What is a full bust? Am I full busted? If you are a 36DDD, you are. And if your saying why yes, I am way above that size, and buy bras I hate, that never fit, or I feel like I’m wearing a granny bra… you have options… beyond the wonderbra… beyond Victorias secret in a size that doesnt work… and beyond something your mom or your grandma wears.
The majority of the full busted women I see are tired of the back pain and the general discomfort their bras give them on a day to day basis. Most women who are blessed with large tatas think it something of a curse, a hassle, and downright hopeless when it comes to finding a good bra that fits…. and looks pretty, and makes her feel sexy. Just because you have big breasts shouldn’t mean you have to sacrifice your femininity for a full coverage, laceless, nude, “granny bra” that at least keeps the girls in order but does nothing for the sexy confident factor ( which is everything… and I’ll post about that later).
Today was a magical day in the land of the full busted woman. I had two clients today, sporting 34GG cup sizes. This is a petite full, ranging from 30DDD to 34DDD and beyond. Each one stocked up. With not a nude bra in sight. I fit them both in beautiful lacey, well constructed bras, that took the weight off their back, and shaped them. Sometimes, particularly with the larger cup sizes the ladies tend to wander off to the side… this isn’t fun. But the bras I fit them in give great shape and lift.
Here’s two fun ones from today. “Fitter to area 1” comes over the intercom, I drop what I am doing and wander out for a fit. This big tall lady is waiting for me. She looks down at me ( as 90% of the population does) and says, can you fit me for a new bra in 10 minutes? I told her, I love a challenge lets get to it, and led her to the fitting room. She takes her shirt off and is in this bra that is so done. Its stretched to its maximum (smallest hook) and doesn’t even come down below her breasts… let alone lay flat at all. I took one look at it and was like, I hope your going to throw that away. She looks at me and says absolutely sister, so I set to work fitting her. I was two sizes off in the beginning… the visual illusion of the tiny bra made her look bigger than she was, and she bought the bra I fit her in, ripped off the tags, and she was off. In under 10 minutes. I also got the joy of throwing away her old bra. Something I find incredibly satisfying.
My second 34GG of the day was in a bra, that was so tight for her, it was digging into her under her breast tissue, and into her sternum, it looked painful. It was all red and starting to bruise. I took the bra from her and told her she wasn’t wearing it again. She laughed. And let me get rid of it. She wore this beautiful Elomi rose petal bra out. And bought 5 more. She was so greatful for my help. The appreciation on her face made every moment I had spent with her worth it. I offered to add her to my client list and keep in touch with her, the gratitude and thankful smile was more than I had anticipated, and she even teared up a little bit. Honestly, fitting someone that struggles with bras is one of the most satisfying great feelings, its like figuring out a puzzle. Or completing a challenge. Find the perfect bra that fits. And let me tell ya, when that bra fits right, and was designed for you, its like the skies open up and I grin like a fool. I tell every one of my clients they’ll know when I like a bra because I can’t stop smiling.
I believe in honesty. So I’m not going to sell you what you don’t need. And if you’re walking in with bras that are digging in, greyed, dirty, and generally useless, I’m going to tell you, and proceed to beg you to get more than one. It usually works. Anyway. Here are the bras that have new homes today. Freya, Fantasie, Panache, and Elomi, all are great brands that cater to the larger bust. They are comfortable, shaping, and come in pretty colors, with lace, and matching panties. These lines where designed specifically for the full busted woman, the have seam lines that lift and shape with wide smiles (underwire) to fit all the tissue, as well as reinforced sling on the inside of the cups for extra support. I also am a big lover of Wacoal and Chantelle… they max out at an H, but if she’s built the right way these bras can be totally amazing.
Where to buy?! ( Go get fit. Don’t waste your time ordering unless you KNOW your size :))