sleepwear for larger cup sizes

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  1. Dancing

    Dancing Gold Member

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    Hi there, I know some of you are blessed with larger breasts and wonder if anyone out can recommend a website or store that stocks nice pjs or something that has inbuild support (as my large breasts are not pert:().

    As I'm going on holiday I feel I need something I will be comfortable being seen in (as some of my accommodation will be shared - with strangers) but I find it difficult to find something nice and supportive.

    Any ideas?
     
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    scotwannabethin Back to the grindstone!!

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    Try M&S!

    You never know..........
     
  5. rubywoo

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    Bravissimo does vest tops that have an inbult underwired bra for support and extra perkiness!! :D- they are pricey but I bought one of their vest type tops and lived in it when I was I away on holiday. I also have loads of pretty but cheap pajama type bottoms (Primark) that can be worn with the above mentioned vest tops to create your own mix and match type pajamas.

    Also check out www.naturallyclose.co.uk - they do pretty bra sets and basque type things that might be suitable although most of their stuff is on the sexy side...:)

    Hope that helps.
     
  6. Frejja

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    Hi Dancing, Not sure about sleepwear but I always find debenham's lingerie dept the best for large size bras so you could try there.
     
  7. Dancing

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    thanks for all the suggestions. I will start shopping around
     
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    Hi Dancing,
    I only just found this thread whilst searching for another thread I remembered about staying regular... Anyway, I wondered if you found anything because I'd also love to find some night time support. My chest behaves like two puppies cavorting around the bed. At the moment I use vests from M&S that have this inbuilt support type thingy. They're not bad but are a little see through (much to the fascination of the two Jehovah's Witnesses who came to my door on Saturday morning). Has anyone else had the problem of an overactive chest at bedtime? If so is there ANY solution aside from a boob job?
    Linze
     
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    I have the same problem and always wear the mix and match Primark pyjamas. The tops are only about £2.50 and have fairly good support.

    I used to have a Calvin Klein bra top which I would either wear on it's own with PJ bottoms (when my tummy wasn't so large) or under my regular pyjamas. I was so comfortable I wore it into holes!
     
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    As a smaller breasted chubby old woman ~ I just have one thing to say to you lot !!!

    Jealous Jealous Jealous

    I wish my boobies would do anything at night-time other than disappear ~ celebrate your lovely big busoms and get them out and show them off dont cover them up its a crying shame, be proud ~ thats what I say about it

    ps I bet you made the jehovahs witness day oh lordy lordy what have we here now then !!!
     
  11. Dancing

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    you wouldn't be celebrating them if your nipples fell down to elbow height without support. I wouldn't mind them being large if they were self supporting!

    I've had a look around for things and the best I could find is a tshirt style camisole that has an inbuilt bra (only up to size 38DD). I bought it and it will do but it isn't ideal. I don't understand why there aren't more out there. Maybe we should club together and start a business!!! there is clearly a demand. What do you think
     
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    There must be piles of people who want a little night time uplift. I thought about writing to Bravissimo and getting them to consider investigating but haven't got round to it. Hmm... there's got to be a business opportunity in there somewhere...
     
  13. NumNums

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    I'm a 34 F and have been as big as a J. I find wearning a maternity bra at night is comfortable. They're made in big sizes and no underwire. I've always warn a bra to bed tho.
     
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    Try Rigby and Peller, expensive but the best stuff and so worth it.. personal fittings so you know it is the right support etc.

    Jez
    xx
     
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