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Review: ASOS Fuller Cup Lingerie

Review: ASOS Fuller Cup Lingerie

For many of us girls blessed in the chest region, shopping can prove to be both expensive and difficult. However, I've seen for a few years that ASOS have their own Fuller Cup range (essentially DD+) of bra's and thought it was about time I gave them a test run.

Many of the ASOS Lingerie styles are made as part of the Fuller Cup range, which is honestly heart warming for a brand to realise that just because out breasts are large - doesn't mean we need to live in granny bras! Big up yourself ASOS. Additionally, the pricing of the range is reasonable, again thank you ASOS. I remember when I was younger (god I am so old) you would be looking to spend at leat £35 a bra as a fuller cup girl, as you can imagine at age 13/14/15/16 that filled my mother with glee. Have no fear mother's of blessed chested teenagers and money savvy fellow adulting gals, ASOS run bra's from £10+ - go wild.

My review will be based primarily on the Fuller Cup Mesh Set you probably saw me strutting on Instagram - I purchased the set in both Black and White.

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The first thing I noticed when unwrapping the set was the feel, now it's important to note that this set is budget - like I said ASOS run bras from £10+. Personally, I've never really been able to buy bras at such a low price, because they just are not made by many brands. So, I was shocked by how thin the bra was - which instantly made me think "ok the quality was never going to feel similar to bra's I pay 3x the amount for" which is fine! But, just a heads up - they felt very thin and flimsy!

Secondly, I could see a noticeable size difference between the black and white sets. I'd ordered the same sizes, but you could see the black set was a little smaller. I tried them on and this was correct, so I would say mind out for sizing as I don't believe they are 100% true to size. However, I was able to exchange the black set for a larger size and it fits like a glove.

Overall, I would recommend the ASOS Fuller Cup range as they offer a bunch of on-trend lingerie pieces for us blessed girls, for a reasonable price! Just watch out for sizing and maybe order a few sizes around so you can get the best fit possible!

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