Saying goodbye to a favourite bra that has been your soulmate (or breast-friend-forever) is quite a tough ordeal. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing pretty or comfortable out there in terms of maternity and nursing bras. Read on for our list of bust issues we all experience during and after pregnancy. You’re not on your own! Most fuller-busted women share these woes.
We all know about the itty bitty titty committee, but somewhere along the way the big rack pack got left behind. Thanks to lingerie stores like Brava and new labels like RAQ, D cup and up is making a well overdue comeback. Finally, busty women can find swimwear and bras that actually fit, and look good! So who am I and what is RAQ, you may ask?
Breast pain during sports is a common occurrence, especially for D+ cup women. In a recent survey of our customers, a staggering 55% said their breast size has prevented them from participating in sport at some point during their lives.
Fashion is sometimes designed and made without taking a woman's bust-size into consideration, which is fine unless you're blessed with killer curves and a D+ cup bust! We know there are bras that can work with almost any outfit, the challenge can sometimes just be in finding them. And we love a challenge!
Get ready for a smoother silhouette for larger cups. This bra has inner slings providing comfortable support, sheer mesh back wings and a satin bow. It fits like a glove, provided the sizing is correct, there are no folds in the material, allowing for a great t-shirt bra that goes up to a GG cup.
Your bridesmaid dress shouldn’t be a ‘situation’, something to dread, but it most likely feels like one when you’re curvier on top than the rest. Dress buying can get out of hand when the realisation hits that the bride is not bigger busted and may appreciate your event planning skills more than your natural assets.