Could you help me find the second most comfortable bra in the world? I already have the worlds most comfortable bra but need variety...

(20 Posts)
BranchingOut Sun 20-Jan-13 21:34:51

In the summer I went to John Lewis, told the bra-fitter to be ready to see something shocking and revealed my muddy beige ancient feeding bra. She blanched, said 'I've seen worse', went away and returned with the world's most comfortable bra, which is....the Triumph Supersoft!

I thanked her profusely and went home with 4 of the things. I now have several more, but would like something a little different but equally comfortable.

Any suggestions?

I am a 32 D. I Did not wear anything more supportive than a breast feeding vest for about 2 years, so have a very low tolerance of discomfort.

I would love something a bit pretty if possible, wired, maybe padded but that is not essential.

So, do you have the world's second most comfortable bra in your wardrobe?
Cheers!

SorrelForbes Mon 21-Jan-13 00:01:22

The Cleo Juna, Fauve Lucia, Freya Deco are all very comfortable.

BranchingOut Mon 21-Jan-13 06:42:16

Ooh, thanks.

Berdita -pretty, but I cant see it in a 32
Cleo juna- like this!
Fauve lucia- seemed to be discontinued
Freya Deco - like this!

ChablisLover Mon 21-Jan-13 08:29:54

ah - i was coming to recommend the supersoft

Fabulous bra - I own several and all others are highly uncomfy compared to it.

Will have to check these suggestions out too.

piratecat Mon 21-Jan-13 08:36:20

Fantasie helena, cally, belle. i am 32 dd, have been 34e. use to work at Rigby and Peller, and can recommend.

piratecat Mon 21-Jan-13 08:37:50

for pretty bras, that are different, they are all very comfy. hth

piratecat Mon 21-Jan-13 08:38:42

oh, forgot, balcony each time. gives super shape. i stay away from the full cup.

artyflarty Mon 21-Jan-13 08:41:53

I'm a 32D and have several of these. Most comfortable bra I have ever owned...

Panache Superbra

BillyBollyDandy Mon 21-Jan-13 09:23:50

YY to Fantasie Helena

SilverAndSparklyKat Mon 21-Jan-13 09:58:02

I'm a 34dd (34d before dc) and the make I keep coming back to is lejaby. I have to buy them online now as they've mainly stopped selling them in the uk shops but the fit is so great. I have tried others, but for me it's lejaby all the way (and I hate Freya, the most uncomfortable things in the world!).

HazleNutt Mon 21-Jan-13 11:01:18

Fantasie Rebecca - it's moulded, but not stiff as they often tend to be. I have it in all colours.

BobbiFleckmann Mon 21-Jan-13 11:03:58

are you prepared to throw money at the problem? because I just bought one of the Simone Perele caressence bras. Moulded fabric which is impregnated with aloe and i think is made of bamboo fibre. Whatever the hell it is, it's so soft and comfortable, and gives amazing cleavage. I'm 32e and it's a sensational fit / lift / comfort experience.
it was however £56...

piratecat Mon 21-Jan-13 11:09:02

am also not a fan of Freya, they look like they will be comfy, but are a bit stiff and not as shapely as Fantasie bras, tho cost similar.

piratecat Mon 21-Jan-13 11:11:31

ebay Fantasie helena, you can get them dirt cheap. just got the hot pink one its so pretty.

CockBollocks Mon 21-Jan-13 11:33:54

I have just bought a few of these in my local outlet store.

wonderbra

They have no wire and I find them really comfy, very supportive and give me a nice shape.

I'm a 34E btw.

freerangeeggs Mon 21-Jan-13 19:03:16

I just bought a memory foam bra from m&s and I love it. I think it was £19.50

DIddled Mon 21-Jan-13 22:10:56

Freya Rio- not padded but v comfy- I only have these. I buy a couple every time debenhams have the new season discount - as a cardholder you get extra 10%off. Not padded though.

BranchingOut Tue 22-Jan-13 10:00:17

Thanks for those suggestions.
I looked everything up on fig leaves etc - in some cases they weren't there in a 32 d, but I have sent off for a fantasie 'smooth shaping bra', a Cleo Juna and a Fantasie Helena.

Will report back!

SorrelForbes Tue 22-Jan-13 10:58:02

Try Brastop too.

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