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nightowl558 Thu 23-Feb-17 13:16:45

I've been looking at the bras in M+S for months as I like several of their styles but I can't find the size I think I am. On the website they have them but not in store, I'd like to try one on before I buy so no point buying online. I'm looking at padded ones and have tried B cups but find theres too much space at the top but they don't seem to have A cups in size 38 in the shop. anyone found this and if so what did you do?

SorrelForbes Thu 23-Feb-17 13:21:24

First things first, can you measure yourself following this guide? M&S fitting is notoriously bad and therefore it's highly unlikely that you're a 38A.

nightowl558 Thu 23-Feb-17 14:58:05

Hi Sorrel, I have tried an online guide and it came up with 40A! not sure 40 would be right but I do find 36 and 38 often feels very tight and I feel like I'm in a strait jacket! When I'm at home I don't wear one as they are so uncomfortable. I do like some of the lacy ones I've seen though and would like one or two just to treat myself.

Ohyesiam Thu 23-Feb-17 15:13:40

that guide makes me a 36ff..... I can't quite believe it....
I always thought I was a 40d. Will have to go and try some on now
Do regular shops stock an FF?

KatharinaRosalie Thu 23-Feb-17 16:19:59

Most online calculators are totally inaccurate and using an outdated method. Try the link, really.

SorrelForbes Fri 24-Feb-17 15:10:09

Yep, ignore on-line calculators as they all add 4/5" and use the link I gave above.

lazybutton Sat 25-Feb-17 13:52:11

Thought I'd jump in on this thread rather start another one. If I'm 31/32 under & 40 over, should I start with 32G/H?!? I'm pregnant & the boobs have inflated at a rate of knots initially but seem to have settled down now (fortunately!).

hollinhurst84 Sat 25-Feb-17 18:51:05

lazy - try a 32FF as a starting point

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