measuring for a bra??

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  1. hooley

    hooley Full Member

    hi everyone. i have always been a size 40 DD bra and have never been any different - until now!!! i have lost nearly 3 stone since Jan ( 20 pounds on LL ) and my bra is getting a little loose and my boobs are beginning to sag!!:eek:
    as i live in the middle of nowhere with my nearest large town about 40 miles away, i need to order some bras but would like to know the best way to measure myself for a correct fit. any help or advise greatly appreciated. thanks guys. x
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  3. RecoveringChocaholic

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    Blonde Logic Yes. You can.

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    I recently binned all my bras and bought new. Because I couldn;t be be bothered with going to the shopping centre, etc., I ordered A LOT of bras online - I ordered in 2 sizes to try as I wanted to be able to buy the smallest one that would work "now", so it would last longer.

    I then tried them on at leisure at home, and tried them with different tops, etc., made my decision, and returned the rest.

    Its the way forward I tell you!! Nothing nicer then having your own rom for a dressing room!!

    I love shopping in a store, but its nice to try on bras with tops as some work well with all fabric, and some not so good.

    It was fun. My room never looked so girly with about 40 (really!!! :D) bras strewn about! I kept 10 in the end!! :D

    HAve fun!!
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