I went bra browsing with a friend of mine last Sunday, just because I suspected she might be wearing the wrong size. We'd been fitted together last year at Bras N Things, and I'd been put into a 10D, which was totally incorrect for me. I figured my friend had probably been fitted incorrectly too, but I hadn't had a chance to check. She told me that she'd gone down in cup size, too, so she thought she was probably a 10C.
We went to Bendon and I had a look at the bra she was wearing. It seemed to fit ok, but it was old so it was fairly stretched out. Must have been a fairly generous C cup though, because when we tried C cups in the Elle MacPherson and Bendon brands, she was clearly too big for them. We then looked at 10Ds, some of which fit ok and some of which were still too small. Finally in a 10DD, I showed her how although the particular styles she had didn't work with her boobs, the wires extended far enough across her chest that her breast tissue was fully encased at the sides and there was no cutting in at the top of the cup. Depending on the style, she's now going to be looking at 10Ds and 10DDs. We didn't buy a bra there because they're $60+ and we were tired!
I tried on bras as well (why pass up the opportunity?) and it greatly annoyed me first that out of four or five brands in the store, only one had bras in my size - and then only because I was wearing 10Fs instead of 8FFs. It also annoyed me that the brand - Elle MacPherson - had only sheer cup balconettes for my size. They had lovely padded cups in different styles for smaller cup sizes, but all the same for me. Don't get me wrong, they were still beautiful bras, but all the same :(
Anyway, have an OOTD from a time I can't remember, but fairly recently. I very rarely wear black, so here's an all black outfit! (Looks like I need to clean my camera lens >>)