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Good Bras? Where are they? Help!

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    I was doubtful about the bras at H&M (I needed supportive DD or E cup nursing bras), but I tried them and they are the best I've found in Hong Kong. I've only tried the nursing bras, but I would highly recommend them - and they are only about $150!

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    A friend of mine swears by H&M too.

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    Thank you ladies! I checked out the Bralicious website and will give them a call very soon. Their price range is perfect too. I'll just have to go get fitted and see if any work for me. I'm totally not into lacey-stuff because usually the lace rubs on my skin and irritates it. Also must have an underwire and it can't be sheer or see-through so that at any point a cool air-conditioned room could reveal my nipples--especially since I work around 16-18-year-old teen boys in HK.

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    As far as buying a bra right off the rack from M&S or H&M, I'd rather go to a shop and be fitted because I've found that that really ensures that I always get the perfect fit and it's been quite awhile since I've just bought off the rack for bras.

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    M&S does have a fitting service :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rani View Post
    M&S does have a fitting service :)
    Rani, do you know what the price range on M&S bras is? I'd like to find a good bra between 200-300 HKD and I'll probably buy 2-3 of the same style if I find something good.

    As far as fitting goes--do they just let you try it on or is there someone professional there to check and make sure that it fits correctly?

    The boutique I've bought mine from in the States is absolutely fantastic. I think the owner is like a G cup or something and that was her impetus for opening the boutique. Just looking for a good professional service.

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