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First bra recommendations please

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Madmog Wed 08-May-13 10:20:54

Can anyone recommend a first bra please.

My daughter is only a 26" chest (her bone structure is tiny all over), so thought 28AA would be a good one to try. Cup looks okay but she can't even get it done up on the loosest hook.

marialuisa Wed 08-May-13 12:35:16

Take her to get fitted properly and then try loads on. I've just been through this with DD and was surprised that the best fit gave her the same size back as me (32) which wasn't what the tape measure said. The fitter said that with first bras it really is a case of trial and error because of how they're growing.

Madlizzy Wed 08-May-13 12:36:42

Debenhams are good for first bras, as they do "proper" bras in small sizes. My daughter is also teeny and she's been fitted beautifully.

Dancergirl Wed 08-May-13 14:11:02

Do Debenhams have a good selection of white non-wired bras in smaller sizes? Dd's been wearing one for a while, we've always gone to M and S but they seem to be mainly coloured/patterned.

Madlizzy Wed 08-May-13 17:40:05

Debenhams have a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuge bra selection. DD is still a 30A and I have bought bras for her there. Saying that, I need to take her on Saturday for new ones, and hopefully I'll find some. I'll have a good look and report back. I'll be going to the Manchester store.

Dancergirl Wed 08-May-13 20:51:20

Is that a huge selection of bras....or a selection of bras in huge sizes?? grin

Sounds good though, will def take dd to Debenhams.

Lottie4 Thu 09-May-13 09:47:34

Thanks for your replies. Will go and have a look in Debenhams with my DD!

cedricdoris1 Fri 10-May-13 21:40:06

Suggest you try and find an independent bra retailer, M&S, John Lewis, Debenhams etc., aren't necessarily properly trained.

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