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07:04 19th April 2012
cup E or F is not … cup E or F is not huge, in fact there’s nothing like a fixed cup – whatever the letter, it just means a relationship between breast measurement and underband. The wider the band is the bigger the cup even if it’s marked with the same laetter. Just go to any lingerie shop and compare for example: 32B, 34B. 36B, 36B etc and you’ll see. A cup E or F that comes with a narrow band like 28 or 30 – means quite small boobs, 28F – a girl with 86,5cm around boobs and about 65 under breasts, 30G – 91,5/65
07:39 6th April 2012
I like the balconette style too, but it must have seaming for a great fit. My last two are be Fantasie and I absolutely love them. They are even pretty and don't look like granny bra's which is a big plus. I hear that Freya is another great brand that I'm hoping to try sometime. I just wish they were cheaper.
08:59 29th March 2012
Aww, love this. That sweater is fabulous (and so are you!). I have a sweater that's quite faded and several sizes too big, but it's gone through three generations of women in my family and although my mom keeps egging me to get rid of it I don't think I'll ever be able to.
19:20 27th March 2012
05:21 27th March 2012
obviously, baggy, oversized clhtoes would be your first line of defense. make sure you wear layers, as the straps will be obvious on your shoulders without them.next, i would say wear the smallest comfortable size, and make sure to avoid anything pointy, as some bras have a seam up the front that makes a bit of a peak.then keep your colors in mind don't wear a dark bra under a light shirt.good luck.