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I need a bra fitting as my boobs have changed a lot recently and unsure on what size I need. Obviously bra fitting in stores aren't possible with all that is going on currently. I don't want to buy not knowing if it truly fits right. Before you suggest I never tried measuring myself and wouldn't know where to start. What should I do? When will they allow fittings in store again?
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Idek know what size i am. i just by comfort bras in medium and hope for the best lol
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I have found M&S, do a very good bra fitting service.
Quite when they will start up again, I cant answer that.
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Either measure yourself (easily done with a measuring tape.
Buy a few sizes and make sure you can return those that don’t fit.
Or buy sports bras that have dress sizes instead of bra sizes until you can get properly fitted
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There's not much you can do except buy a few sizes and return the one that don't fit. No one knows when it will allowed again.
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Theres bound to be a YouTube video on it
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Try 'boob or bust', its a popular website that i often see praised for their measurement technique. You just need a flexible tape measure. It'll at least give you a rough guide on what sizes to start with! Then you can buy a couple in similar sizes, try them on at home and return the ones that don't fit
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(Original post by empeño)
Try 'boob or bust', its a popular website that i often see praised for their measurement technique. You just need a flexible tape measure. It'll at least give you a rough guide on what sizes to start with! Then you can buy a couple in similar sizes, try them on at home and return the ones that don't fit
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I need a bra fitting as my boobs have changed a lot recently and unsure on what size I need. Obviously bra fitting in stores aren't possible with all that is going on currently. I don't want to buy not knowing if it truly fits right. Before you suggest I never tried measuring myself and wouldn't know where to start. What should I do? When will they allow fittings in store again?
Online lingerie stores will often have guides on their sizes and measurings. You will just need a measuring tape to measure your bust and underneath your boobs, then compare with a chart to find your closest size 🙂

Edit: to add, when measuring, don't pull the tape too tight, make sure it feels comfortable around you so your bra will also feel comfortable 🙂
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This youtube video shows you how
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