Updated: Jun 9
If you have what many consider a larger bust, you've probably struggled to find a supportive bra. You've looked for push up bras to combat the sagging, you've tried racerback bras to add a little more lift. You're frustrated and tired.
Don't worry- you're not alone and we can help you.
First things first- "DD" means nothing without the band size. Cup size is relative to band size.
If you're in a 38DD, you have the same cup volume as someone in a 32H or a 42C.
Most women who come for a fitting thinking they are DDs (or *grasp* DDDs) are really Gs or Hs. A lot of Is as well. The scale goes to M and beyond. DD is just the beginning and your local boutique can help you find the right sizes for you.
That said, what are the best bras for DD and up?
First of all, make sure you're actually a DD. Book a professional bra fitting and let us help you. The lift and support comes from a tight enough band. You can't lift something without touching it- your bra has to be snug. Not uncomfortable, but snug. It doesn't