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Feel like burning the contents of my underwear drawer...

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JBS75 Fri 17-Jul-09 10:21:51

I've just finished breastfeeding (about 3 weeks ago) and have realised just how vile all my underwear is. Oh, for an underwired bra!!! How long should I leave it before splashing out on some beautiful, flimsy and utterly impractical lingerie??? I don't want to treat myself only to find that nothing fits in a few weeks/months 'cos my boobs have shrivelled up!

And where does one buy that sort of thing anyway? I was never much of a one for fancy undies, always stuck to plain black cotton from M&S but I feel like I deserve some now. Need to hit the shops - hope there are some sales on!

FigmentOfYourImagination Fri 17-Jul-09 10:24:04

www.figleaves.com. Great choice and ALWAYS a discoutn code to be had for them.

No diea how long you should leave it before ordering. My boobs didn't change at all size-wise during pregnancy, bf and beyond.

FigmentOfYourImagination Fri 17-Jul-09 10:24:05

www.figleaves.com. Great choice and ALWAYS a discoutn code to be had for them.

No diea how long you should leave it before ordering. My boobs didn't change at all size-wise during pregnancy, bf and beyond.

FigmentOfYourImagination Fri 17-Jul-09 10:24:17

bugger, sorry for xposts

FigmentOfYourImagination Fri 17-Jul-09 10:25:08

if you are on the busty side then Bravissimo are great (shops and online), quite £££ though.

I would avoid M&S like the plague. Especially for fittings

JBS75 Fri 17-Jul-09 12:06:48

Cheers, Figment. Just had a look at figleaves and they've got a sale on but I think I ought to go and try some on as not really sure what size I am now.

ComeOVeneer Fri 17-Jul-09 12:10:04

If you want to get some nice matching sets to tide you over at good prices try Matalan or Tescos. I have bought loads from there so have tonnes of sets in all different colours and patterns. However I am not hugely busty so don't really need much support.

ComeOVeneer Fri 17-Jul-09 12:10:26

If you want to get some nice matching sets to tide you over at good prices try Matalan or Tescos. I have bought loads from there so have tonnes of sets in all different colours and patterns. However I am not hugely busty so don't really need much support.

JBS75 Fri 17-Jul-09 17:49:24

Good idea, my local Tesco doesn't do clothes but there's a big one I can get to which will do.

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