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The end of bf bras - need recommendations please

(10 Posts)
IlanaK Mon 13-Jun-05 09:26:25

Ds was one year old this weekend and is now only feeding morning and evening. So I don't really need my bravados anymore and would like to buy some new, non-bf, bras. I would usually just go to M+S, but is this the best place? Anyone have any recommendations of anywhere else? I have all of Oxford Street at my disposal!

hoxtonchick Mon 13-Jun-05 09:27:28

are you of a size to go to bravissimo (i think their sizes start at DD)? if so, thoroughly reccommend them.

fastasleep Mon 13-Jun-05 09:30:25

Oh I envy you! I've been in pregnancy/breastfeeding/pregnancy and soon to be breastfeeding bras for an absolute age! Have fun buy a really really pretty one you deserve it!

hermykne Mon 13-Jun-05 09:34:35

if i get to M & S i dont think i'd come out of the lingerie section, they have so much stuff, i want it all.
still the b/f bras myself at 10mths and going on hol and DO NOT want to be wearing them then.

Satine Mon 13-Jun-05 09:43:33

I cannot recommend Rigby and Peller highly enough! They are fantastic and have bras of every size, style, price (really - not just expensive ones) and the women are so friendly. M & S and Army & Navy measured me recently and said I was 38D and 36DD respectively but all bras really uncomfortable - Rigby and Peller woman took one look at me and brought back armfuls of 34E bras which fit like a dream and I hardly notice that I'm wearing. There are two branches that I know of in London - one next to Harrods and one on Conduit Street, off Bond Street I think.

fastasleep Mon 13-Jun-05 09:49:19

Oooh definately go for Rigby and Peller if you can afford it!

(I can't lol)

IlanaK Mon 13-Jun-05 09:50:01

Thanks everyone. I just had a look at Rigby and Peller's site and they have a sale starting July 5th. SO if I hold off another couple of weeks, I can afford them!

fastasleep Mon 13-Jun-05 09:50:27

Yay! Perfect timing!

welshmum Mon 13-Jun-05 10:22:12

Second the Rigby and Peller - they fit like a dream and last for ever.
Otherwise I was in John Lewis on Saturday (buying bfing bras) and they had some really pretty things in - mere whisps of delicately printed fancies that I won't get near for months and months....hope you're shopping trip is fun

Chuffed Mon 13-Jun-05 11:13:21

Go to Rigby and Pellar, get a proper fitting and even if you only get one bra you will know what you are looking for when you go into other stores.

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