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I spent ages trying to find the perfect strapless bra to go underneath all those prom dresses and summer tops, since my Wonderbra was somewhat lacking in the support department. As a 32DD, I ended up in numerous shops, until I stumbled by the perfect multiway bra at House of Fraser (it may be on figleaves and other specialist stores as well). It was one of the priciest I'd seen, at £30, but it was perfectly supportive. It also has a smooth finish, so I can wear it under smooth vest tops and not have to worry about bumps or even *shudders* nips. It was also really comfortable, and didn't press too hard against my ribcage, and after a few wears I was hooked.
Fantasie is great because it caters for a wide range of back and cup sizes. I didn't really check out the other styles, but they all looked nice and supportive. They only thing is that they aren't majorly fashionable, but they are great for practical day-to-day work.
I own and have previously owned many Fantasie bras.
I have a very ample boosm, around a 38H and have had all of my adult life. I have on many occasions found it difficult (in years past) to find good quality, well fitting and most importantly attractive bras.
A local large department store I shop in has a very large underwear department and are stockist of Fantasie bras. This is were I made my first purchase and have retuned many times.
Fantasie bras have an attractive design, pretty colours, fashionable design stc. but they are also well designed with underwiring and very good support. They are available in sizes up to a 42JJ and many styles have thicker straps and wider back support to ensure a good fitting look.
Fantasie are also great with matching products and I normally find a selection of pants to go with the bra of my choice eg. thongs, pants or shorts.
Fantasie bras in my experience cost around £30 with matching items approx £10.
A good larger cup sized bra label