About

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I started this blog on 18th October 2010 in response to the awful bra-fitting service I received on the high street. It seemed that wherever you went the sizes would be miles apart and the fit never correlated. After taking a revolutionary trip to Bravissimo I wanted to share the feeling I experienced from a correct-fitting bra. You’ve probably heard it said before, but it really and truly does change your life!

This blog was predominantly about lingerie – particularly for those of you with problem sizes, small backs and bigger cup sizes. It was my attempt to make choosing purchases and finding the right bra size a little easier for women around the world.

Thanks to all the people and read and supported me over the years on IIYC. This blog is now archived and no longer updated, however you can follow me on my new project Non-Stop Paris and the Non-Stop Paris YouTube channel.

Cheryl x

19 Replies to “About”

  1. I could not be happier I found your website! I am a curvy chested girl from new york and no where even close to me has this much information, much less openness about large breasts. I love my body but I don’t hangout with many other curvy girls so this website has been support for me too (no pun intended). Thank you so much!

  2. Heya, I randomly stumbled upon your blog and I think you’re awesome! Its great to see girls with real curves looking amazing and you’ve made me want to go out and buy an excessive amount of bras! x

  3. I have been an avid reader of your blog for a few months now and love it. I couldn’t be happier to have discovered your blog and a network of young women who are promoting the importance of a well-fitting bra. I’m constantly preaching to my friends about the benefits and that an H cup isn’t actually that big, its all down to the relationship between the band/cup volume! And your informative news about new bras makes me all the more addicted to them!! Im in the process of setting up a blog myself and looking to go into lingerie marketing/PR once I graduate. Thanks!! Rosie x

  4. Great blog! Thank you. I would love love love any tips on maternity bras? I’m currently (approx) a 30L… Which I don’t think exists… Any advice would be a godsend.

    Thanks again, your blog is awesome, and good on you for doing,it.

    Nat in Aus x

      1. problem solved (i hope) – ewa michalak make to order. so i have a 30L materinity bra on the way… fingers crossed it fits as not long til the baby comes!
        thanks again for yor blog

  5. I stumbled across your blog after someone on my twitter friends list shared a competition you are running at the moment (Brastop) and I have to say that I did laugh when I read your about me with you referring to underwear as Under-crackers – this is my favourite way to refer to underwear although the kids do look at me like I am slightly nuts when I call them that! Looking forward to reading through your blog properly as I have ALWAYS had trouble finding bras that fit properly!

  6. I love the diagrams of the different breast types. I was hoping that your site would let me select of couple of these types and it would give me a list of brand names that are best for my breast type. So, I guess I don’t understand how this site works. Would you please explain.

  7. I love your blog! Like many others, it inspired me to go for a proper fitting and went down 2 back sizes and a cup size up!! Wearing a properly fitted bra has increased my confidence by bucketloads as clothes actually fit better – though will eternally have the problem of buying 1/2 sizes up to accommodate my boobs! Like you, I hope that they will soon make a larger range of prettier bras in smaller backsizes and bigger cups.

  8. Will most definitely be using this site. So glad I found it. I am 21 and have 34GG (only getting bigger….) and buying affordable, fitting bras is the death of me! Thanks so much for taking the time to blog.
    Claire

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