Re: Bra Fitting.I don't buy things like bras on line. Like Muddy I go to M & S, try on and then I will order after that. Fortunately they have kept the style I like for quite a number of years. Just recently I have started buying the soft sports type bras. They are so stretchy as to be able to buy them in small, medium and large. There is not a great amount of support but they are so comfy. The Sloggi bras are the same type of thing and are like wearing a glove.
Re: Bra Fitting.Maybe you pay more for bigger bras 'cos more material/work goes into it... just a random thought.... but the main thing, no matter what the cost, is that you're finally comfortable Pauline
Re: Bra Fitting.I shouldn't know anything about this subject but I do because I've trailed behind Mrs. mart in all the bra shops around as she'd tried to get bras that fit.
Re: Bra Fitting.Like Martyís wife, l also go to Bravissimo, they have great bras. You are not measured, the fitter gives you the braís she thinks will be right for you. The ones l buy, were £27 each.
Re: Bra Fitting.I'm still a 34B, sometimes C, which I am very happy with as it has defied gravity. But it also seems one of the most popular choices. So online easy to get a good fit but often it's out of stock in department stores when they have sales. I've never been measured, I'd be mortified. Berlei and Gossard have been good fits.
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Re: Bra Fitting.I hate M&S for bras. That's where I used to buy them until I realised that they didn't fit any more. The worst was when they had those padded bras that showed up as a seam line under t-shirts. It's just like they would sell see through office tops and knitwear that bobbled.
Re: Bra Fitting.I find Sainsbury's bras fit me well. Always where underwired ones for go out in - non-wired around the house. Also - they sell cotton ones. Don't like nylon next to my skin.