Bras

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Jill - November 7

DD to begin with and I know I'm going to start needing bigger sizes soon. I only like the bras with the firm, molded cups and it MUST be underwire. I did find one at Nordstrom, $65! I have gone to motherhood and the largest size they have is F (which is a DD). I have tried that on and it seems to run small, more like a D. I remember they have some website to order larger bras from- not the motherhood site but something else. Does anyone know what it is? Or can anyone else give me a website where I am find bras like this? They do not need to be nursing bras, I don't plan to br___tfeed.

 

Alycia - November 7

I've heard that Frederick's of Hollywood has a lot of bras for larger-b___sted women. They cater to people with augmentations, so I'm pretty sure they have a wide range of sizes.

 

Alycia - November 7

Okay, maybe not. I just checked their website, and they only seem to have the larger sizes in a few things... not too many. Hope you find something! I can't help much, as I'm only a 34C... and that's only thanks to being pregnant!

 

Jamie - November 7

Hi Jill! I'd been wondering where you were...check out www.store.yahoo.com/breakoutbras No hyphens or underscores; they've got ALL the sizes you need, in a lot of different styles.

 

Jill - November 7

I will have to try Fredericks, I think we have one at the giant mall complex near me. Jaime, thanks but no luck. Did not find anything I like any cheaper than the one at Nordstrom, and at least I can try that one on.

 

Jill - November 7

I will have to try Fredericks, there is one near me. I looked online and I did see a 38F- maybe it will be bigger than what I have? Might as well try for $30. Jaime, thanks but no luck. Did not find anything I like any cheaper than the one at Nordstrom, and at least I can try that one on.

 

Jill - November 8

Bump

 

Jamie - November 8

Jill, have you looked for an Olga or Warner store near you?

 

Jill - November 8

Jaime, I have looked in all the mid range department stores that carry brands like Olga, Warners, Bali etc and have only found the giant "granny" bras in a DDD. I don't find them to be as supportive. I will buy them for around the house, but need something to go out in. Not only are the molded cups more supportive, but they usually "plunge" and allow you to wear low cut tops. The bra at Nordstrom is called Le Mystère ´Dream Tisha´ Full-Figure T-Shirt Bra. They have it online. JP

 

Jamie - November 9

Try to find a Warner or Olga outlet. They usually have bigger selections than just the department stores.

 

Jill - November 9

Been there too! Like I said, just found the granny bras. I really don't think they make the molded cups in a DDD unless it's a 42 or up.

 

No Idea - November 9

But you can always try http://www.barenecessities.com/New%20Search_catalog_nxs,31,sb,BA,pg,1,ft,true.htm hope this helps

 

lynnstress - November 9

Jill, have you looked at Lane Bryant? I don't know your size, or how small they start, but they carry very large cup sizes. Might be worth checking it out!

 

Jill - November 10

Make it???? I can't even hem pants.. YEAH! I found one for $32 on Bare Necessities. I hate that interet stores make you pay for return shipping but hey, a bra will cost $3. I also found one or two at Layne Bryant. I never checked there because I didn't think they would have 38s. I will check when I go to the mall this weekend. THANKS!!!!!

 

Sarah - November 10

I am also a D and am at 26 weeks pregnant. Now that I am pregnant I have went to a DD and will probably get bigger so I know how you feel. I recommend Target they have b___st feeding bras and regular bras at a decent price. Although I was a bit upset that DD was as high as they go but they are very comfortable. If you find any other places please let me know :)

 

Jamie - November 11

Jill, glad to hear you found some bras! And, hemming pants is sewing in a straight line for a circle...lol...the hard part is measuring length! lol

 

Jbear - November 11

Avenue has good bras sometimes. If you have Ross Dress for Less in your area, try them. They get lots of bras with big cups and small bands. I saw some there the other day that were a 38DDD with molded foam cups. Ross bras are usually four to six dollars, so if you get one and hate it later, it's no big loss.

 

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