I have on many occasions despaired at the quality of bras for bigger busted ladies, being one myself I head over to Bravissimo and then department stores….never M&S where my flatter chested buddies can buy lots of lingerie sets for such good prices.
I’m a GG/H and I need support. Bras that lift and shape while not costing a fortune has been my eternal hunt. As I was on my eternal quest to find a bra that makes my boobs look perkier and less saggy, I found Tutti Rouge in a Twitter search. They were looking for people to try out their bras so I thought that sounds like me.
They have a massive, pretty range of fuller bust bras at very good prices – normally I would pay £35 – £40 and these are …
We’ll just cut right to the chase – buying bras can create a gaping hole in your wallet. They’re not the least expensive clothing item, but sometimes, it seems as if we’re left with no other choice, especially when they only last 6 months, and a decent bra costs around £30 for the bigger busted lady.
The good thing in all of this is you don’t have to adhere to market prices all the time. Here are 8 tricks you can do to smartly shop for bras on a budget so your dollar can go further!
1. Check Discount Stores
It helps to pay discount stores and outlets a visit every once in a while. These stores might have perfectly functional bras with no defects at discounted prices. The only thing with these stores is …