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Best cleavage boosting bra for DDs?

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edibleweirdo Sat 03-Feb-18 10:28:42

I'm a 34DD and i want.a bra that will give me head turning boost! Only plain, like a tshirt bra, to wear with vest tops in summer. Most boosting bras seemed to be aimed at the smaller boobed lady wanting to fill out, but i dont want to be bigger, just really well that asking too much?

LostInShoebiz Sat 03-Feb-18 11:15:45

I thought you meant daughters!

Ollivander84 Sat 03-Feb-18 11:18:29

Bravissimo satine or any plunge bra

Talith Sat 03-Feb-18 11:19:18

Primark do some wonderful mega padded uplift numbers. I'm 36D and find them in my size.

demirose87 Sat 03-Feb-18 11:23:13

Ann Summers definitely.

NerrSnerr Sat 03-Feb-18 11:26:33

Ha ha. I thought you were wanting a cleavage boosting bra for your daughters too!

barefoofdoctor Sat 03-Feb-18 12:01:47

Same size as me. Best bras I've found to fit your criteria are Asda 2 sizes bigger. Amazing and £6 (and I've tried loads of different brands).

Tippexy Sat 03-Feb-18 12:04:59

34DD isn’t actually that large - is that your correct back measurement?

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 03-Feb-18 12:47:03

I was thinking a DD isn't massive either.

Get bravissimo to measure you.

SpiritedLondon Sat 03-Feb-18 14:45:05

I second going to Bravissimo....I went in thinking I was a DD and came out an F. blush They do a great range of very flattering, attractive bras. I would never go near M&S again for bras....they're a disaster area for big boobs as far as I'm concerned.

PurpleTraitor Sat 03-Feb-18 14:48:44

I’m wearing a 32DD. Sometimes I wear a 30E.

I have small breasts. Not tiny but definitely small, and one of the smallest chested out of all my female friends.

I find a balconette good. Ignore those with gel booster malarkey.

Bojangles33 Sat 03-Feb-18 14:56:50

Victoria Secret very sexy range are AMAZING. Best bra ever and SO comfy. You'll never go back to any other bras though, you've been warned.

QueenOfTheAndals Sat 03-Feb-18 16:25:08

I'm a 32DD (nowhere near as big as it sounds!) and the Victoria's Secret So Obsessed bras are great. They add a cup size and a half and are tshirt style so nice and smooth under clothes. That also do a bra called Bombshell which adds 2 cups but they only come in A-D sizes.

edibleweirdo Sat 03-Feb-18 16:56:02

hahahaha to the idea that all my daughters suddenly need cleavage, because we're hitting the road as part of some new circus/freakshow act? lol

and to the rest of you suggesting my DDs arent that big! sniff! No I know they're not mahoosive, but they are certainly big enough for my purposes, I've no wish to enhance that way is all!

interesting on the anti M&S for bigger boobs, they're who I've relied on all these years....def going to check out the asda tip! also victoria secret tho - thanks again ladies!

AliasGrape Sat 03-Feb-18 16:58:36

Freya - Deco bra - I call it my bra of truth

DragonNoodleCake Sat 03-Feb-18 17:19:31

Get fitted at Bravissimo, I second the Freya deco and currently I'm loving the beautiful black lace Gossard gypsy bra, that is plungetastic

PaperdollCartoon Sat 03-Feb-18 17:22:31

Before you buy anymore bras use this calculator to check you’re actually a 34DD. I have a fairly plain Bravissimo bra that makes my 32Es look amazing, but I can’t remember the name.

Tippexy Sat 03-Feb-18 18:30:24

What dress/top size do you wear? If you’re in the right size bra the cleavage will be even better!

edibleweirdo Sat 03-Feb-18 18:36:44

when i do a calculator based on measurements, invariably the resultant bra is wrong! 34DD is what actually fits me, in general in real life. 36D tend to be a bit baggy and i think 32 anything would be tooo tight.

edibleweirdo Sat 03-Feb-18 18:37:21

I wear a size 14 top

Polkadot1974 Sat 03-Feb-18 18:44:29

Can we have a bra intervention size reminder. I’m wearing an uplifting but gaping at the top bra tonight to go out in and it’s giving a nasty line - I also reckon to be 34 but a D

edibleweirdo Sat 03-Feb-18 18:47:39

couplea freya deco's ordered....

PaperdollCartoon Sun 04-Feb-18 11:43:47

Your bra is meant to be tight, especially when you first buy it. It should fit fairly tight on the first hooks and you move in the hooks as the elastic goes a bit with washing. You have to break bras in like shoes.

PolkaDot try the calculator. It shouldn’t gape.

bingohandjob Sun 04-Feb-18 14:19:53

Bravissimo Satine.

edibleweirdo Mon 05-Feb-18 04:50:50

Yeah i think 34 achieves that for me, 32 would be uncomfortable - i always start with loosest back setting in the shop and work in as it gives.

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