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    34DD or 34E depends on the type of bra
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    If you're wearing a bandsize that's too big, it can feel weird at first. What hook are you putting them on? When you buy a bra, you have to put them on the loosest hook first, because then as the elastic wears in the wash, you can tighten it. If the underwire is moving up, then it's deffinately too big at the back. I'd recommend going to a department store and trying on some good quality brands (like gossard, wonderbra etc) in 34B and 32C, and see what you think. Wear a plain T-Shirt, so you can try it on under it to see if it gives you a nice silhouette. The right sized bra can make such a difference.

    I feel like a bra seller after this.
    I put the 32C one on the widest hook, and even then it was quite tight. I'll definitely have to go on a dedicated bra shopping trip when I have more money. I'm curious to see what a 30E bra might do for me!
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    34C :sad: actually a reasonable enough size, they're just a bit small on me relative to the size of my hips/arse!
 
 
 
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