First L-Cup Bra Released

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  1. lms28

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    Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyy Bravissimo cares!!!!! I never place an order without begging for American stores! If I wouldn't have joined LPSG I wouldn't have found them. Woo-hoo! Points for LPSG's epic members who spun me in the right direction!
     
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    that model
    Adrianna Lima is stunning!
     
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    Their stuff just isn't sold in stores in the U.S.?
     
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    The stores are UK based. Believe me they have tons of USA women begging for stores on facebook. The sad thing is I don't think many of us actually know about them. I point every woman I can toward them. I want that company to explode and come to America where bra's seem to skitter to a halt at DDD and die out at G. Very few stores carry bra's for a lot of us so we suffer. I have never ever walked into a store and been able to purchase a bra since highschool.
     
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    are huge boobs as big a turn on to you guys? I dated a girl with 42dds and she loved to tit fuck..to freekin hot
     
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    Bravissimo is easily one of the best in women's undergarments.

    I've struggled to find well fitting bras in a number of different countries but this is a brand I've stuck with. There are regular brand stores that go up to a J or even
    a K cup, but the biggest problem I've found is that the band sizes are far more
    limited.

    Even though finding large band sizes can be extremely difficult, it's almost impossible to find 65 or 60 (cm) / 30 or 28 (inch) for any cup size above a D in many boutiques.

    Bravissimo is a saviour!
     
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    Nubile your beautiful AND stacked!
     
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    My best friend's wife struggles with the pain associated with having very large breasts, too. She's begun the process of getting a reduction and she (and her husband) are very happy about it. As a man, I want to scream "Nooooooo!" to any woman that wants to get a breast reduction, even though it's none of my business. That attitude just comes from a very selfish place - I like big boobs! But the truth is, I will never understand what kind of issues and pain are associated with having extra large breasts. I have a pretty big dick, but I don't have back problems because of it. And I can buy any underwear I want as long as the waist is the right size.
     
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    Even the DDDs/E/F (which here are all the same size depending on company) are pretty tough to find. I have one store I can shop at and there is only one line of bra I can buy - so all my bras pretty much look alike. A friend here sent me to hips and curves and thankfully I can find pretty lingerie there.

    The average bra is meant to last only about 6 months and with big breasts the cost of my bras can be pricey. My sister was an J and ended up getting surgery. Her bras were so expensive.

    Anyway, my sympathy goes out to the women who are even larger than I - we all deserve a well made, pretty bra!
     
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    I've struggled with the idea of having a reduction off and on. It's a very hard decision and something I've decided I'm no where near ready to deal with mentally. The idea that I quite possibly could never be able to breast feed any children I might have one day has kept me from favoring the decision.

    I have been pushed by people I've dated to have it performed and I've been pulled back back friends that have had the surgery and are less than happy with their results.

    I simply cannot do it.

    The largest bra I could find in the US was a G in the Ultimate Tshirt bra at Dillards. I just found out that LaneBryant sometimes has styles up to an H or HH I believe. I'd never thought of trying their stores and when I looked online a couple of weeks ago they didn't have anything in the larger cups available. Bravissimo pretty much always has what I need. Sports bras are even worse:frown1: Dolfette had sent me to a place called Boobiedoo(something like that) but they didn't have an option to ship to America.

    Oh and hips and curves is great!

    PS I just found this link on another site last this week so I haven't explored but it's supposed to have the American stores for larger bras http://www.ianardo.com/bras_usa.html
     
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    I agree LaFemme - all women *DO* deserve a well made, pretty bra (I might add comfortable, too), regardless of their breast size. It really becomes a quality of life issue for the larger women.
     
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    Oh yes - comfort! A well made, comfortable, properly fitting bra can help with back issues etc. My sister struggled with back pain for years before getting the surgery. She says it's the best thing she's ever done.

    Myself, there used to be more pain, but with better bras that seems to be ok now. I love my breasts although all my tops need to be purchased in plus size stores and therefore I look heavier than I am. I considered surgery, but I love being big. It's always been a part of my identity.
     
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    OMG!!! I forgot the sports bra issue! I told a friend of mine that I was struggling in my yoga class with my cleavage. In addition, my underwire would shift and become uncomfortable and I was constantly adjusting my bra. He said, well duh! wear a sports bra. I looked at him and said, have you met me? They don't make a sports bra in my size. And if they do I haven't found one.

    Apparently, in Canada, women with big breasts don't need to work out! Seriously sg83 - if you find someplace that sells them - let me know!
     
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    If you're a DDD/E/F you can get them from Bravissimo. Expensive of course. The biggest they have is a K. I think are 2 styles in an H-HH/J but there are might be more in the smaller sizes.

    I have this one http://www.bravissimo.com/products/lingerie/sports-bras/royce/sports-bras/ro10-details.aspx?colour=grey-marl&ck=HZ9qG0Bi%2foGYAS4kg6yYQcXNBxuwH0ZzynccN8nPBvGtrywf1UrOzVlq1eglR99D which isn't impact free like they say it is, but it's pretty comfortable.

    What I do most of the time is where an older bra and a sports bra for like a DDD cup over top of my bra, you know one of the stretchy ones. I'm squished but it works for me while walking. I wouldn't run, that requires something more restraining!
     
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    I am a H cup and I had luck with bra's from Lane Bryant. I usually have to order them. They are supposed to be stocking larger cup sizes in certain stores.
     
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    For those who can't get bras in their size in normal stores, it might be worth a long google session to see if there are any specialist stores in your area.

    For years I'd been wearing an F, because that was the biggest size easily available. Eventually I decided I'd had enough, did a bit of searching, and found a shop that looked promising. It wasn't a chain store, just one single specialist shop. When I finally went in and got fitted, it turned out I was a 14I (Aussie). I'd been wearing a bra three sizes too small!

    Anyway, it was well worth the effort and the cost. I'd advise anyone who needs a larger cup size to look into it further - there may be some tiny specialist store lurking nearby that you hadn't previously heard of. This shop even had sports bras in my size!
     
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