Jun 21, 2010 9:25 AM
Nina wrote, "Hey Outblush Staff! I'm a small woman with large breasts (30DD). I need bras but hardly anyone makes them in my size. I try to squeeze into a size that might be similar like a 34C but that really doesn't work. It either hurts or I look...awkward. I either have to get them specially made or I have to go to a specialty shop where bras start at $80 a pop! I can't afford this and I'm at the point where I have one good bra left (it's getting pretty worn though). Can you please help me find an affordable bra in my size? Thanks, Nina."
We feel your pain, Nina - the world wants us to have big boobs, but won't help us support them if we do! All of the bras featured here are available in a 30DD; they are a little pricier than, say, a $12 Target or $20 Victoria's Secret Bra (we couldn't find 30DD at either of those places), but if you care for them well, they'll last awhile. A few tips: ONLY hand-wash them with a lingerie detergent like woolite, lay flat to dry on a clean towel, and never store them with the underwire twisted.
1 - Freya Summer Plunge Underwire Bra ($64)
4 - Lepel Fiore Full Coverage Underwire Bra ($31)
5 - Gossard Temptress Superboost Plunge Bra ($43)
7 - Wonderbra D-G Everyday T-Shirt Bra ($44)
8 - Panache Porcelain Lace Bra ($62)
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