Plain white non underwired bras

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Dancergirl Tue 31-May-16 21:09:32

15 year old dd is VERY fussy about her bras and is still very shy about the whole thing. She needs good support, she is around a size 30F, but that's a guess.

At the moment she's squeezing herself into her old DD bras which I can tell from the size of the cup must be too small.

She won't wear underwired (I've tried) and they must be white and very plain. A sports bra may fit the bill but are they ok to wear every day, they seem a bit bulky...?

Any suggestions please?

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Dancergirl Tue 31-May-16 21:10:22

Actually flesh coloured is ok too.

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AnstasiaBartAraminta Wed 01-Jun-16 21:44:57

Take her to Victoria's Secret, I was a 30C by the time i was 12 and loved bras, in Victoria's Secret there are some stunning bras, like plain white ones with good support, or bralettes just look on the site there's loads, although I wouldn't recommend buying online if you live in the U.K. As postage is really expensive.

tireddotcom72 Fri 03-Jun-16 11:49:15

Bravissimo are pretty good

Dancergirl Fri 03-Jun-16 20:12:29

Tried both Bravissomo and Victoria's Secret had anything in white non underwired unfortunately.

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Dancergirl Fri 03-Jun-16 20:13:14

Neither that should say

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dancemom Sun 05-Jun-16 15:50:01

I was against underwired for DD but couldn't get any without in her size. I picked up some underwired from M&S Angel range and the wire is really soft and pliable, it's actually plastic, not even wire! I'd suggest buying some and seeing what your dd thinks....

Verbena37 Sun 05-Jun-16 15:51:31

Since breastfeeding, I can't wear under wired at all so I get plain white or black tshirt bras from M & S or John Lewis.
They're not ones that are hanging as single bras but the ones in packs.
They're really good value and wash really well.

angieloumc Sun 05-Jun-16 21:58:16

As dancemom says the Angel range is very good. My DD11 isn't keen on underwires and I think she's too young but they do a 'bralet' which is a soft non wired bra, cotton rich. They are £10 for a pack of two, not sure how big they go to though.

Dancergirl Sun 05-Jun-16 22:49:31

M&S Angel doesn't come in a big enough cup size unfortunately, the biggest is DD.

verbana do you know what cup size yours go up to?

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Dancergirl Sun 05-Jun-16 23:39:34

I actually meant to post this in S&B, Dd is obviously not a preteen any more!

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BananaL0af Sun 05-Jun-16 23:48:43

John Lewis here (but obviously ignore the nursing bras that came up on the filter), there are a few white options.

LBOCS2 Sun 05-Jun-16 23:54:32

Debenhams has a good selection of bras. Maybe try the maternity range for larger cup sizes with no underwire?

Verbena37 Mon 06-Jun-16 09:36:49

Not sure. High I think.
Mine are C

Verbena37 Mon 06-Jun-16 09:38:27

These aren't mine but look good.....

Verbena37 Mon 06-Jun-16 09:41:52

These are white, DD plus- non wired

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