Do you wear a 30DD bra? (or any 30 back) If so, where do you buy them, help needed.

(23 Posts)
Daisydaydream Mon 11-Feb-13 22:46:28

Most shops do not seem to sell 30 back sizes. The only ones I know are Bravisimo (pricey) and M&S (which have a very limited range) and Debenhams (again very limited stock) Where do you buy 30 size bras? Any recommendations welcome, thanks.

Figleaves.com, order a load, try on at home, send back the ones you don't like the fit of.

SorrelForbes Mon 11-Feb-13 23:05:52

Brastop, Ewa Michalak both stock 30 bands.

Cleo, Fauve, Freya, Panache, Curvy Kate and Fantasie all make 30 bands too.

RamblingRosa Mon 11-Feb-13 23:13:39

It's not that hard to get 30dd bras IME. Have you tried doing a search on Amazon, Figleaves outlet site, ASOS, Brastop, and Debenhams? I know M&S are terrible for measuring but some of their bras are quite good quality and they stock a lot of 30 back bras these days.

sleepdodger Mon 11-Feb-13 23:19:01

Me....
All mentioned already but bravissimo or the odd 32dd in wonder bra too!

TheBuskersDog Mon 11-Feb-13 23:51:37

I picked up a few in the Christmas sale at M & S, including a couple of the Rosie ones, not really that hard to find 30s in my experience.

logitech56 Mon 11-Feb-13 23:53:31

30G currently. bought them from house of fraser. I only have three. But i would rather have three well fitting ones than seven crap fitting ones iyswim

faustina Tue 12-Feb-13 07:21:10

I'm a 30dd and I only ever buy Lejaby, which through endless, very tedious trial and error I've found to be the only ones that suit my shape. Figleaves are good for ordering a load and then sending back, and once I find a style that I love, I just buy as many as I can, quite often on ebay (if they're brand new with tags obviously!) They are really expensive full price, but on sale you can find them for £18 ish. I have never, except in Rigby and Peller, found an actual shop with much choice in that size. Online is the way to go.

noviceoftheday Tue 12-Feb-13 07:41:47

I am 28e but i wear 30dd when I am on my period. It is a lot easier to find 30dd! John lewis do some very pretty ones in that size.

Forgetfulmog Tue 12-Feb-13 07:43:17

Freya at Leia lingerie. Panache, bravissimo

Umlauf Tue 12-Feb-13 09:32:10

eBay you can find lots of factory shop Freya, panache, Fantasie, cleo etc for about £15.

Branleuse Tue 12-Feb-13 10:37:05

im a 30FF usually and i buy freya or debenhams gorgeous.

Despite the limited range, I have loads of amazing bras. Too many probably. Im glad of the limited range ;)

FayCorgasm Tue 12-Feb-13 10:39:52

Debenhams are pretty good. Also, Elle Macpherson are great but I was advised that her 32 backs are more like 30 so don't order over the Internet first time. I find independent shops are great as different brands measure differently and they often have lesser known brands.

Branleuse Tue 12-Feb-13 10:41:15

curvy kate come up small too. And debenhams ones cant be bought without trying on as their sizing is very erratic.

Branleuse Tue 12-Feb-13 10:41:28

freya always fit though

iclaudius Tue 12-Feb-13 10:44:44

Fig leaves I buy the hestia masquerade - eBay too

JumpHerWho Tue 12-Feb-13 11:28:34

M and S but online not in store, and don't let them measure you! Plenty of lovely 30 back ones. And yy to Elle MacPherson coming up small, I take a 32 with them, v pretty.

Mumelie Tue 12-Feb-13 13:50:21

I'm a 30GG and buy mostly Freya from Debenhams (if you are not worried about colour there were some great in store sale bargains - around £8!). Other than that I like the Panache Tango II which I usually get from Bravissimo. Some brands come up small so I'd need a 32G (I find M&S small).

LAK11 Tue 12-Feb-13 14:12:43

Freya at John Lewis, Bravissimo or Fenwicks.

NarcolepsyQueen Tue 12-Feb-13 14:17:29

Freya at Leila

ClaudiaCutie Wed 13-Feb-13 12:04:01

Probably a lone voice in the wilderness, but I don't like Freya on me (the fit is awful and the fabrics feel cheap and scratchy) but have had great success with the Debenhams 'Gorgeous' range which is def available in a 30DD. Very well made, good quality fabrics, and pleasingly small prices. They are size-true, too, so once you've find a size that works for you in a given style, it's easy to order other colours online knowing the items will actually fit. Debenhams online is also nice and easy to use - size thing actually works, and stuff arrives promptly.

DewDr0p Wed 13-Feb-13 12:13:49

Bravissimo every time. I know you said they are too expensive but their sale section has quite a lot of choice for £20 and under in your size.

Isandri Wed 13-Feb-13 18:30:28

M&s autograph collection, silk bras and matching underwear and I always order online not in store. What Katie did also have 30DD bras but I haven't got around to trying those yet.

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