Just Said Yes December 2021

Undergarments help!!!

Judy, on June 6, 2021 at 9:49 AM Posted in Wedding Attire 0 7
Hi all so I need help figuring out my bra for my dress. I am a DD chest and my dress looks great how it is however I am very critical about myself and being short with a bigger chest just sucks sometimes. The dress is a watters gown and the designer doesn’t use much boning. I can’t wear a normal bra because it’s high cut with lace and underneath is a sweetheart style. Anyways I’ve gone to every place imaginable under the sun. The lady at kohl’s and the post office know me now because of all the returns I have made. I know people say the seamstress can alter the dress and make cups into it, but I don’t need cups I need a lift. The minimizer bra I bought makes my chest look like a shelf. (😔) I know there is something out there for this. I just don’t know where- (yes I’ve gone to Amazon, Macy’s, Nordstrom, VS, soma, bare nessisties, adore me and on and on..) anyone have any suggestions or gone to someone who can custom make a bra for you? Haha


Latest activity by Courtney, on June 8, 2021 at 12:27 PM
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    Super July 2017
    Becky ·
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    Have you tried a bustier in lieu of a standard bra? I'm a 32DD, and had a sweetheart neckline, with a lower back (not low, but lower than a bra strap) and a bustier was the solution for me to feel supported and (reasonably) comfortable.

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  • Amanda
    Just Said Yes July 2017
    Amanda ·
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    Would you be able to wear a corset underneath the dress to help with just lifting? I know there are corsets out there made with lace on the back and sides and use boning to help with just lifting and supporting.

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  • Michelle
    Rockstar October 2022
    Michelle Online ·
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    You can either have a seamstress add boning to the dress or try tape underneath from boobhold.com

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  • April
    Dedicated September 2021
    April ·
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    I went to adore me and tried on some there and was able to find something that would work with my dress as a last resort. The lift was what I was worried about as well and I have sheer lace pieces around where the bra would be.
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  • Kari
    Master May 2020
    Kari ·
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    What is your bra size? 32DD is really different from 36DD!

    I'm full 32D (sometimes need to wear 32DD, depending on brand) and was actually amazed at how much lift a little boob tape could provide. I was super skeptical that it would work with my dress because I didn't think there was enough fabric to hide the tape, but I didn't need as much tape as I thought to have a big difference.

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  • Jessi
    Devoted October 2022
    Jessi ·
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    I'm 40DD and I've used boob tape before as a wedding guest and it was amazing! I was seriously surprised with how much lift I was able to get and they still looked good and like natural lol.

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  • Courtney
    Expert September 2022
    Courtney ·
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    You might also be looking for the wrong bra size. We've been so conditioned that people know exactly how to measure in stores but it's not always really the best fit.

    There's a calculator online called abrathatfits.org and it'll give you the best true to size bra measurement and could help you out with this.

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