Rather than accept defeat, you deserve a good—no, great! You already know the importance of a professional fitting, of building a bra wardrobe of a few key styles, and of being open to investing a little bit more in your underwear drawer to get what you need out of it. But what about the little construction details in your bra that make all the difference, or recognizing the telltale signs of when your band has been overworn?
Show less There's no shame in admitting that you want bigger breasts. Although it can be tricky to get bigger breasts without surgery, help is on the way.
If you've ever gone through the awkward process of measuring your bust—or, even more awk—having the Victoria's Secret lady tell you you've been wearing the wrong size your whole life rudethen you know a good bra is hard to find. That goes double for a good strapless braand triple for a good strapless bra that fits big boobs. Too often, a strapless bra seems great at first, then starts slipping and sliding as soon as you move an inch or just breathe the wrong way kidding
I do—32Cs. It's just I have such clavicle issues, I don't like them on show. This was something Alexa Chung said in a interview with British Vogue that not only stuck with me throughout my twenties, but confirmed in some small way that how I was dressing at the time hiding my own 34C boobs was, in fact, considered chic.
If you have large breasts — whether they started out that way, or they got very big during pregnancy and the first few weeks postpartum — you may have some concerns about breastfeeding. Breastfeeding with large breasts can be more difficult for first-time moms. All of these concerns are normal.
When buying bras for big boobs, it is important to support your breasts, so wearing a good bra is essential. If you have a big bust you must make sure the bra fits correctly. It is best to go and have a fitting to ensure you get the right back and cup size.
Amazingly large. Who knew 36H was even a real size? There's no denying it, so we might as well appreciate it!