Bras for bigger busts

Everyone who is considered DD+ knows that bras, or at least actually good ones, don’t usually come cheap. So if you’re preparing to make an investment into a new boulder-holder, here are three places worth looking into right now that might not necessarily break the bank.

  1. Boux Avenue

Boux Avenue has seriously upped their game recently, with their new collection it seems that the message is finally getting across that comfort and support ≠ unsexy. In a range of designs and colours, there’s something to fit every style, need, and occasion (not to mention they also have a 20% off student discount). If you’re into seasonal lingerie collections a few pieces also happen to come in a festive shade of forest green at the moment and with their current promotion, you get free matching knickers with selected bras as well.

2. M&S

Whilst you may shudder at the memory of going in with your mum to get your first training bra, sometimes mother knows best. M&S has always been a failsafe option when it comes to lingerie, with an inclusive range of sizes in countless different styles and levels of support, it’s worth having a browse through their website every now and then to see what you can find. Whilst they may not necessarily seem like they cater to the young adult age group, you’d be surprised at how many bras seem like they belong somewhere like Victoria’s Secret.

3. Pour Moi

Predominantly online as well as being stocked in various retailers, Pour Moi has an expansive range of lingerie with bras going up to a size 44J. If you’re looking for something more on the sporty side, they also have a wide range of activewear including a good collection of sports bras. Pour Moi is a brand that has unfortunately stayed out of the limelight for a while, however they really are a hidden gem and are very reasonably priced in comparison to some lingerie stores you may find on the high street.

Rosa Macvicar