... an L-cup.
The L-cup is now the biggest bra size you can buy, replacing Bravissimo's former record, the KK cup.
And while Bravissimo is based in Britain, you can easily order an L-cup here in the states and pay in American dollars. (This Alana bra, I should note, will set you back $41.52, but if you're an L-cup, it's probably worth it!)
Do you wish more retailers made bras in bigger sizes?
Personally, the more I read about Bravissimo, the more I like it. Check out a portion of the company's bio:
Sarah Tremellen set up Bravissimo in 1995 following her own frustrating experiences trying to find pretty bras that fit her. Sarah had been appalled by the lack of choice in her size and was fed up of being offered enormous matronly contraptions more suitable for landing parachutes and being told she could not possibly expect to find gorgeous bras in her size. Adamant that big boobed women like herself deserved a better deal when buying lingerie, Sarah started Bravissimo as a mail order company from her living room.
Today, Bravissimo customers are able to ask themselves 'which bra do I like' rather than 'what comes in my size'. Over half a million women have contacted us since we began, turning the sitting-room business into a multi-million pound award-winning company, retailing by mail order, our website and through our 20 high street stores.
I also love that Bravissimo is designing clothing that works for women with bigger chests. After having children, my body has pretty much returned to normal (although I don't plan to wear a bikini EVER AGAIN), but my boobs are undeniably bigger. I hate having to buy larger sizes simply to accommodate my chest.
But take a look at a typical Bravissimo dress:
Totally cute, right? At $94.22, this Notch Neck Shift Dress is not totally out of the question and you can order it in your size, specifying whether you want the bust to be "totally curvy," "really curvy," or "super curvy."
I'm in heaven.
What do you think about Bravissimo and its L-cup?
Images via Bravissimo