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clothing dilema lol

#1
Right so It's my twins Christening 27th November and obviously I need a gorgeous new outfit so do I buy a size 12, the size I am now or a 10 and make it my goal dress? Problem I have though (and always have had even as a skinny mini) is I have big boobies and I panic that I might fit into a dress everywhere else but not on my bust so what do I do? ...........
 
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ElectricLilac

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#2
ooo tricky, what size are you now if you don't mind me asking ?
 

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#4
Www.fashionworld.co.uk. It specialises in clothes for ladies with big boobs. Bottom half is ur clothes size, top half ur cup size.

It was just advertised on the tv just as I was reading ur thread lol

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ooo thats clever also bravissimo are good for curvy girls or as you so delicately put it lol "girls with big boobies"
 

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#7
ooo in my opinion then you need to go for a 10, i would be surprised if you couldn't get into a ten by the end of november, good luck x
 
#10
Or you could wait and buy it 30 days before the event, and if it doesnt fit, you could take it back with your receipt and change it for the right size ;)
 
#11
Linda I like your style- the only other thing I was thinking was local smaller shops where I live do lay-away you could ask if they will hold an outfit over 'until payday' and then you can see if you are happy with the size without the fear of it being sold out?
 
#12
Thats common sense girls lol yes i'll just wait a bit. I have ordered a dress via ebay brand new but was only £10 from Hong Kong so if it doesn't fit then it doesn't matter. Ordered a black jacket though in a 12 for my boobs sake haha
 
#13
The company you want is pepperberry they cater for the larger busted woman but you buy the size clothing you should be in
 


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