For me, I've got a smaller ribcage with a larger cup size, normally somewhere around a 32DDD, and now that I'm pregnant, I'm wearing a 32G! I've come to accept that I'll never be able to just stop by Target for a cute and affordable bra, but, instead, will have to spend an hour in the dressing room, at an expensive department store, trying to find something to harness the girls. So, I searched high and low to find some amazing options for those of us well-endowed women. Finding the right bra helped me feel more comfortable in my skin, and these might do the same for you, too.
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Chantelle Intimates C Chic Sexy Underwire Bra, $68, available at Nordstrom.
The T-Shirt Bra — This is pretty much required if you're wearing a T-shirt (duh) or any thin fabric, like a silky button-up blouse. The trick here is to find a shape that you like. I prefer something that's going to pull me in and slim my silhouette. And, bonus points if the style has an additional layer of internal support along the sides of the body.
Fantasie Smoothing Molded Strapless Bra, $69, available at Freshpair.
The Sexy Bra — Fuction usually trumps fashion when it comes to my bra collection, but it's nice to have some seriously cute options in there, too. Brands like Fantasie, Panache, and Wacoal have plenty of lacy numbers that hold you in place without making you feel like a granny.
Wacoal Embrace Lace Underwire Bra, $48, available at Freshpair.
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