bras without wires

(9 Posts)
catkin14 Thu 17-Mar-16 22:20:36

Does anyone have recommendations for good bras without wires in? Especially ones for slightly larger bosoms? Doesn't have to be flash but just something that will look as if gravity isn't winning!

DianaT1969 Fri 18-Mar-16 05:41:51

The only unwired bras I wear are Panache sports bras and I can recommend them for keeping up and minimising (I'm 34G).
Other than that, perhaps try Brastop for unwired Panache, Freya or Fantasie - all fuller bust brands.

realhousewife23 Fri 18-Mar-16 05:50:22

I like these from M&S, really good support, quite plain but they come in lots of colors.

www.marksandspencer.com/total-support-non-wired-floral-embroidered-crossover-full-cup-b-g-bra/p/p20032770?prevPage=plp

KatharinaRosalie Fri 18-Mar-16 09:01:11

Freya Deco as a non-wired version.

Why don't you like wires? Even the best non-wired ones won't give the same support, especially for larger bosoms. If you have never found a comfortable wired one, the usual question - sure you're in a right size?

CutYourHairAndGetAJob Fri 18-Mar-16 09:05:07

How about a maternity bra? I wear the panache Sophie or the bravado bliss one with moulded cups. But I much prefer underwired if possible.

nothingwittyhere Fri 18-Mar-16 10:35:49

M&S Sumptuously Soft non-wired bras have been a revelation to me!

catkin14 Fri 18-Mar-16 17:30:46

Thanks for help.

I am supposed to not wear wires as I have a heart condition that is not helped by being held in by wires... I go to Bravissimo for bras but just lately heart has not been so good so thought maybe if I just wear the wired versions when I go out etc it may help.
I will look at the suggestions (smile)

catkin14 Fri 18-Mar-16 17:55:41

haha meant smile

MrsLettuce Fri 18-Mar-16 21:02:26

What size are you? The Triumph Doreen, although not the most attractive bra, is a wonder of engineering. Amazing support and actual shape, no chance of mono boob! Doesn't go smaller than a 34 band or bigger than a G cup though hmm

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