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All I want is a Bra that fits properly, is that asking too much? Plus a Special offer!!!

I went on an EMERGENCY shopping trip today to Brent Cross.  I could have gone elsewhere but I believed that the Marks and Spencer there would have adequate staffing and stock to fulfil all my needs, boy was I wrong.  When I arrived I went straight to the fitting room as I needed to find out what bra size I required as I had not been measured since looking for nursing bras.  The lady at the entrance to the fitting room Christine was very apologetic explaining that there were not many staff and that I would have to book an appointment but they were fully booked today.  I accepted this as it was not her fault but was fuming as I really needed some new bras.  Having virtually run around the whole of the bra section I returned to the fitting room to try on my stash.  I had collected a range of sizes as I hadn’t a clue what I required and luckily Christine was super efficient and came over to help me find one that fit properly.  Out of the numerous bras I tried on eventually we found just one that fitted and looked right on me (that was the only one in my size) which was a great but also a disappointment as I had very little time to shop and I had wanted a few more.

My new bra:

bra 1

At the till I discovered that Marks and Spencer had a promotion on lingerie, sleepwear and hosiery where if you spent £30 or more you would get £5 off and if you spent £50 or more you would get £10 off.

To take advantage of this great offer (that’s if you need any of the items included in the promo) pop along to your local store, get hold of a voucher and get shopping.

The offer is valid until the 29th of July.

Happy Shopping!!!

This is NOT a sponsored post.

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. I think M&S are fab for bras but have also had experience of the staff being a little thin on the ground – my approach is to get measured elsewhere (a local boutique who really put the time in) then shop in bulk at M&S. I obviously try to make the effort to spend at the boutique whenever possible as well but as an independent the prices just aren’t as competitive unfortunately.

    1. I love M&S but it’s a shame you now have to book for a fitting.

  2. I feel your pain, good bras are so hard to find and size varies so much! I like figleaves online for bras.

    1. I like to try bras on rather than buy them online as sometimes the same size doesn’t fit in a different style.

    2. I haven’t tried figleaves yet but might next time I need a bra.

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