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Oo thank you for replying so quickly!! The band feels very tight tbh, the bit in the middle never sits flat, and bits of boob escape out of the bottom of the cup (and the top) I will pop into town in the morning and try those sizes on; thank you for replying so quickly!
Enjoy your shopping! My first F-cup bra arrived yesterday - I spent 10 minutes looking at my breasts in the mirror. They look so good now! I might even go for a G-cup next time. (I used to think I was a D-cup)
Could I have some help please! I followed the measuring thing I found on another page. I was wearing a Primark (sorry but sooo comfy) 36D but had slight front spill. The measurements had me at a 34F! DP bless him bought me a tshirt wonder bra in 34E, it's really tight and I have severe armpit and top boobs now. I can't believe I could be an F.
I don't look all titty unless I have a padded one on and I'm quite tall and slim.
So your measurememnts would suggest 32E/F or 34E/DD. HOwever, it sounds like you are someone who needs a bigger cup size than they measure - at least in the wonderbra, from your description I would say it's 2-3 cup sizes too small. One cup too small is actually pretty subtle - normally a bit of armpit pudge or a bit of a bump when you breathe in. So I would suggest in that bra trying a 34FF/G and a 32G/GG to start with. It's easier to spot a bra which is too big in the cups than too small sometimes. And remember to scoop
TBH, you might be better going to somewhere like Debenhams, John Lewis, House of Fraser etc and trying some better quality ones on. You'll notice a huge difference and get a more accurate idea of size. Watch out for the Debenhams Gorgeous range, it runs small in the band and sometimes the cup