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babycham42 Sun 11-Sep-11 21:55:33

Can anyone suggest a high street store that sells balconette bras at a reasonable price other that M&S?
I find for some reason that balconette is the only style I can wear without bulges...

SemperUbiSubUbi Sun 11-Sep-11 21:58:14

When I was younger and slimmer I used to get them off the sale rail in Debenhams.

Tonksforthememories Sun 11-Sep-11 22:01:11

La Senza sell them, usually in the 2 for £25 offer, and <whispers> Asda have a fair few in at the moment.

babycham42 Sun 11-Sep-11 22:17:42

Semper if only I were younger and slimmer!Thanks will look in Debenhams.
Tonks I"ve never noticed a La Senza but then I"ve never looked so I will now.Thanks!

I desperately need a "real" bra having worn crop tops for too long now and being very aware of my waist level mono-boob......grin
Does anywhere also do measuring?

SemperUbiSubUbi Sun 11-Sep-11 22:20:52

Oh yes La Senza was good too.

Since DS I have only been able to wear industrial strength boulder holders.

I think if I wore a balconette bra and bent over they would both just fall out.

FairyBlueBell Sun 11-Sep-11 22:21:40

Try Bravissimo if you're ahem well endowed wink

babycham42 Sun 11-Sep-11 22:27:30

grin Semper .I"m making a mental note to bend over when trying on in case I do fall out! I"m only average size but I must admit that the last time I wore a real bra (balconette or otherwise) was before 2 children.....

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