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Those bravado bras for ginormous boobs...

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hopefully Mon 11-Aug-08 17:39:58

The ++ size ones (I'm thinking here of the S++, as I'm a 36DD at the moment), are they too huge to actually drop a cup that easily? I can see that the + size ones would easily drop a cup, as the two cups are two separate bits of fabric, but the ++ one looks like a giant sports bra, and I can imagine struggling with it...

Does anyone have any experience with them? I'm 36 weeks and contemplating actually buying some nursing bras in the next week or so...

Fluffyducklingsmummy Mon 11-Aug-08 18:09:03

Hi there,

I bought one of these last time round (ds1 10 months) when I was a 34DD and they're honestly fine! There are little poppers on the straps and you can drop one side easily (I usually tuck it under my boob) and the other side stays covered and isn't uncomfy. I also found it an amazingly comfy nursing bra all round, particularly for sleeping in overnight as the usual ones with two cups meant my boobs kind of kept slipping out.....

Hope this helps!

MiniMarmite Mon 11-Aug-08 18:11:47

I haven't with those but I just got an Elle Macpherson nursing bra in a 36DD and it is fabulous so just wanted to let you know. It is the most comfortable bra I have ever worn so I bought a second immediately...

www.figleaves.com/uk/product.asp?product_id=MC-E71-135 - worth shopping around online as I have seen for a bit cheaper than this.

MiniMarmite Mon 11-Aug-08 18:12:57

Thought I should clarify that not actually used for nursing yet as currently 39 weeks but so far so good!

hopefully Mon 11-Aug-08 18:15:05

I love the Elle Macpherson ones MM, they're so pretty! I'm saving myself for one when my size is a bit more established, and hoping I'm still within her size range!

Thanks for your opinion fluffy, that's exactly what I wanted to hear! Maybe I'll be brave and actually order one tomorrow, instead of just gawping at its vastness on the website.

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