I could rant about high street stores and their pathetic or zero attempts to make a decent D+ bra, and I could complain about a good quality bra costing a small fortune. Instead, I will just focus on the positives which are there are tonnes of companies who do specialise in D+ bras, sure we may not be able to visit them all to try everything on. But after you get your size, measured properly I will add, buying online is pretty straightforward and a lot easier. Last month I was sent the Panache Andorra Full Cup Bra Spice in a 40FF from My Curves and Me* who specialise in D+ sizes and are a Panache Outlet. They’re also bra fitting experts which means they’re dedicated to making sure you have the right fit for your size.
This Panache bra from My Curves and Me is not something I would usually wear as having boobs my size often means that nothing in kind to them. Without padding or at least a more structured bra, I feel I could take on even Madonna. This Panache Andorra Bra is a non padded, lace bra and I thought I would not have much shape from it at all. However, after adjusting myself and the bra accordingly I found I have a really nice and soft shape, as opposed to bulging out and looking more like Dolly Parton. The back is quite thin, which I’ve often found I do favour a wide back, a longline bra has to be my all time new favourite. It has 3 small hooks but it is a very supportive back nevertheless. The strap sit perfectly as they’re not too far or too close together and the band sits fully to my chest.
The detailing on this bra is beautiful with decorative lace around the band and half lace cups, I also like the little bow in the middle.
As you can see it’s a perfect fit as I don’t spill out of the bra at all. This bra is also a bargain as it’s now on sale for £20.30 reduced from £29! With bras it’s always best to spend a little more and get a bra that will definitely last and be comfortable. It may seem expensive, especially if you’re going to be buying a couple, but in the long run it saves a lot of hassle and pain from having a correctly fitting, and a good quality bra. I would definitely recommend heading to your nearest bra fitter, but do your research first and try an online calculator, they can be extremely accurate if you use a good one!
What do you think to this bra?