Victoria’s Secret is the most well-known lingerie retailer on the planet, thanks to its annual Fashion Show with supermodel “Angels” strutting down the runway in crazy costumes and bras stuffed full of extra padding.
But what about those of us who are naturally bustier than the Angels? How do we shop at Victoria’s Secret?
I’m going to let you in on a secret of my own: if you’re wearing a DDD cup size in any Victoria’s Secret bra, chances are you’re not really a DDD, and chances are your entire bra size is wrong. More on that in a moment.
As someone who works in the bra retail industry, I wanted to create an “Ultimate Guide” that explains Victoria’s Secret’s bra sizing methods, the sizes their bras come in, and bra reviews of those available for bustier women with DD and DDD cup sizes.
I make no secret about the fact that I’m biased against them, but I also want to help those who may be shopping there to find the right fit. (If you want to read my story that caused me to stop shopping there, click here).
First, I want to discuss how their bras fit, what sizes they come in, and then get to specific bras you can buy in DDD along with bra reviews. Ready? Let’s get started…
Victoria’s Secret Bra Sizes
It’s no secret that I’m not a big fan of Victoria’s Secret sizing methods. I’ve even said that no woman, and especially no DD+ cup woman, should wear their bras. One of the big reasons for that is how poorly their bras fit. Their bras don’t even fit the models, nor do they fit real women who need one of the many sizes they don’t carry because their methods are stuck in the 1950’s.
(If you want to learn proper bra sizing, I’ve written an ultimate guide that you can find here.)
The sizing methods Victoria’s Secret uses are pretty old school: B is the “normal” cup size, so DDD must be some weird swamp monster. And when it comes to band size, 32 is “a little too skinny”, 34 is “normal”, 36 is a little thicker, and so on.
In addition, it’s a well-known fact that Victoria’s Secret has a terrible selection of plus size bras. Their bra sizes are inconsistent, which is especially dangerous when you’re dealing with DD and DDD cup sizes.
Personally, I wouldn’t wish a Victoria’s Secret bra on my worst enemy, which is why I’ve spent so much time writing bra reviews and rating the best bras from my experience. (You can find all of my recommendations for your size here.)
However, if you insist, Victoria’s Secret bras are available in a range of inconsistent, improperly built sizes sure to leave you with gapping caps or overflowing quadra-boob.
To their credit, Victoria’s Secret has at least acknowledged that some women wear bra sizes larger than DD in recent years, and has a greater number of DDD cup sizes in stock than ever before. Sadly, many of these sizes are only available only online as they are frequently out of stock at their stores.
Again, the problem with their sizing is that bra fitters in their stores are on a mission to squeeze you into any size they sell, and they will measure you poorly to do that. I can’t tell you how many times some poor girl has come to me wearing a 36D from Victoria’s Secret, only for me to properly size her and discover she’s really a 30G. Once we make the switch, she wonders why she ever bought those overhyped VS bras before.
What Bra Sizes does Victoria’s Secret Sell?
Most Victoria’s Secret bras are available in standard sizes that cover band sizes from 32 to 38, and cup sizes from A to DD, with more DDD cup sizes in unlined and lightly lined bras becoming available.
The typical sizes available are: 32A, 32B, 32C, 32D, 32DD, 34A, 34B, 34C, 34D, 34DD, 36A, 36B, 36C, 36D, 36DD, 38B, 38C, 38D, and 38DD. In recent years, I’ve read that they have started to stock fewer A cups.
For those of us who are fuller in the chest, they are increasingly stocking 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, 38DDD, and 40DDD. It seems that their more basic lines such as Body by Victoria are the most likely to offer DDD sizes, and you can (rarely) even find a 30 band size like 30DD.
Victoria’s Secret Bra Sizes Compared to Other Brands
How come that us bustier ladies can’t seem to find the fitting size in Victoria’s Secret? Let me tell you: the fact that they don’t offer a variety of choice for DDD sizes is no conspiracy theory.
Of course, their employees won’t reveal this shocking fact in front of you. When you enter their store, they’ll bend over backwards to try to convince you that their sizes DO fit you.
The truth is that Victoria’s Secret sells bras of smaller cups than numerous other brands. Most of their bra models come in following sizes: 32A, 32B, 32C, 32D, 32DD, 34A, 34B, 34C, 34D, 34DD, 36A, 36B, 36C, 36D, 36DD, 38B, 38C, 38D, and 38DD. While they do offer some DDD and DDD+ models, you’ll rarely find any that actually justify the specifications.
The difference between the Victoria’s Secret bras and numerous other brands (such as the ones on BareNecessities.com) is in the image that VS is trying to keep up. They’d rather have you wear a completely wrong size, than actually hear the requests of bustier gals. The BareNecessities website provides a great choice of DDD and DDD+ sizes, which aren’t plain and boring as few of the Victoria’s Secret plus-size bras.
You may think that bra designers over at Victoria’s Secret simply assume that all girls look like their models. As a matter of fact, they’re aware of our existence. It’s just that they’re not ready to acknowledge it.
The moral of the story is that Victoria’s Secret does have bras for bustier girls – but not enough. When compared to other brands, there are fewer cup sizes, as well as band sizes. Also, another disturbing fact is that DD+ Victoria’s Secret bras cost more. So, not only do you not have much to choose from… you also have to pay more for a poor selection.
Do Victoria’s Secret Sizes Run Small or Big?
Are Victoria’s Secret sizes accurate? Absolutely not. However, not all customers will tell you the same. Unfortunately, some women don’t actually know their actual bra size, and it is quite problematic. Wearing a bra that doesn’t fit you isn’t only an aesthetic problem. It can cause much bigger issues, and it is certainly not beneficial to your health.
When it comes to Victoria’s Secret bra sizes, they definitely do run small. Once again, this is a consequence of the signature Victoria’s Secret style. They simply refuse to think outside the box and create the diversity they lack. They’d rather have you try on and buy a bra that doesn’t fit you, then actually do something about the poor size selection.
If you let Victoria’s Secret personnel measure your bust and give you their ‘honest’ opinion, you can definitely expect them to lie about the fit. In order to make you purchase their bra, they’ll give you a bigger band size with smaller cups that simply aren’t adequate for your body.
Therefore, if the perfect size for you would be 32DDD, they’ll advise you to try on 36DD. Regardless of your reaction, they’ll put on a wide smile and compliment the fit. In reality, all they’re trying to do is sell a bra, hoping that the customer cares more about the label than the comfort.
So, not only do they lack in plus-size bra selection, their bras also run small. You’ll usually end up buying a bra which is a couple sizes larger in band size, and a few sizes smaller in cup size.
Plus Sizes at Victoria’s Secret
When it comes to DDD sizes, it is wiser to choose to shop online. As I’ve previously mentioned, the Victoria’s Secret stores don’t usually stock up on these sizes. To avoid an unpleasant encounter with pushy VS bra fitters who’ll try to squeeze you into a smaller size, it is better to visit the website.
The DDD sizes available on Victoria’s Secret website include: 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, 38DDD, and 40DDD. The disappointing fact about VS plus-size bra selection is that you won’t find many bra models in these sizes. Chances are that your favorite VS bra doesn’t even exist in DDD sizes. Moreover, there’s no selection of DDD+ models whatsoever.
Frankly, it seems that Victoria’s Secret bra designers have no intention of expanding their assortment. You can find a DDD bra on their page, but only in a couple of designs. So, unless you want to wear the wrong size, your choice is significantly narrowed down.
If you’re a fan of Victoria’s Secret bras and you’re a fellow busty girl, you’re probably jumping for joy to hear that some of them are available in DDD sizes. However, once we get to each of the bra models individually, you’ll find that there’s a lot of false advertising involved. The bra may say DDD, but it certainly doesn’t fit like one.
So, ready to buy a bra at Victoria’s Secret? Let’s see which bras they offer in DDD cup sizes.
The most popular bras women search for seem to be Victoria’s Secret push-up bras, sports bras, and bralettes. Looking at their website, there’s no doubt these are what women are looking for; push-up of course because their models actually don’t have much cleavage, sports bras because we all want to be healthier, and bralettes because they’re on trend with us millenials now.
First, let’s start with the Body by Victoria collection, one of the company’s oldest lines.
Body by Victoria Perfect Coverage Bra
This bra comes in band sizes from 32 to 40, and cup sizes B to DDD. DDD sizes include 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, 38DDD, and 40DDD. VS says it’s their “fullest coverage and our sexiest comfort meet in this supersoft bra with lighter Memory Fit lining that conforms to your curves”, and the bra is available in about 25 different colors from the standard black and nude, to cute colors like angel pink crochet lace, to more exotic colors like ginger glaze.
Overall, this bra gets good ratings. Common complaints about the bra include that the elastic stretches out way too quickly (something all too common with VS bras), that the straps don’t stay attached, and that the memory foam smells like rubber.
More importantly, several DD and DDD cup sizers complained that the bra’s fabric seems to have changed over time, and is no longer supportive of their fuller cups. One 36DDD reviewer said that the colors were cute, but the bra can’t support her breasts. Another reviewer said the quality is “going downhill” and that the underwire of her bra poked out after a few washes.
Body by Victoria Perfect Shape Bra
The available sizes of this bra model are: 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, 38DDD, and 40DDD. It is a push-up fit, claiming to be a supersoft bra which provides both coverage and support. The VS Memory Fit design promises to fit the curves, which is something girls who look for DDD sizes definitely need.
Moreover, the straps are adjustable, and you can also cross them in the back. The double-lined sides ensure a comfortable fit. The colors and patterns vary from plain black, nude, and champagne, to bolder colors with lace details.
However, one of the most beautiful models, fair orchid with lace detail, doesn’t exist in DDD.
The overall rating of this product is rather high. Some of the customers seem to love the wide range of colors, especially the lace detailing. Also, they praise the support and comfort it offers.
However, if you dig under the surface, you’ll find that this bra isn’t all that great. According to a disappointed customer’s review, this bra is too tight. This is something DDD cup sizers have to deal with when it comes to VS bras.
Contrary to what the product description promises, certain customers feel that the bra doesn’t offer enough support. Apparently, the cups feel ‘droopy’, which is what happens when the bra isn’t the right size.
Body by Victoria Demi Bra
Demi Bra comes in various different colors and patterns. Once again, you’ll discover that one of the prettiest designs, which is the teal one, doesn’t exist in DDD sizes. Once again, DDD size wearers have a somewhat limited selection.
The color combinations vary from simple, monochromatic, to colorful floral prints. The available plus-sizes are: 30DDD, 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, 38DDD, and 40DDD.
Since the bra has a lower cut, it does show a bit more cleavage than the previous model. This model also has a Memory Fit which should offer extra support. The U-shaped back contributes to the support and comfort factor.
Although some girls do find it comfortable, you’ll definitely find numerous complaints about this bra. One of the girls who wears DDD sizes finds the fit to be rather small. According to her review, the bra isn’t meant for bigger girls with larger breasts. She thinks that the fabric is great, but the fit is too uncomfortable for a bigger girl.
Yet another unsatisfied customer commented on the tightness of the fit. She says that the bra is extremely uncomfortable, since the wires are hurting her. Obviously, even the so-called DDD sizes of VS bras aren’t mean for plus-size wearers.
Body by Victoria Unlined Demi Bra
Unlike the regular Demi bra, the Unlined version doesn’t come in 30DDD. It is only available in following cup sizes: 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, 38DDD, and 40DDD.
Another difference between these two models is that this one is available in teal color. Besides the teal, a couple more designs have crossdye details. On the other hand, there are also simpler, one-colored bras of this kind, in plain white, black, and nude.
The Unlined Demi kept the lower cut, but left out the wires. It has an unlined shape for more comfort, with underwire cups. Just like on the other models, the straps are also adjustable.
Even the customers who seem to like this bra find that it runs small. Once again, we discover that the Victoria’s Secret sizes aren’t particularly accurate. Another complaint found in positive reviews concerns the shape that the bra creates. Apparently, it makes boobs look pointy, instead of giving them a lifted, sexier effect.
Another DDD size wearer confirms that the fit runs small. Although she ordered a size larger bra (according to the VS size chart), the cup ended up being way too small. Other unsatisfied customers also commented on the size of the cup, as well as the weird shape the bra was creating for their boobs.
Body by Victoria Strapless Balconet Bra
Victoria’s Secret Strapless Balconet Bra can also be found in 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, 38DDD, and finally 40DDD. That being said, it should offer enough support and comfort for bustier girls. All the bras in different colors include lace detailing.
The model is strapless, but you can still add the straps if you need them. The description states it is lightlined, with undercups, and back closure.
However, even in the picture it is quite obvious that the bra does not fit the model. Even though she’s skinny and what you would consider a typical VS size, the bra seems too tight.
While some girls love this bra and find it extremely comfortable, others definitely regret buying it. One of the customers feels that the bra isn’t of very good quality. Since VS bras aren’t particularly affordable, isn’t it a bit odd that, besides the diversity in sizes, they’d lack in quality, too?
Another customer, who wears size 38DD, thought this would be just the perfect strapless bra. However, she ended up disappointed, since the bra offered no support whatsoever without the straps. Being that the whole purpose of the bra is to be worn strapless, it doesn’t really make much sense.
Body by Victoria Wireless Bra
Victoria’s Secret Wireless Bra has a plunging neckline. It allows you to show some cleavage when you wear low-cut shirts and dresses. Being wireless, it promises absolute comfort. Their signature U-shaped back is also supposed to enhance the level of comfort. DDD wearers can get it in 32DDD, 34DDD, 38DDD, and 40DDD.
Is it really all that comfortable? As expected, not for DDD size wearers. A girl wearing 34DDD bought it hoping that it would combine the comfort and security she needed. Unfortunately, she got none of those two factors, since the bra offers no support for large breasts.
A 32DDD wearer finds the straps too tight, and not strong enough to support the boobs. Once again, the construction of the bra itself doesn’t fit a large bust.
Body by Victoria Multi-way Bra
Here they go again with the limitations in style choice for the DDD category. The first style (Silver Sea) is unavailable in DDD size. Once again, there’s a lack of choice when it comes to bras for bustier girls. But, it isn’t much of a surprise, is it? Luckily, there are 9 other color choices, in 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, 38DDD, and 40DDD.
The bra offers a plunging neckline for more cleavage. It says it provides the comfort you need, since it has no wires. It is also lightly lined, with a back closure. This model also has double-lined sides.
The fit rating shows that many customers feel that the bra isn’t true to size, which is another common characteristic of the VS bras. This alone imposes a great barrier for DDD size wearers.
A 34DDD size wearer states that the bra offers no support and is very uncomfortable. Although it does come in larger sizes, it doesn’t fit the way it should. Another DDD wearer (32DDD) finds the bra to be too tight. The problem seems to be not only in the bra itself, but in the straps, as well. Clearly, it doesn’t suit DDD wearers.
Other customers also found the bra to be too loose and uncomfortable.
Body by Victoria Lace Plunge Unlined Demi Bra
This particular model doesn’t come in DDD sizes. The biggest sizes you’ll find this model in include 32DD, 34DD, 36DD, 38DD, and 40DD. Out of 5 pattern and color combinations, 4 are available in DD sizes. Not only are there no DDD fits, but the existing plus-size models are limited in color variations. One thing you’ll notice with the majority of VS bras is that the large sizes lack in design versatility.
According to the product description, this bra should offer sexiness and comfort. It has a low cut for plunging neckline, as well as soft sides which make it comfortable.
In comparison to the previous bras, this one does have a higher overall rating. One of the customers appreciates the fact that the bra has no padding, which makes it perfect for hot weather. Also, another customer had nothing but praise for the design of this model. However, even a satisfied customer noticed that the cups are smaller than expected.
There are definitely customers who had nice things to say about this model. The only problem was that the size wasn’t accurate, and the bra didn’t fit. As beautiful as the material is, these girls had to return the bra since it didn’t suit their body shape.
For instance, one customer was measured at a VS store. Obviously, she followed their instructions and ordered a bra in the size they advised. As you can already guess, the size was completely off.
Now, let’s move on to the Dream Angels and T-Shirt Bra collections, more recent but classic lines intended to offer softer fabrics and less push-up than many of their other bras.
Dream Angels Demi Bra
This bra comes in a range of DDD sizes: 30DDD, 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, 38DDD, as well as 40DDD. On the other hand, you’ll find that certain styles of this bra are unavailable in DDD sizes. Once again, just because you need plus-size models, your choices are limited. Still, this bra is available in plain, one-colored, and lace designs.
Apparently, the bra has stretchy sides for a very comfortable fit. Also, it claims to be lightly lined, contributing to the comfort. It also has underwire cups, which aren’t supposed to cause the feeling of tightness.
The overall rating is pretty good, and there are a lot of girls who do speak highly of this model. On the other hand, many customers found this model not to be what they expected.
An unsatisfied VS bra purchaser confesses that she was utterly disappointed with the fit of this bra. Although she was measured at a VS shop and assigned the size of 38DDD, the bra in this size didn’t fit. As a matter of fact, it was too small. Once again, what we can learn from different experiences of numerous disappointed customers is that VS bras indeed run small.
Yet another customer felt absolutely uncomfortable wearing this bra. Although she was also fitted at the store, the underwire kept poking her, and she was clearly given the wrong size.
Dream Angels Wicked Unlined Uplift Bra
Wicked Unlined Uplift Bra is available in 32DDD, 334DDD, 36DDD, and 38DDD. As you can see, there isn’t much to choose from when it comes to DDD sizes. Once again, the VS assortment fails to provide the DDD wearers with enough diversity. In addition, one of the prettiest designs (the Sugar Cookie color) doesn’t exist in DDD sizes.
On the other hand, if you do overcome to size barrier, there are some beautiful designs you can choose from. All obstacles considered, you’ll be lucky if you find a bra in this collection that fits you perfectly.
This push-up model has no padding, but it comes with a hidden sling for the push-up effect.
This bra received a great number of positive comments. There are numerous reviews in which buyers speak highly of the design and the construction of the bra. There’s even a 34DDD wearer who appreciates the support this bra offers.
However, we’re back at the beginning, since a lot of customers feel that the bra runs a cup size small. A customer who wears 36DDD experienced a cup being smaller than expected. When she asked the personnel at the VS store about this, she replied that the model runs small. If even the people who work there admit that the sizes are inaccurate, there’s no room for further discussion.
Dream Angels Push-up Bra
Found in 30DDD, 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, and 38DDD, this Push-Up Victoria’s Secret bra offers a wide range of different colors and patterns. Per usual, once you choose the DDD category, some of these designs will no longer be available. I guess that limited options are something you have to accept, if you’re determined to own a Victoria’s Secret bra.
This Push-Up model guarantees lightweight lift, having stretchy lace sides. The padding is softer, making the fit more comfortable. Also, the U-shaped back contributes to the security and comfort this model allegedly provides.
An aggravated customer promises that this is the last time she shopped for a VS bra. Obviously, she finds that their selection of plus-size bras lacks in versatility and comfort we need. Another purchaser states that it is obvious that Victoria’s Secret designers spend more time working on the aesthetics, than the actual construction of the bra. This is why the bras don’t fit and feel uncomfortable, making their beautiful exterior marginal.
It seems that reviews for every single Victoria’s Secret bra model include remarks about the sizing the personnel do in VS stores. It is quite obvious that many girls have experienced the same thing we talked about previously. They want to convince you that you fit in a certain size, just so you would buy it.
More customers who left reviews on the Victoria’s Secret website have been professionally measured at one of their stores. They experienced the same thing as many customers before: the size wasn’t adequate for them.
A 38DDD size wearer feels that this bra doesn’t offer enough support, as it creates a strange shape. Also, the cups were too small for this size. Obviously, there isn’t a clear connection between the size of the bra, and the actual construction.
Dream Angels Multi-way Bra
This Multi-Way Victoria’s Secret bra comes in 4 different prints, out of which 3 are available in DDD sizes. According to the description, you can achieve five different looks with this bra. The bra can be classic or strapless. You can also make it crossback, or wear it with just one strap. Finally, it can also turn into a halter bra. You can find it in 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, and 38DDD.
This model comes with a U-shaped ballet back. Apparently, this back design is supposed to give you more security. Speaking of security, there are also underwire cups.
The rating of this product isn’t as high as we’ve seen with the previous bra models. A portion of satisfied customers appreciates the versatility and design of this particular model. They feel that the bra does the job.
On the other hand, some customers report that the bra is too small and that the fit is off. According to one review, anyone who wears 36DD+ should stay away from this model. Without the straps, it simply does not have the power to hold the cleavage in place. This is a common issue with the Victoria’s Secret bras, since their design doesn’t seem to fit women with a large bust.
The T-Shirt Perfect Shape Bra
This bra is an everyday model which doesn’t show underneath your clothes. It has a sleek design, and a U-shaped back. It is supposed to give you the perfect combination of coverage and lift, since it has cushioned padding.
The DDD sizes category excludes some of the patterns. However, you get to choose from two styles: plain colors, and printed designs. The DDD category includes the following sizes: 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, and 38DDD.
Don’t let the high rating fool you. The positive reviews are usually written by those girls who don’t have to deal with everything us busty girls go through to find the adequate bra.
Per usual, the sizing is off, and the customers find that they needed a size bigger than what they got. Another girl went through the trauma of getting measured at the store and being told that she is a certain size, although it clearly didn’t fit her.
The T-Shirt Demi Bra
This T-Shirt model promises to be as comfortable as a t-shirt. Since it’s made of sleek material, and with light lining, it isn’t supposed to show through your t-shirt. In addition, it also has U-shaped back which contributes to the sleek feel of the bra.
As far as support is concerned, this bra model has underwire cups. It is available in 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, and 38DDD.
A review by a 34DDD size wearer explains everything that’s wrong with Victoria’s Secret bras for busty women. First of all, the cups are too small, and they simply don’t offer enough support for large breasts. Secondly, the straps are too skinny to support the weight of a large bust. Also, they have to be adjusted very tightly to provide any support whatsoever.
Other customers also find that the size choice is poor, and that the cleavage it creates doesn’t look sexy at all.
Now, on to the Very Sexy and So Obsessed collections, which offers more push-up bras and breathlessly promises more cleavage than the more classic collections.
Very Sexy Push-up Bra
The Victoria’s Secret Push-Up Bra offers the following sizes for bustier women: 30DDD, 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, 38DDD, and 40DDD. You’ll notice that this is a bigger size selection than many other bra models offer.
Also, the selection of colors, patterns, and textures is very rich. The edges of this bra are supposed to “disappear under clothes”, while the soft padding should give you a perfect cleavage.
Once again, the straps create an uncomfortable experience for one of the purchasers. According to their review, the straps are too tight, and the material is nowhere near soft. She emphasized the fact that she only wears size 32B, and that bustier women would definitely not enjoy wearing this model.
A 34DDD wearer was pleased to find out that Victoria’s Secret bra offered so many different patterns in a large size. However, as beautiful as it is, it did not feel comfortable. Yet again, the factor of comfort is disregarded by the bra designers.
Finally, let’s look at the new line of Victoria Sport sports bras. I would avoid most of these bras as being too flimsy for fuller cups, and I would especially avoid any bra not sold in an actual bra size. Remember, even though Victoria’s Secret is good at photoshopping big boobs on its models, the Angels aren’t the ones who have to work out in their sports bras.
Incredible by Victoria Sport Bra
Since this is a sport bra, it is supposed to give you maximum support and reliability. This is exactly what the description states about it. Also, the material is supposedly stay-cool, which is adequate for workouts.
This sport bra promises to be flexible and reliable at the same time. For DDD size wearers, security has to be multiplied. The DDD category of this model includes 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, and 38DDD.
I’ve worked out in this top, and let me tell ya, it definitely isn’t what it claims to be. After giving up on regular Victoria’s Secret bras, I’ve decided to give these a shot. I ended up wasting my money, as many other DDD size wearers out there.
Most customers find the design odd, and the top hard to put on. Also, it doesn’t fit as it should, as it runs too small.
Incredible by Victoria Sport Front-close Sports Bra
This Sport Bra has a front-close, since it zips up in the front. My fellow DDD weares can find it in 32DDD, 34DDD, 36DDD, and 38DDD. Unlike the previous model, this one is supposed to be easy to put on and take off, since it has a zipper in the front.
It also contains a flexible underwire (which you aren’t supposed to feel) for maximum support. It is also made of stay-cool fabric.
While this bra is rated higher than the previous model, there are still certain issues when it comes to women with a larger bust. While the zipper was supposed to be a convenient addition, it seems that it creates more problems. Apparently, some customers with larger boobs weren’t able to zip it up all the way, and even required help getting out of it. Seems like too much trouble for a workout top, don’t you think?
They seem to repeat the same mistakes even with sport bras. Many reviews show that even these bras run small and don’t fit busty girls.
There are plenty of other bras that come in sizes A to DD that I haven’t listed here, among them:
The Bombshell Bra
You remember those TV commercials blaring “Hello, Bombshell!”, right? The ones that promised to add two cup sizes to your breasts with a heavy dose of foam padding and cleavage touching your chin? If not, here you go:
Not so many Christmases ago, the go-to gift for every husband or boyfriend was supposed to be this crazy bra that adds two cup sizes. In case you’re worried your DDD cups aren’t enough, you’ll be sad to know that the Bombshell Bra only is available from A to DD cup sizes, meaning us DDD girls are out of luck.
In case you want to add two bra sizes to your bust (or heck, even three cup sizes), I did write a blog post about bras that add two cup sizes even to DDD sizes.
So there you have it… every Victoria’s Secret bra available for fuller figure cup sizes. If you feel the urge to add their products to your lingerie drawer, by all means go for it. Just remember that chances are you’re wearing the wrong bra size, and their bra fitters won’t let you know about it.If you enjoyed this article, then we're probably very similar. I'm Victoria Melo, and I know what it’s like to be busty and struggle finding the perfect bra. Not long ago, I was just another girl wearing the wrong bra size. When I finally discovered my real size and found great bras for my busty figure, it felt like a miracle. Now, I'm a bra fitter helping hundreds of women like you find their own miracle. Click here to read my lists of my favorite bras for you.