Style: Beautiful Bras with Peacocks.

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Peacocks got in touch recently to let me know they've extended the size range of their lingerie. How very exciting! Especially given that the lingerie in question is all under £10! Now we all know I love a nice, expensive bra, but we also know, that realistically we can't always run to £40+ for a boob holder. 


The new range of bras range from a 32A - 44D, the bra I'm reviewing today goes up to a 40F and the briefs go up to a size 24. I chose the spot mesh bra in white. With summer approaching I desperately needed a lighter colour bra. 

There's a squirrel in my bra

Long time readers of the blog will know I've had my fair share of bra related trials and tribulations. And I can find it incredibly difficult to find bras that suit my shape and don't hurt me. So to say I wasn't expecting much from this £9 high street bra is a bit of an understatement. Wow. Was I wrong. This is one of the most comfortable bras I have ever worn. Genuinely. I travelled for over 3 hours to London this week, spent the evening out, then the next day spent 8 hours traipsing round London, and travelling the 3+ hours home again and I can honestly say, not once was this bra uncomfortable. I'm astounded quite frankly! 

Now firstly let me issue a nipple alert. They are just nipples, but if you're offended by nipples, please, I beg of you, don't scroll any further. If you do, however, enjoy the sight of lady nips encased in pretty lingerie, then do continue. 



I'm wearing to 40E, I tend to go from a 38F to a 40E depending on the brand. I actually think I could have gone down a backside in this bra as it is quite generous, but given how comfortable it is, I guess it doesn't matter too much. The pretty polka dots and lace trim just make this a joy. This style is also available in black (which I absolutely have to buy), aqua and pink. 





I am really impressed with this bra, as you can tell! If you're looking for a great budget option that won't break the bank, then I recommend you visit the website or your local store! 


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3 comments

  1. Went to M&S the other week to be measured up for a bra (its a free service). I had been wearing the wrong cup , have gone from 40D to 40DD. It may not sound much, but; oh boy the difference to have a well fitting bra, you can wear it and forget about it :) You can also book a fitting online at the M&S site - oh and no, I don't work for them :)

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  2. Ooooh I like the sound of these bras. As a bigger breasted lady, I am not a fan of cheaper bra's as they never do much for me. This one sounds great though, I will have to go have a try on for sure!

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    Love Lucy x

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Thank you for your comment, I love reading what everyone has to say! B x

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