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    Default Where to buy maternity bras for the (much) bustier lady

    I have a friend currently pregnant with her first bub and is unable to find any maternity bras. She is a J cup. Does anyone know of any local sites that sell them in larger sizes?


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    Default Re: Where to buy maternity bras for the (much) bustier lady

    Some specialist bra retailers do. In SA there is the booby trap warehouse, it's where I get mine. They have a website too. Otherwise online, but it's always poo buying bras before you try them on.

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    Default Re: Where to buy maternity bras for the (much) bustier lady

    Lisa's Lacies (Aus store) does J cups. They are online too

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    Default Re: Where to buy maternity bras for the (much) bustier lady

    I went to a country target to buy a couple the other day, I was looking for 10E/F but there was only larger sizes left. I can't remember what sizes they were, but clearly large. ;-)

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    Default Re: Where to buy maternity bras for the (much) bustier lady

    I was just in big w this week and they stocked larger cup sizes - I know I saw a j cup in there but didn't really look at the mat bras (don't need them anymore) so not sure if they stock them

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    Have not been able to find any supportive maternity bras at big w/target/kmart. Sometimes you can find soft ones in that size, but with boobs this large they just don't cut it. You need really supportive flexi-wire ones. They're the only ones that offer any sort of support.

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    Yeah, she has tried wireless but that was too painful. She has a UK website that she normally orders from, but then there is the postal delay. She is currently 31 weeks so thinking she will go up even higher than J in the next couple of months/when baby arrives. We are in NZ so more looking for internet sites that may be able to help (post from Australia is faster than UK).

    I never realised how hard it is to find bras for the ladies that need them the most!

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    Google boobytrap warehouse. They are in SA but ship all over Australia.

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    The most supportive and comfortable bras for me are cake maternity bras

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    Default Re: Where to buy maternity bras for the (much) bustier lady

    Blest bras are also a good online site for larger ladies (at least I think the full name is blest bras; definitely blest in the name)

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