Saturday, 25 April 2015

Style: Beautiful Bras with Peacocks.

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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