First Bra

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First Bra

Postby caboodles » Tue Mar 18, 2014 10:40 am

My little girl is developing at an alarming rate. Any mums (or cool dads) have any advice about where to go in the Malaga area to have good service when buying a first bra for her? Many thanks.

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Re: First Bra

Postby Ama » Tue Mar 18, 2014 11:59 pm

Most girls start with crop tops, available at H&M or C&As, from there most places seem to go to a B cup, very little available in A and nothing in AA, so I suggest you checkout the Angel line from Marks & Spencer, either online, or in the store at La Cañada.

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Re: First Bra

Postby costakid » Wed Mar 19, 2014 9:14 am

What a stupid question. Your a parent, do you really need to ask this.

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Re: First Bra

Postby chrissiehope » Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:52 pm

I don't think she was asking for advice on whether her daughter should have a bra, but only for a recommendation as to a good shop. It's only the same sort of post as someone asking where the best dentist is or where to buy DIY materials... :roll:
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Re: First Bra

Postby eazbak » Thu Mar 20, 2014 10:13 am

I did seem a slightly unusual question but at least it makes a change from all the satellite/tv/cables/internet/BBC/ITV questions recently !!

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Re: First Bra

Postby caboodles » Mon Apr 14, 2014 6:18 pm

costakid wrote:What a stupid question. Your a parent, do you really need to ask this.

Yes I am a parent. When girls develop, I googled that they should have a specialist measure them to ensure they develop correctly, bras can be quite a difficult thing when you are just 9 years old. I was wondering if there were any specialist shops that actually offered this service. Now can I just offer my opinion? You are a stupid aggressive opinionated *beep*. Thanks.

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Re: First Bra

Postby Manchesteral » Tue May 06, 2014 6:36 pm

Forgive my pessimism, but, a first bra at 9 years old ? why not let her have a childhood first, sorry if my post seems impolite but I'm old school and will remain that way !!

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Re: First Bra

Postby Gasman » Sat Jun 07, 2014 8:38 pm

"Forgive my pessimism, but, a first bra at 9 years old ? why not let her have a childhood first, sorry if my post seems impolite but I'm old school and will remain that way !!"

As a girl who also "developed at an alarming rate" I can sympathise with the OP - I needed a bra at 9 1/2 as my sister did before me - pessimism has nothing to do with the problem nor does old-school, bouncing about embarassingly at gym and tennis DID, and puberty does not respect childhood, it just gets on with the job in its own time. If you don't know about the problem keep your posts to subjects you do know about please!
I do hope the OP did get sorted out and found a sympathetic specialist shop to cope with the joys of advanced boob develpment
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Re: First Bra

Postby Cristopher_55 » Tue Jul 01, 2014 4:53 pm

In womans's secreet there are a kind of first bra. There are nice a cheap.


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