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It's far too hot for underwired bras. So what else can I wear? Too much norkage to release 'em (34E-ish) but vest tops with built-in nork shelf (from M&S and Uniqlo) just too damn hot and itchy and unsupportive and just bleurgh.
Can anyone help? Is there such a thing as a sort of light cotton stretchy workout bra or something? How do you survive the stupid glorious weather with top heavy grace?
Yours do some lovely stretchy crop tops in white and black for £10. Personally I couldn't wear them out and about under clothes because they're not very supportive but they provide a bit of modesty if you're at home with children's friends about or answering the door etc. They're done in dress size, starting from a 14 so not sure if that will do?
I hate bras in this weather. I'm a 30GG and I take them off as soon as I get home. So bloody uncomfortable!!
Hi, gatecrashing this thread! I've been looking at the lanebryant site, any idea how their sizing comes up? Following their instructions I'm 38f but if I do the bending over and measuring thing I'm at least a G. But my usual bra size is 38e or 40 DD, a bigger cup size would normally be too big. Atre their sizes different to English ones? Any help would be much appreciated.
The bravissimo tops are very good. I have some of the underwired ones, but I also have a few of their plainer PJ ones which are non wired but still give decent lift. I wear them when taking long flights and on holiday!
Delphinium, Lane Bryant sizes are different as they go D,DD,DDD,F,G compared to D,DD,E,F,FF,G.