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My dress shop keeps telling me that I need a bustier for my low backed dress but I have had the hardest time finding one that is low enough. I have been looking for weeks.

 

Several people have suggested sewn in cups but the shop is convinced that I won't be happy with them because I am a D.

 

I know that a lot of wedding dresses have low backs. What do most girls do? What are you doing?

 

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I found the perfect bra at Victorias Secret, its a Very Sexy low back multi way bra, it costs about $50 but its worth it! I too am a D cup and have a low back dress and I found this bra works very well with it! Good Luck!

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You can try adhesive bras. Victoria Secrets used to do some, I think they discontinued them but you can still find some on the net, just type "adhesive bras" in google and see.

 

I had a backless dress, this is what I went for, it worked well.

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I bought a low back bustier type of bra from Nordstrom- the maker is Felina, its perfect because its light- i was scared to get something and feel like it was too much under my dress. It was only $50.

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I went with the stick on bra. I found it at Target because VS was out of my size. Not sure it will work with a D but I love it and wear it all time. I also don't know why sewn in wouldn't work, maybe get a second opinion from a seamstress...

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Hi Ladies

 

I did post this info on another thread, but I'll share it here too.  I am also having the same problem I am a 34G and was stuck with what I was going to do for support.  I searched the internet high and low and came accross the Faveo Freedom Bra, it is a strapless backless bra that will support larger ladies (apparantly scientists worked long and hard on the invention).  I am from the UK and I know that it has really good reviews over here, I am yet to try it myself but I will be ordering one just to see if it works.

 

This is the link to a couple of websites.

 

http://www.faveo.co.uk/

 

http://www.underwearsolutions.com/Silicone/Faveo-Freedom-Bra/p-107-204/

 

 

Let me know if any of you ladies purchase one.

 

Charmaine x

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Originally Posted by char79uk View Post

Hi Ladies

 

I did post this info on another thread, but I'll share it here too.  I am also having the same problem I am a 34G and was stuck with what I was going to do for support.  I searched the internet high and low and came accross the Faveo Freedom Bra, it is a strapless backless bra that will support larger ladies (apparantly scientists worked long and hard on the invention).  I am from the UK and I know that it has really good reviews over here, I am yet to try it myself but I will be ordering one just to see if it works.

 

This is the link to a couple of websites.

 

http://www.faveo.co.uk/

 

http://www.underwearsolutions.com/Silicone/Faveo-Freedom-Bra/p-107-204/

 

 

Let me know if any of you ladies purchase one.

 

Charmaine x

thank you!!!!
 

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