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Hi, thanks for getting in touch. A 32D is one cup size larger than a 32C, so you will find the back fits the same but the cup will be too big. If you cannot get your normal 32C size we would suggest trying either a 30D or a 34B. Hope this helps. Freya x
Hi, thanks for your question. We’re sorry to hear about your frustration with the Taylor bra. We would suggest you try the new store Ashlee bra, available in a gorgeous Sorbet shade or the store Crystal bra from last season. We hope you like these styles x
Hi Sylvie, Yes you would be the same size in a bikini as you are in a bra. Love Freya x
Hi, We would recommend you visit one of our stockists and get professionally fitted to ensure you get the perfect fit now you've lost all that weight. You can view a list of all our stockists here Love Freya x
Hi, We're sorry to hear you're struggling to get hold of the Retro bra but would suggest you give our new Lauren plunge bra a try as this was modelled on the Retro style and shape. You can view the Lauren Plunge Bra here. Love Freya x
Hi, thanks for your question. There only difference between these two styles of bras is the size. Anything from a B-G is called a plunge balcony bra and any cup size from GG+ is called a balcony bra. Love Freya x
Hi, I will pass on your request for 28C bras to our designers. I would suggest you try our Lauren plunge bra and Lacey plunge bra as these are both available in a 28D and come up slightly lower at the front. Love Freya x
Hi, Our fitting video below will give you some great hints and tips on getting the right fit. It sounds from your explanation that your cup size is too small which is causing the 'double boob' effect and your back size sounds too large which is why it is riding up your back and putting pressure on your shoulders. This is very common, and we would suggest you try going up in the cup size and down in the back size eg 34E or even 32F. If there is a way you can get to a stockist that would be your best bet as they will ensure you are fitted in the perfect size. Love Freya x
Hi, It really depends on how often you wear and wash the bra so it's hard for us to comment. The fact that the new bras are so much more comfortable for you though does suggest perhaps it's time to re-stock your lingerie drawer! Love Freya x
Hi, We would recommend the first thing you do is drop in to one of our stockists and get professionally fitted to ensure you are wearing the correct size. If 32F is definitely correct for you, then yes it may be a good idea to try a Soft Cup of Sports bra. Our Pollyanna soft cup bra could be a great option as it offers great support and a really soft comfortable fabric. You can view it online here Love Freya x
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