I Gave in!!!

Discussion in 'First Trimester' started by bulb, Jan 5, 2008.

  1. bulb

    bulb Well-Known Member

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    Well after the recent couple of posts on bras, I have had to give in!!!

    I went to M&S today to invest in my 1st maternity bra and got mighty shocked! Got measured and I haev gone up 2 cup sizes!! But their bras were really good values I got 2 for £20!! Bargain!

    Also, I recommend people to have a look through their clearance sale, don't normally shop there but got 2 maternity dresses a top, and a pair of new gloves for...£12!!!

    Go people go!!!

    Sorry to rant!
     
  2. Twinkletoesnw

    Twinkletoesnw Well-Known Member

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    Talking about Bra's....I found a few in Ethel Austins, feeding bra's! They were really cheap at £5 but I managed to get buy 1 get 1 half price! I got a pink and a black one, they really comfy and wash really well! It seems a shame to spend a lot, especially if you end up not being able to feed for long! :D
     
  3. Mildly

    Mildly Well-Known Member

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    Oooh I am impressed with your bargain hunting. I keep looking at the isabellaoliver site as they have a sale :cheer: It's still bloody expensive though :(
     
  4. mandspice

    mandspice Well-Known Member

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    What are the bras like? I mean, I've always always worn underwired as I'm not very big (Bigger now!) and they give me shape.....I don't want droopy boobs! Do they give a nice shape...??
     
  5. mrs_metal

    mrs_metal Well-Known Member

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    No, unfortunately they don't give a nice shape :(

    I'm an F and they seem to push them together more but not much lift. But on the up side they are really comfy
     
  6. bulb

    bulb Well-Known Member

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    I've not found them too bad to be honest. Im an F too,a nd I tried a couple of varieties and the M&S ones seemed to give me the best shape.

    They do push them together but a bit of clevage isn't a bad thing :lol:
    they seem to be keeping them where they should be though even without the underwire and they hold a lot in at the sides too (which is where mine seem to be growing from)!!!

    You'll just have to try a few on and see how you go!
     
  7. Bee

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    Debenhams had some nice ones too and they were in the sale

    I got vest top type ones for £3 - were reduced to £5 before the sale then down again.
     

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