear underneath which will provide the extra support I need from below. I dont’ know what they make in a low-back style, but I found this style from lindasonline (http://www.lindasonline.com) which is where I’ve gotten fitted in New York and they’re awesome. You can also call them with questions if you’re not in NYC and ask for advice over the phone (the return policy is not that great, just FYI). But at least you know that they sell things like this:
Post # 5
How low is the back? The do make a bra for everything. You will find something. And there is always duct tape.
Post # 6
Can you try a longline bra? They work with most strapless dresses and also provide good support for your chest and shape for your waist/tummy area.