About Me, Contact Me & Advertise With Me

“Forever battling with diets, huge bras and high street dresses.  I am here to share my experiences about living with and shopping for a fuller figure and bust.”


I am a UK based dress loving, plus sized, big boobied, lingerie obsessed, bra fitting enthusiast who hates body snark! When I started my blog in May 2011 I just envisioned it as being a way to showcase my clothing and lingerie choices for those who had a similar figure to mine. Little did I know how much this hobby would become a full blown passion, giving way to modelling experiences, national and international press coverage, and best of all, the most amazing readers and fellow blogging friends that a girl could ask for.

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I am inundated with emails and comments of gratitude on a daily basis, and frequently called upon for advice by men and women alike. I do my best to help women look and feel their best, whatever their size or shape.  I do not promote obesity, but rather the want to love oneself at any size, and then, if needs be, to take healthy steps to achieving a body and mind desired by the individual.  I do not judge or pressurise or glorify any sort of unhealthy lifestyle, and because of this I have seen some amazing transformations in myself and my readers.  My dedication to create a body snark free zone on my blog and my social media outlets has won me awards and recognition from readers and fellow bloggers alike, and it is something  that thrills me as I believe so strongly in loving yourself without hating others.

I hope that you enjoy my blog.  My reviews, guest post, bra fitting tips, thoughts on hot topics, videos and everything else it has to offer.  It gives me many sleepless nights but so much joy – I imagine this is how it must feel to be a parent on a very small scale…

To contact me about anything at all including bra fitting advice, advertising, guest posts and promotional opportunities for my blog, please email me, Georgina Horne at:

George xxx

191 Responses to “About Me, Contact Me & Advertise With Me”

  1. Caroline May 10, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Love love love your comments/pics on Facebook… delighted to be able to read this x

    • fullerfigurefullerbust May 10, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Wow, really!? Thank you so much, my ego is huge right now! I have many more posts planned so stay tuned and feel free to contribute xxx

    • Sandy March 12, 2012 at 12.53 #

      Wow….thankyou for putting the pics up of you in the dresses… will be definately checking out websites. Any ideas where to get decent swimwear that flattering?

  2. Becky May 16, 2011 at 12.53 #

    This is a great blog! Reading this has really struck a chord with me as I’m 5′ 9″ and measure 43, 33, 43 and have 34H boobs. It’s lovely to see pictures of someone of a similar size to me and being able to think that they look beautiful!! Thanks, and keep it up! Any underwear or clothes reviews will be much appreciated 🙂

    • fullerfigurefullerbust May 17, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Your proportions sound beautiful! I am glad you like the blog and thank you for your lovely words! I will continue with it as and when I come, clothes reviews promised soon!xx

  3. rose22joh May 16, 2011 at 12.53 #

    also found you here via Facebook (Pepperberry page) – really interesting idea for a blog, clothes recommendations for us women this shape really appreciated!

    • fullerfigurefullerbust May 17, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Thank you for your interest! I will try to add more when I can and I hope you continue to find it useful and enjoyable x

  4. Fiona May 19, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hi Thanks for reminding me that big is beautiful, keep it up one 36 H to another x

  5. Charley June 12, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hi im sixteen and a size 12-14, with a very deffinate hourglass figure. I just wanted to say i think your figure is amazing and its good too see someone bigger than a size 8 on the internet for once.

  6. Yossi June 12, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hello Georgina!

    I have got to know about you from a friend in common. Please contact me on Facebook or on my website email.

    Thank you!


  7. Nakita June 13, 2011 at 12.53 #

    I’m a huge fan. Do you know any speciality bra shops? I am 30 years old and the 36K(Pollyanna) and 34L(Alana) I currently wear (which I bought from Bravissimo) are to small in the cup. Unfortunately for my entire bra wearing existence the biggest available size has always been to small for me. I don’t mean to burden you with my issue but I don’t know where else to turn. Hope you can help me.


    • fullerfigurefullerbust June 13, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Hey lovely,
      So sorry to hear of your struggle to find chest hammocks!
      Ewa Michalak http://www.ewa-michalak.pl/ custom made Thin And Curvy blogger Brittany a 24 inch backed bra – so maybe they can custom make you a large cupped bra?
      It is worth a shot, they are a fabulous company on many levels – my favourite being that they use two models for a product, one slim, one bigger! I hope that helps xxx

      • Nakita June 13, 2011 at 12.53 #

        I will definately check it out and let you know how it goes. Thanks so much for responding.

      • fullerfigurefullerbust June 13, 2011 at 12.53 #

        No worries sweetie, please do let me know, I will be interested to hear. I would advise you also talk to Brittany (Thin and Curvy) as she will be able to help with sizing questions. I keep meaning to order from EM but get distracted by Decos!!!xxx

  8. Angela June 18, 2011 at 12.53 #

    HI i recently saw your blog on Thin and Curvy. basically i’m a larger cupped girl myself. and i have small problem. I kinda wondered if I’m alone in this. basically at the bottom of my Cup i have abort 1 inch of extra fabric, that is between my breast root and the under wire. I have I kind of wonder if you have has that same issue before and what you would recommend.

    • fullerfigurefullerbust June 19, 2011 at 12.53 #

      On both cups or one? If just one it could be due to breast size difference -so one cup is full and the other not quite. Or top heavy boobs which don’t fill out the bra properly all the way down. I’m guessing downsizing doesn’t help?x

      • Angela June 19, 2011 at 12.53 #

        Thanks for getting back to me!! It on both cups.i have tried a 38J and the bra broke twice i only wore it maybe 4 times. In the store where i buy most of my bras does have KK or L size so i haven’t tried going up in size to see if it fits better. In the store i have tried the 34K and get a bit of double boob.

      • fullerfigurefullerbust June 20, 2011 at 12.53 #

        I think your boobs are just top heavy and therefore not filling the cups all the way down. Does it show through clothes?x

  9. Angela June 21, 2011 at 12.53 #

    I wear tops that are not fitted so i don’t see anything. It just kind a feels weird and the bra seems to slide down a bit. It’s not like I’m in pain or anything. I hoping that if I wasn’t alone that it cold be a defected in the design of the bra.

    Thanks for your help

    • fullerfigurefullerbust June 23, 2011 at 12.53 #

      It is defo the bra not you!! Any time xxx

    • Neenah June 23, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Please forgive me, ladies, I hope you don’t mind me cutting into your conversation, I’m by no means an expert, but if I understand your situation right I can probably say you are not alone. I’m not even close to be as generously gifted as you are, but with some bras I do have this gap between the breast root and the middle (deepest point) of underwire too. Since I have a small back it’s not a question of bra sitting too low on my ribcage, and I came to conclusion that it’s caused by underwire – either all the way or just the bottom of it – being too narrow for my breast width. So it’s like to put a full orange into the glass with narrow bottom – it’ll stuck in the middle. One day for the sake of experiment I unbent the underwire on such bra a bit – gap dissappeared, but I would not advice someone to do so because such adjustment also makes the cup shallower which leads to *quadraboob* effect, thus bra remains ill-fitted anyway.

  10. Curvy Kate AU June 24, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Love your blog, always a pleasure to read, and chats on Twitter! Thanks for your support xx

  11. Olka June 28, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hi Georgina,

    I am from Germany, so please excuse my English.
    But I just have to say, that you are gorgeous and beautiful. I myself wear 34FF, so my bust is rather tiny compared with yours, but the way you’re dressing is a great inspiration to me. And I decided that I don’t want to hide my body anymore, I can be as beautiful as you are.

    Thanks for this blog, I love it!

    • fullerfigurefullerbust June 28, 2011 at 12.53 #

      That’s not at all tiny!!! Thank you very much lovely, I hope you appreciate and love your body xxx

  12. Olka June 29, 2011 at 12.53 #

    I’m on the right way to love my body, I think. Due to a massive weight gain this ist very difficult for me. But as mentioned before, blogs like this one help me a lot.

    ❤ ❤

  13. Joey July 3, 2011 at 12.53 #

    You Gorgeous Girl. I LOVE your blog found it the other week and am addicted. I can totally relate to the stupidity of shops and brands not knowing how to measure your size properly, having been put in 36 d’s and 32 e’s id given up on my ladies ever looking sexy and perky even though im not quite 20 until i got fitted in 30 FF. I live in nz and its impossible to find anything below a 32 in back size and anything above a DD in most high street shops. Bravissimo is my refuge and i refuse to shop elsewhere. I love your posts they are imformative and funny. Ive been to pretty much all the links on your page and its opened my eyes to a world of boobs which is nice because im quietly obsessed with bras and bikinis and sizing etc something my friends never quite understood. being short 5ft nothing,and not very curvy apart from my boobs, i have always dreamed of having hips and a bum. i think your figure is amazing!!!!! i wish i had your proportions! and dont change a thing. thank you for your blog and please keep writing so the rest of us dont feel so insane and abnormal!

    • fullerfigurefullerbust July 3, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Your comment actually made me teary eyed, thank you so much for your support and appreciation! It’s so nice to hear these responses and I really hope I am benefitting you, thank you!
      As for bras – brastop.com have a massive sale on right now, you should check it out, free international shipping for big orders xxx xxx

    • kate July 8, 2011 at 12.53 #

      i feel for you i also have been living in NZ and found it very difficult to get nice undies. Bravissimo was also my refuge and used to have then sent over! I have recently been to a fitting company and they say Freya will always give you the right size and panache go a size up! this company fit up to a kk and xxxl plus women who have had masectomy. so they are pretty good if you want their details i can give them to you. they are here in the uk…x

      • Joey July 13, 2011 at 12.53 #

        yes please!!! thank you for the sizing feedback with the brands its so hard to bu online so i tend to just stick to fantasie but really love the freya swimwear so good to know how theyll fit!

    • Eve September 8, 2011 at 12.53 #

      I totally agree with Joey,because of this blog I’ve learned to actually like my body and appreciate my size something I’ve always been embarrased about since I was 10 years old,(I’m now 38),Georgina you’re an inspiration to me,keep up the good work with this wonderful blog..you’re helping more girls than you know:)

  14. Debbie MacKenzie July 6, 2011 at 12.53 #

    I think your blog is fantastic. I am a 36G and love fantasie bras as they fit really close to my chest wall in the centre. They are a bit old fashioned sometimes, do you know of any other bras that fit like fantasie? Also, if a G cup is too small, do I go up a cup and down a back size, or the other way around???: 🙂
    Keep blogging!! Love it.

  15. kate July 7, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Kate @models of diversity here! Thank you for reply to our Tweet! What a wicked site!
    I am one of the plus size ambassadors for the campaign! we are putting together a show in London this September!
    TOP plus models and designers needed for history making fashion shows!
    Models size 14-18 contact us!

  16. thestray July 7, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Uh, hello there, I’m just some random dude who stumbled upon this blog because I saw on of your photos on tumblr, and I just felt compelled to come say WOW, you are extremely sexy, heh.

  17. kate July 8, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Models of Diversity is looking for Plus Models UK size 14, 16, 18, for a Fashion Show in London. This is during London Fashion Week in a east London shopping centre. Email info@modelsofdiversity.org with your stats & images… MUST BE 5’8 UPWARDS.

  18. Rocky July 10, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Love this blog. Just wanted to say that. 🙂

  19. Cait July 21, 2011 at 12.53 #

    This is such an awesome blog you have! It’s so refreshing to see personal, relate-able stories from a person with confidence and creativity, LOVE IT. And your pictures are beautiful!

  20. Kathleen July 22, 2011 at 12.53 #

    omg i love that you post swim suits and bras you like. im 18 weigh 150 , 5’5 and im a 34F. its depressing trying to find swimsuits especially because none of them are made for anyone thats larger than DD and i remember finding something that size was rare. last year i found figleaves.com and orders a swim suit 🙂 the only down fall is i cant try it on and they are from the UK so it takes at least a week to get it.

    if you have any advice id love it! its been a struggle because i dont know anyone that has the same issue.

    • fullerfigurefullerbust July 22, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Hey lovely. Thank you very much! Where do you live? Have you tried Bravissimo? When I have bought bikinis from there I have always checked out the reviews – and they have never failed me xxx

      • Kathleen July 25, 2011 at 12.53 #

        i actually did go to that site once before never bought anything tho but since you recommend it ill give it a shot:) im in texas 😦 but what im clueless on mostly i think are bras 😦

      • fullerfigurefullerbust July 26, 2011 at 12.53 #

        I hope it helps xxx

  21. kate July 26, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Have you ever dreamt of being on the catwalk?!? Here’s a way to get discovered! Models of Diversity is holding fashion shows featuring only curvy, healthy models to run alongside London Fashion Week in mid-September. We think Stratford’s got talent, so help us show it off!

    Free and Open Casting Call, starting at noon
    Stratford Shopping Centre – Stratford, London E15
    look for our staff in bright yellow t-shirts

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  26. Joey August 28, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hi its Me, again, I love your blog and check pretty much every day for new posts, which though a sad reflection of my life, is a HUGE compliment to you. Love the reviews you do which are so helpful considering I have to shop online being in NZ and the other online reviews dont always cut the mustard. If i am ever in the UK, which I plan to be (thanks to my English dad for the passport!) I simply HAVE to meet you, your so inspirational and cool and just generally one of those people who you think, they are just awesome. After years of body hate for my jiggles, I now have curve envy! Thankyou for being the awesome person you are!

  27. kate September 9, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hello Models of Diversity are hosting one of the most prestigious fashion events outside London Fashion Week! This will be a show with a difference it will be with some of the worlds most beautiful models that have natural magnificent curves. We are about to make history!

    This catwalk show featuring healthy, curvy models is a fundraiser for our sponsored charity The Advance Centre, a wonderful organization that helps the families of brain-damaged children. The show is backed by the British Fashion Council and CEO of the BFC Caroline Rush will attend the event. As the main patron of The Advance Centre, the Countess Sondes will attend as well.
    First will come a retail show featuring healthy professional models of different sizes, shapes, heights and ability levels, showcasing Kelly Knox, winner of the BBC’s Britain’s Missing Top Model. Following that will be a high-fashion show, with top international curvy plus models found through a nation-wide casting call, in sizes 14-18. The models have been cast national and internationally, these are the most beautiful models with the most magnificent natural curves. They have their own status in the curvy world and have featured in many events and magazines such as Vogue. The models will wear couture, from both up & coming designers and established design houses such as Carolyn de la Drapiere and Jill Alexander, who will be premiering her Spring 2012 collection at the show.
    We have 2 special celebrity guests (wait till you hear who they are!) presenting the event, at least one celeb on the catwalk, and some fabulous entertainment planned. In addition to local press, The Dish Network, the 2nd largest cable company in North America, will broadcast the event to over 16 million homes. All proceeds from the show benefit The Advance Centre.
    It brings us great pleasure to be the U.S. broadcast sponsor for Models of Diversity. We look to deliver a show that Americans will enjoy and bring us all a lot closer to the “real picture” of our diverse aspects and talents as people worldwide.” – , CEO of Simply ME

    This will be the first time that a plus-only catwalk show of this prestige has occurred in the UK, so we’re going to make a really big splash in the press about it. We all know that curvy models are still not being used in the mainstream of fashion and our extensive street surveys and petitions prove that people definitely want to see a change in the industry. The public has shown time and time again to be frustrated with the unrealistic images of the “Size Zero” trend and with over 45% of the UK female population being a size 16 or higher, we know the time is right for a show like this. We think there’s no reason a country as diverse, tolerant, and exciting as the UK shouldn’t be at the forefront!
    Models of Diversity is a London-based non-profit organization which advocates for more diversity in models, and demands that the fashion and marketing industries recognise the beauty in women and men of all races, ages, shapes,sizes, abilities, genders and sexual orientations. Our mission is to change the face of fashion and modelling! We are a campaign founded to stand for equal rights and opportunities within the modelling and fashion industry. MoD is officially backed by the British Fashion Council and has joined with Equalities Minister Lynne Featherstone for the government’s campaign on body confidence.
    The Advance Centre is a teaching institute for parents with brain-damaged children. From its creation in 1996, the charity has dedicated itself to finding a way to not only advance the abilities of children with cerebral palsy and other brain injuries, but to actually reverse the structural and functional abnormalities.
    We would love to have your support, we are currently seeking sponsorship for the event and our models.
    Tickets now on public sale!

  28. Lilly September 10, 2011 at 12.53 #

    I would love to know how tall you are to have some reference to how the clothes you modle fit.

  29. Puremarie.com September 14, 2011 at 12.53 #

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  30. Jon Anderson September 16, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hey I was just wondering if you’ve checked out any of our products over at Stop Staring Clothing?

  31. aleta mckechnie September 16, 2011 at 12.53 #

    I have just come across your blog via Ebay. i am a curvy lady too, and I struggle with my body image as I used to be very slim. I got my boobs after having my daughter! I just want to tell you you look FANTASTIC and how can anyone want to be a size 0 when they could look as beautiful as you do. I think though you are lucky to be blessed with an hour glass figure. It has given me inspiration and confidence in my own figure to see these stunning photos of you. DONT ever diet!! xx

    • fullerfigurefullerbust September 17, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Wow, well thank you! I wish I didn’t have to diet but unfortunately I am a bit too wobbly! My boyfriend tells me quite regularly to go for a run and so on :p I hope my blog continues to inspire you x

  32. Cali Ann September 19, 2011 at 12.53 #


    I probably missed it but looking for your email address to contact you to discuss interviewing you.

  33. kate September 19, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Just been catching up on your blog as don’t always get the chance. Brilliant as always! i ahve taken lots of the pints raised into account and hope to help change the ways when it comes to plus size beauties! I have to open the door a little to get us all through at some stage!

    You asked when the show was i am not sure if i replied sorry i am a night mare!
    here is a link for you http://www.modelsofdiversity.org/curvesincouture/CurvesInCouturePressPack.pdf
    there are still some tickets i believe would love to have your support.


    • fullerfigurefullerbust September 19, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Yay! Thank you 😀

      It says ‘Thursday the 17th of September’ – hmm, not a real date!!!!xxx

  34. kate September 19, 2011 at 12.53 #


    thank god you noticed! Its 17th November!

  35. Amanda October 1, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hi Georgina,
    I recently discovered your blog after googling info about the freya deco (my favorite bra ever! Thank goodness for Nordstrom in the US) and I have to say I completely love your blog. I’m in the USA and have ALWAYS felt even more alone because of my cup size (i wear a 36ff in freya). The US really has A LOT to catch up on–I am so intrigued by all these amazing brands you have available. I’ve enjoyed reading about the different bras you’ve been trying and especially the different clothing stores that cater to well endowed women. I FINALLY found a seller on Ebay that sells curvy kate bras (i became obsessed with trying to find them after reading your blog!). I got the “thrill me” and i really love it. Just want to say thank you for running such a fantastic blog and for speaking for all the women out there who feel ostracized for having larger cup sizes! Your confidence is refreshing and I really appreciate all the wonderful information and reviews you’ve provided! I check your blog multiple times a day i love it so much! Keep up the wonderful work!

    • fullerfigurefullerbust October 2, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Hoorah for finding yourself some bra ‘dealers’ and thank you for loving my blog, I love you for doing so!xx

  36. Becky October 4, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hi Georgina, I’m a HUGE fan of your blog, especially since I am a 32HH living in the United States, so it’s definitely dfficult to find things to fit! I’ve been looking at buying some dresses from either pinup girls, trashy diva or vivian of holloway for awhile, but for halloween, my husband and I are wanting to dress up like Mad Men style, so I can’t put it off any longer. Which company would you recommend ordering from? Which tends to fit better? Any suggestions on anything for this? I used to love love love ordering from bravissimo, but since the change, am very weary of ordering from them since I would have to pay shipping back and forth to find something to fit, also, their old sizes fit well, especially in the boobs and now since they made that area smaller, figure it probably won’t fit we’ll anymore! Anyway, if you have any suggestions, I will take whatever I can get!

    • fullerfigurefullerbust October 5, 2011 at 12.53 #

      I have only tried PUG and as you are in the US go for them! I’d say you’ll need XL mostly but would ask on the PUG page for help with specific items xxx

  37. Josephine Charlotte October 17, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hi Ladies, I have completely re-designed my wesite, here is a more up to date link to the bra size calculator:

    Hope it is helpful!

  38. Lucy R October 22, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hi Georgina,
    just wanted to add my congratulations on your blog – found you via eBay as I was looking for Pepperberry clothes and saw you looking amazing in the dresses you’re selling, so I thought I’d look at your blog. I’m 30G since I had twins and have been wearing clothes that don’t fit for too long! Your pictures and writing show a woman revelling in her size and shape, which is SUCH a relief, an inspiration and a pleasure! Am about to look at your recommendations for strapless bras as haven’t worn one for 15 years as never found one that was a fit I was happy with! And for the record – if your bf wants you to go running for your fitness and health, that’s one thing, as long as he’s not on at you as if there’s something wrong with your shape – because you shape is AMAZING!!!
    Thank you,

    • fullerfigurefullerbust October 24, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Thank you very much lovely, I am mostly happy but would love to be a bit smaller. You sound like you have an amazing size and your body has done amazing things, you should be very proud xxx

  39. Elisa October 23, 2011 at 12.53 #

    What an amazing blog you run 🙂
    I was just wondering if you’d done a review for the Freya Deco strapless you mentioned you had a few posts ago? I’ve got a few Deco’s, and was thinking of going for the strapless, but wasn’t quite sure. What’s your experience been with it?
    Best wishes from Australia!

  40. Christina November 17, 2011 at 12.53 #


    I came across your blog by accident, I saw your post about PinUpGirlClothing and the gorgeous dresses you had on (the zebra dress). I have to let you know that I truly enjoy reading your posts and I am now following you on Facebook. Thank you for what you do for us gals that are not a size 0. I sometimes really feel disgusted by my weight and how I look and then all I have to do is read your words and I feel better.

    After I saw your pictures of you wearing the zebra dress from PinUpGirlClothing, I promptly ordered the same dress, along with a couple others. I am learning to feel sexy at my size (US size 14) and reading your posts helps a lot. You are beautiful and confident, thank you for your lovely posts.

    • fullerfigurefullerbust November 24, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Thank you so much lovely, it means a lot to me, I hope you keep discovering the positives ❤

  41. Kerry J Tuckett November 25, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Want to have my work on that catwalk next year. Check out my website and my Very Me page on FB please. Us voluptuous creatures need to stand up and show the world how very glamorous we are!

  42. dulinwen14 November 25, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hi lovely! I read your insightful comments on Skroch and so far, I’m loving everything about your style. Keep it up girlie and thanks for giving another voluptuous girl some ideas. 🙂

  43. Daisy Jay December 1, 2011 at 12.53 #

    I’m so glad I found your blog! A lot of the information has been helping me out as far as bra sizes. But I’m having a little trouble with something. When I do the first measurement, I get about 30. I’ve never worn a band size smaller than 34 and I think doing so would be way too tight and uncomfortable. I noticed that you’re from Europe, so do the same rules apply for me? (I’m in the US). A calculator told me I’m a 30F/FF, but that sounds pretty crazy to me. Please help!

    • fullerfigurefullerbust December 2, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Hmm, when you wear a 34 do you put it straight on the tightest hook? Can you pull the band away fairly far from your back? Just remember when you first wear a pair of shoes they are tight and take a while to break in just like bras.
      http://brastop.com/ sell cheap bras and have free delivery on large orders right now, give them a whirl xxx

  44. Pauline December 7, 2011 at 12.53 #

    I just wanted to say how happy I am to have found your blog – you look absolutely stunning! Your style and the way you dress is an inspiration to all of us voluptuous, hourglass girls! Thank you for the recommendations and for the glamour! xxx

  45. catherine December 11, 2011 at 12.53 #

    so happy i happened upon your blog. great reviews and lots of helpful things!
    i’m still in search of the perfect bikini top. can you recommend a pretty padded one?

    • fullerfigurefullerbust December 14, 2011 at 12.53 #

      Hey lovely, welcome! I would suggest Pour Moi Azure bikinis, one of my favourites x

  46. Alex December 12, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hi Georgina!
    You can’t imagine how inspiring you are for me! I’ve just discovered your blog and I couldn’t stop myself from reading it post by post. You girl are AMAZING. Oh! I would also like to add, that you have a fabulous body shape; I admire your belly, how do you do this you have it so flat?!
    Best wishes,
    Your new, huge fan 🙂

  47. Jewelz December 14, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hi.. Love your blog!
    Just wondering if you have a email where
    I can contact you on? I am following you on twitter, if you follow me back I can ‘Direct message’ you instead? – my twitter name is ‘maameafrica’

    Kind Regards.xo

  48. Barbara Gollubier December 21, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Just wanted to chime in here and say again, what an inspiration you are. Much love, and keep up the good work!

  49. kmck December 25, 2011 at 12.53 #

    Hey there! you have inspired me and im doing it! im finding myself again afterbeing lost for many years. i can wear that dress i like at the store, i can wear those leggings and i can look amazing! but since im new to all of this, thank you again, i need advice! i have a great floral print dress and have some accentuating tights but need shoes. what are your thoughts on shoes? also, i need work stuff! im not sure leggings are a good combo with “office attire” you always help me out and coincidentally i purchased an outfit almost identical to your painter shirt and leggings outfit!

    Thanks for being an inspiration. stay beautiful and in the know!

  50. Jade December 27, 2011 at 12.53 #

    I discovered your blog yesterday and I am addicted to reading about how woman with larger breasts struggle to find nice fitting sexy underwear. I am a 36H and I really struggle to find any pretty bras in my size that will make my boyfriend interested. You have given me faith there are some places that sell gorgeous bras, I do own some Bravissimo Bras but I love investing in underwear and would love some padded bras to highlight my gorgeous boobs. I have looked on bra stop but do you have any another recommendations?

    Many thanks, Jade xxx

  51. Kellie Flores December 31, 2011 at 12.53 #

    I have to say… you are my new idol! You are stunningly beautiful! I have always been a plus size girl and I have always been afraid to dress like a woman. At 30 years old I have finally purchased my first dress since I was a young girl! I now wish I had a clothing fund so I could shop where I know clothes will be amazing and look good on me!

  52. Erin December 31, 2011 at 12.53 #

    This blog is fantastic, and exactly what I needed to see. So many of the brands you mentioned don’t have a strong presence in the USA, and it is *SO HARD* to find clothes and bras that fit, never mind flatter. I wear a 36K and had honestly just given up on looking sexy, instead I just try to look presentable.. but your pictures and advice is incredibly helpful and has given me hope and inspiration.

    Thank you, and please keep on writing.

  53. Lee January 1, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Hey I’ve been following you for awhile I just discovered my true size at a 38H, which needless to say was jarring. I am trying to get a grip on what my UK size would be I see you have many different sizes you go to, and I haven’t mastered that yet. Will be looking for some more answers definitely, for awhile they had my size at 42DDD which was way too large, your blog actually helped me find my size. So thank you.

  54. Kim Slawson January 5, 2012 at 12.53 #

    I really appreciate your blog. Thanks for writing and for being a force to reckon with in bra-fitting awareness! Do you mind if I ‘like’ your blog fanpage on Facebook?

  55. doesmybumlookbiginthis January 11, 2012 at 12.53 #

    I just saw some of your articles on the Skorch magazine site and you’re brilliant! I have big-boob-syndrome as well and i look forward to reading your blog 🙂 Also i am totally jealous of your Rocky Horror Picture outfit! 🙂 xx

  56. Taura February 7, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Thank you for blogging! I am 5’10” … 47″, 37″, 44″ (top down) and have a wretched time finding understuff for my upper body. I have recently fallen in love with breakoutbras.com (more obsessed really …)
    They have a great measurement system, amazing customer support and … I need to make the trip from Alberta to their store one day.
    THANK YOU for the Delphi Basque pics & commentary. I’ve got mine on order.


    • Taura February 29, 2012 at 12.53 #

      Delphi 36H: not bad on 5’10”!!!

  57. Ben Cleaver February 8, 2012 at 12.53 #


    Just wondered if there was any e-mail address I could get hold of you on?

    Love the blog and just wanted to have a quick chat about a project of mine.



  58. warningcurvesahead February 12, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Absolutely ADORE your blog! I spent two days reading through every entry, and I’ve shared your positive message and great advice with all of my female friends. Inspiring! So much so that you inspired me to start writing again, in the form of my own blog! Keep up the amazing work.

  59. rainpixie February 21, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Love the blog! I have a question though, do you know where to get some lovely, funky dresses to fit a rather flat chested size 18?

  60. Izzy March 1, 2012 at 12.53 #

    I absolutely adore your outfits. You have such an amazing figure. I recently found this blog among a couple others that made me feel so much better at having a 30J breast size. My measurements are around 43-29-41, so I never thought I’d find clothes that fit right, until now. Thank you so much for having this blog, and I just thought I’d let you know that I’m also following you on twitter.

    Much love with the US

  61. Jordan Hankins March 8, 2012 at 12.53 #

    LOVE this blog! simply amazing and so applicable to my life!

    now i have a question for you!
    i have a big bust but I’m not *quite* big enough for XL
    i LOVE pinupgirlclothing.com but whenever i buy dresses from there (in a Large), i have the same problem that i do all the time
    the bust area cuts my boobs right in half. its NEVER big enough.

    Since you have experience with that site, i want to ask if you had any thoughts on the matter? should i try going to the plus size dresses??

    Thanks! ❤

    • fullerfigurefullerbust March 9, 2012 at 12.53 #

      Thanks 🙂
      Which dresses have you tried? Do they fit elsewhere? What are your measurements x

      • Jordan March 9, 2012 at 12.53 #

        I don’t remember the names exactly but they are both form fitting. One is powder blue and the other is black with red trim. My measurements are 43-32-41. I wear a 38DDD. n they fit my body! The seam for the bust just cuts em right in two. (not cute haha)

  62. Maya Halaw March 9, 2012 at 12.53 #


    I just want to say how great and very relatable this blog is!
    Is there a way I can contact you privately, an email address or something? If you have the time, I would really like to discuss some things, as I am currently in the process of starting up my own clothing and swimwear brand, especially for the bigger busted females!

    Thank you!


  63. Mhelle March 30, 2012 at 12.53 #

    I am so glad I read your article at PUG! I wonder if you have any info on US companies that sell beautiful bras for busty broads?

    • fullerfigurefullerbust April 5, 2012 at 12.53 #

      Hey lovely 🙂
      I don’t think I know many! A Sophisticated Pair is pretty good and Nordstroms sells large bras. If you know your size them brastop.com is the best option x

  64. C.J. April 5, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Wow, you are really stunning. I also so impressed to see that you have managed to find dresses that fit you really well. I wanted to ask you about collectif sizing. My measurements are 42 – 33 – 40. The sizing info on their website doesn’t actually give measurements for all their sizes but it seems like they’re suggesting I would be a size 20 (!) I saw that you were wearing an 18 in one of your lovely pics and I think that your bosom looks a lot more impressive than mine! Can you help?

    • fullerfigurefullerbust April 5, 2012 at 12.53 #

      Hey lovely. I would say a 14/16 in the flared Dolores styles. I have not gotten on with any other styles x

  65. Taura April 5, 2012 at 12.53 #

    (if I may)
    I discovered proper sizing & received miles of help and fitting support from Breakoutbras.com over the phone.
    They are in South Carolina … but served me from Western Canada.
    There are quite a few different stores. I fell upon this one and they really focus on teaching a person how to get a good fit.

    Hope this helps!

  66. Taura April 5, 2012 at 12.53 #

    … Once you know what fits and how well etc brastop is dreamy!!!!!!

  67. Callie (@FightingCal) April 21, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Hey Georgina, just found your blog thanks to take a break magazine. You are absolutely stunning, I’m quite jealous. It has been amazing to find a woman who has my sense of beauty ie Tattoos, and curvy. I’m own every size in my wardrobe from an 8-16, I’m 5ft 2, with a 32FF bust. so its a joy to find a woman my age, who knows what looks good. xx

  68. laura April 22, 2012 at 12.53 #

    I read your story in take a break, and as a lady who too is blessed with the bust thought you looked fab. My question is, in the mag you were wearing a fabulous red and white dress, please would you tell me where you got it ? Thankyou
    Laura x

  69. Serena May 4, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Hello Georgina,

    I first wanted to thank you for this wonderful blog. I am quite disproportionate in my bust size (34JJ US sizing), so it is very hard for me to find any sort of clothing that makes me feel good about the way I look and am shaped. Nothing I have found state-side has come even remotely close to fitting me properly. Until this past year, I had been wearing the same sad bikini top that was quite literally worn almost every day since 2004, and was so tight on me that it caused small varicose veins to form on my breasts. I do not think a single day within the past 6 years has gone by where I have not felt self-conscious about my figure. However, seeing your blog today has helped lift my spirits. Thanks to you, I now finally have found a few companies that I can (hopefully) find bras through.

    Secondly, I was wondering if you could give any tips on how to become a plus-sized model. I have no idea how to get into that business, and don’t personally know anyone who does modelling as more than a hobby.

    • fullerfigurefullerbust May 10, 2012 at 12.53 #

      Yay! Fingers crossed 🙂

      I am not a model so I cannot help I’m afraid (see latest post) x

  70. nvoyezcmm1108 May 4, 2012 at 12.53 #

    I don’t think i say this enough but i’ve just gotten my… 5th… brastop order since discovering you in feb! I’ve gone from returning all but 1 or 2 bras (that actually don’t fit now i realised!) the first order to keeping all of them 4th order and selling the 1 that didn’t fit correctly to now having my entire order a complete success!

    My band is super snug and cannot be pulled out much on the loosest hook, with my boobs kept discretely but beautifully tamed. Thankyou so much for making me love my boobs!


  71. asia hathaway May 8, 2012 at 12.53 #

    I love this 🙂 I’m a 34jj and the bikini that’s in your pictures I have just bought for a girls holiday and it looks lush on you. Can’t wait to get it on xx

  72. Amy Carson May 24, 2012 at 12.53 #

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    My name is Amy Carson and I work with Hapari. I came across your blog while looking for relevant guest post opportunities. It looks like your site could be a good fit. Assuming this is possible, please let me know what the next step is.


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    Web Marketing Manager
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  73. storybookapothecary June 8, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Hey girl, I nominated you for a Sunshine Award! Check it out here > http://storybookapothecary.com/2012/06/08/sunshine-award/

  74. liza June 11, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Hi Georgina
    I know you are not a fitter, but you are an awesome advocate for the fitted bra! I know I should know better but I am battling with girls complaining that I fit too tight. The girls arrive with flappy bands and I Drop their band size and increase their cup. I have many women who love the snug band but then call me a couple days later to say the bra started hurting them toward the end of the day.
    I know this is normal but I don’t know how to get this across. Its only after they believe me and wear the bra at least 5 times that they agree that the wear of the bra and the snug fit takes time to get used to especially when you are wearing a flappy band!
    Some girls are just rude to me and land up bad mouthing me. The snug band is very new in South Africa. Most girls wear a 36C still. My band has always been snug so I cannot wear a flappy band so this is why I insist on it and will not compromise my beliefs and expertise.
    I admire your outspoken views and blatant cheek when it comes to fitters who are clueless! .
    What do I say to these girls when all I want to say is Suck it up Nancy Pants: Beauty is pain and stop being such a WET!\
    I am so looking forward to your response!

  75. Jade June 14, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Hello I just found your blog and love it! I can’t ever get a bra to fit right, either myself trying or a “professional fitter”. The band starts off feeling fine but then feels too tight as the day goes on. I am left with deep red marks on my torso. The worst though is the cups. I always have a space at the top. If I go down a cup size I spill out and have the dreaded 4 boob look. Can you help me with this? What should I do? I am wearing a 42D at present. I have tried on so many bras on from so many companies, I am fed up!

    • fullerfigurefullerbust June 16, 2012 at 12.53 #

      Hey lovely.
      It sounds like you have bottom heavy boobs so you may want to try chicken fillets in your bras just to help fill the cup up. What is your tight underbust measurement?x

      • Jade June 16, 2012 at 12.53 #

        Hello. Thank you so much for replying. I do have bottom heavy boobs esp after extended breastfeeding my child. My tightest underbust measurement is 42 inches. I don’t add to it. I have found as you have, that the adding X amount to your measurement is totally false! The last “professional” fitter I had swore up and down I was a 46 G , insisted I put it on. I did, OVER my clothes and bra that I had on and I was swimming in it! She still insisted it was my size….*eye roll*

      • fullerfigurefullerbust June 16, 2012 at 12.53 #

        Good for you, I wish fitters had to pass a test or something!
        Well I would suggest trying one of your existing bras with inserts and also checking out http://www.investinyourchest.com as she has quite bottom heavy breasts. Have you ever tried a balconette bra?X

  76. France's Carabine June 21, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Hello! I found your blog in Look mag and I have to say I’m in love and inspired by you! For years I have struggled with my weight from being bulimic and tiny (size uk 6) to the size I am today which is a 18/20. My boobs are also massive! After looking your you blog I feel sexy again and that I can look good – sexy is a state of mind that one exudes not a clothing size! I want to rub this blog in my tiny friends faces and go HA! I’m going to rock my shap and be proud. Thanks for this hun, you’re my style idol xxx

  77. carina June 27, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Oh honey, wow!! I have boob envy. I’m size 16, with 36j boobs too. Been buying bravissimo bras, forever! But never do mine look like yours in ‘look’ mag…please help!

  78. carina June 27, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Wow! Serious boob envy!! I’m also 36j but my boob dont look as amazing as yours in your look article…I shop bravissimo but blimey girl, help me out please! X

  79. Chiq July 14, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Hi Georgina, been a follower for some time and I need help! I’m looking for a tshirt bra with no seams and that will hide the dreaded nips in a 30/32 h/hh! Should I just give up now??

    • fullerfigurefullerbust July 15, 2012 at 12.53 #

      Hold on for a bit longer, the Curvy Kate Smoothie is out soon xxx

      • Chiq July 15, 2012 at 12.53 #

        Brilliant thank you so much 🙂 xxx

  80. Blasphemy July 21, 2012 at 12.53 #

    hi i just wanted you to know you are going to be a tattoo!!
    My names Dawn and ive got a fairly full figure, nothing as amazing as urs! and ive been planning a mermaid tattoo for ages but always wanted a curvier pin up look ans have neer found the right look. images are either really skinny with rediculous boobs and no bum or jus plain wrong!!!
    so after trawling google i found ur blog…. which is amazin!!
    your entry ‘ what katie did to me’ with the images of u in the corset laced…. BOOM
    exactly what ive been looking for for years!!! i love the fact ive found a REAL person to be my muse!!!!!
    i love your blog and found everything ive red on here inspiring and beautifull!!
    once my tattoo is done i will post a pic!!!
    much love

    • fullerfigurefullerbust July 23, 2012 at 12.53 #

      Erm…wow…speechless!!! Thank you so much, I am so so honoured and look forward to seeing the final piece xxx

  81. Jim Barnes July 24, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Hello, After reading this blog and http://www.investinyourchest.co.uk I helped my wife realize that her bras were the wrong size and after going to the bratabase done a proper fitting and found bras that actually fit. it was amazing for her to finally have a bra that lifted, did not create quad-boob(her words) and the center gore was actually touching her skin. Keep up the good work educating people so they can have proper fitting garments, Thank you for all that you do.

  82. rebeccahelen August 9, 2012 at 12.53 #

    I’m so glad to find your blog! As someone who has generous measurements (43-33-43), I often feel down that my body does not fit in with how other girls my age look. Seeing the pictures of you looking fabulous has made me realise that it really doesn’t matter!

  83. laura September 11, 2012 at 12.53 #

    I Really enjoy reading your blog and facebook updates. It is really refreshing to have fashion guidance reviews for woman with a fuller figure/bust. I am a 34J and have only ever purchased from bravissimo but will give the sites u suggested a go. Also purchased a lady v swing dress following your review, which is fab. Have u ever ran fashion workshops dressing for your figure etc? You could be the new gok but better!get yourself on tv you would be fab. Fantastic work really appreciated by many, i’m sure. x

  84. Taura September 12, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Ohhhh I agree!!!! Yes! To all of that!

  85. Gigi Natasha September 16, 2012 at 12.53 #

    I just discovered your blog (don’t kow why it took me so long) actually through Caitlin Moran’s site, and just wanted to say its amazing! You’ve really voiced my experiences in a lot of places (like ‘I don’t hate skinny women’, and why does an extra inch of cleavage make you a slag?) and provide great reviews and advice on a subject that has been a huge pain in my life so far – both getting bras to fit (that don’t look like my grandmas) and clothes that cover my boobs and ass without swamping my waist. Anyway, just wanted to say that I think you are great (and really brave to put underwear/swimsuit pics on the blog – I’m trying to work myself up to it!) and also to ask a question which I fully appreciate that you may be too busy to answer, which is do you think/know of any longline/bustier-type bras in a bigger cup? I’ve looked everywhere and they don’t seem to exist. I’m a 34 HH (I think! I’m also undergoing a bit of a weight loss mission and my beloved bravissimo is too far away to get re-fitted atm). P.S. I’m over at giginatasha.wordpress.com if you want to stop by. Lots of internet love,
    Xx Gigi

  86. Charlene Henderson September 19, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Absolutely love your blog! Stumbled across it yesterday and gradually working my way through this mine of information! I’ve always had a big bust and large hips but used to dislike my shape when I was in my late teens/early 20s, perhaps because of the limited choices back then for curvy girls. I’m a lot more fuller figured nowadays but wouldn’t change these hips for the world!!!
    May I also say that you have an a-ma-zing figure and you work it well!

  87. Amy November 4, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Your beautiful blog was mentioned on Reddit and I came to check it out. I love your style both in fashion and writing. You have so much to share and I appreciate it all. As I was reading every word this morning, my boyfriend came in and declared you gorgeous! Keep up the awesomeness!

  88. sescpr November 15, 2012 at 12.53 #

    Lovely blog! I am a full-bust woman too (36GG), and it is great to see someone who is not ashamed of her body. Most days, I am fine with who I am and what I look like, but there are days when a student will criticize me for my bust size and my self-esteem takes a nose-dive. Thanks for the positiveity!

  89. tsarinarask December 23, 2012 at 12.53 #

    I’m a teenage girl and I wear an I cup, and my hips almost live up to the size of my breasts. The stories I could tell about people’s reaction to my body, and it’s made me really closed in. But then I saw you, and you are the most glorious creature I think I have ever seen. ❤

  90. Ish January 21, 2013 at 12.53 #

    Oh, you are such a stunning young woman! I wish I had your confidence-you exude it!x

  91. Laura February 1, 2013 at 12.53 #

    I’ve just found your blog and I love it! I’m quite close to your measurements and it’s made me look at myself in a whole different light because I think you’re absolutely stunning. I haven’t gone very far back so sorry if you have tried them out but I was wondering if you had given the Zaggora hot tops a go? I’ve contacted Zaggora and they say their tops SHOULD stretch for larger busted ladies but could be a bit tight. I’m in my final year of uni so can’t justify buying one to try out until I’ve at least paid my over draft off so I’m on the hunt for a review from someone with a fuller bust 🙂

  92. mrsspamtastic March 8, 2013 at 12.53 #

    I love following your blog. It gives me so much inspiration. My family wants me to get a breast reduction but i know its just out of jealousy. 😛 much love!

    • Heather March 11, 2013 at 12.53 #

      Hi, I just discovered your blog today and what can I say? I was addicted from the moment I started reading the most recent post and ended up reading the whole way back. What an education! I’ve always struggled to find bras that fit me. Being from the UK originally, M&S were hopeless and the place my mum always took me. I’m petite and quite short (5’3”) so they were always far too long in the arms and broad in the back. Now I live in NZ bra buying is a NIGHTMARE. They seem to have a weird system of using dress size rather than inches for the back. Ridiculous! I brought 2 Freya bras over from the UK but I think they were poorly fitted. My waist is little (26in) so it stands to reason that my back size is small too. For some reason the woman put me in a 34F! I’d love to know from anyone in NZ where on earth there’s a decent place to get measured as when I know a size, I’ll have to order from the UK or find a speciality lingerie shop here. Your proportions are amazing and I have to say I love your taste in makeup, clothes and of course amazing bras! Thanks for putting it out there that big boobs are not something that automatically need, or should be hidden away in horrendous minimiser bras and that bigger really is better!

      • fullerfigurefullerbust March 12, 2013 at 12.53 #

        Hey lovely,

        Thank you so much ❤

        I don't know of any places in NZ, but there are some swap sell sites on FB you can use? And maybe eBay? I reckon you will need a 28G/GG x

      • Heather March 12, 2013 at 12.53 #


        Thanks so much for your reply and advice! Luckily I’m going to the UK for a trip home at the beginning of June so I think I’m going to have to wait and then get measured/fitted accordingly (and proceed to buy the prettiest, huge amount of lingerie my baggage allowance will permit!). I was a bit shy to write on here at first as I guess I think my body shape/proportions are a bit odd. I’m a typical hourglass shape – ‘tits and arse’ my boyfriend jokingly says! It’s so awesome to find somewhere which embraces women of all shapes and sizes with genuinely helpful information. I’ve always hated my figure, but slowly learning to love it and this blog has helped that tenfold. Keep up your amazing, inspirational work on making women feel ‘o for awesome’ about themselves as we say over here! H x

  93. folkicus March 14, 2013 at 12.53 #

    I discovered your blog a few days ago, and have been reading back through all the archives ever since. As the Dad of a family of fuller figured, fuller busted women, the information you share is much appreciated, and I have passed it all on to my wife and two teenage daughters. One thing which I especially appreciate is your willingness to use casual and even, dare I say, saucy language! Instead of the clinical terms used by most plus size fashion advice blogs, you say it like it is; Tits, Boobs, Ass… Real talk! Makes your blog both enlightening and a real hoot to read! Thanks so much! You’re great!!!

  94. folkicus March 14, 2013 at 12.53 #

    I discovered your blog a few days ago, and I’ve been reading through the archives ever since. As the Dad of a Family of fuller figured, fuller busted women, I must say that your site is most appreciated. I have passed all of your fantastic advice on to my wife and two teenage daughters. The thing that I think I like most is how you aren’t afraid to use casual and, dare I say, saucy language! The other plus size advice blogs out there use such sterile, clinical terms, but not you! Tits, Ass, Boobs… Real talk! It makes your site both informative and a hoot to read! Thanks so much! You’re great!!!

  95. Shantel March 22, 2013 at 12.53 #

    Hello! I’m a big fan in the US. I am a 38GG and I find that the Cleo Juna bra is fantastic. I would love to see your review or hear your opinion about that bra. Thanks!


  96. michelle March 28, 2013 at 12.53 #

    I wanted to say that although I am not a plus size I find you and your blog so inspiring. I’ve always felt very dowdy and unattractive and don’t really have confidence in myself but your confidence and your style are so impressive-its just shaken me out of myself and made me think I really have to have more confidence in myself. I’ve never really felt attractive. I used to be size 16 and now I’m roughly a 12/14 and although some people would think that’s the perfect size and I should feel gorgoues, I find that I still feel quite low. But the way that you hold yourself and how beautiful you are has just made me realise that I have to start loving myself and my shape, no matter what shape I am. I can’t become more confident or happier by being slimmer- only by accepting who I am and loving my body the way it is now. You Rock!

  97. Laura Delahutny April 2, 2013 at 12.53 #

    So you’re the lovely lady wearing the Evans dress. You inspired me to buy it. Waiting on it now. I have to say, it’s nice to see a lady like myself- fuller figure and fuller bust- looking sexy, feminine and ladylike. I adore ‘vintage’ look underwear and clothes but can’t find any that fits. I’m going to go through your blog and get some tips. Thank-you, you beautiful sexy woman!!

  98. Melissa April 10, 2013 at 12.53 #

    You are amazing. I’m not sure how old you are, I believe you are younger than I am, and I am still no where near your level of self confidence and acceptance. It is inspiring(which I’m sure you’ve heard). It’s nice to see a young woman love herself and inspire the same in others without hating on anyone else.
    I am 30 years old and my weight has fluctuated throughout my life, poor self esteem and choices. No matter what size… 8-20… I felt huge and disgusting. Until I had my daughter. Though I still struggle internally with how I look, and though I may not be where I want to be, I make it a point to be as positive about my appearance, and everyone else’s for that matter. Nobody, thin or fuller-figured should feel ashamed or shame anyone else. It’s for this reason I love reading your blog. Funny enough, I stumbled upon your blog because I had just had my first accurate fitting and was completely surprised by the size and the fact that my breasts finally fit in a bra, and I googled “how big are Christina Hendricks boobs”…. I’m glad I did. That’s the end of my rambling! Have an awesome day 🙂

  99. Titty Talk April 15, 2013 at 12.53 #

    Hello from NYC!

    We would love to start following your Twitter feed. Ever coming through to the Big Apple?

    The Titty Talk Show

  100. Alison April 17, 2013 at 12.53 #

    I found your blog a couple of days ago, and have loved reading the archive, and some of the other blogs you’ve promoted and it’s been such an inspiration to read the thought of confident plus sized women. I’ve had 3 grotty years, with illness, bereavement, reationship and job woes. I’ve been suffering from anxiety and depression, and my self confidence has been below zero. I’m a pear shape, and can wear anything from a size 20 to 24, so shopping can be a nightmare, but in the past I loved clothes, skin care & makeup, but lost my energy for life over the past couple of years. My beauty routine dwindled down to a daily shower / hair wash and fashion has ended at yoga pants and t-shirt most days.

    The last few days I’ve been spurred into action, I’ve cleared out my wardrobe of any clothes that don’t make me feel fabulous, I’ve invested in a few good quality wardrobe staples, and re-started my beauty maintenance routine. I’ve booked to have my hair restyled and today got fitted by Bravissimo. (40F! Gone up two cups sizes and down a back size – who’d have guessed!) Today whilst I was shopping I felt so good about myself, like I was walking two feet taller. I even got checked out a few times by some cute blokes – a confidence boost in itself. In case you don’t know the impact your words can have on others, I just just wanted to say thank you for the impact they’ve had on me 🙂

  101. Aoife May 1, 2013 at 12.53 #

    OH MY LORD you are freaking gorgeous! I actually have a massive girl crush on you now. I’m a size 10 but I envy you!

  102. Rebkha May 2, 2013 at 12.53 #

    At last something relatable! I’m a uk 16/18 (although a 20 is sometimes better) with a 36GG bust and find that finding flattering clothes can be difficult unless you size up and end up looking like you’re wearing a sheet. Luckily for me, I find that the retro 50’s dress cut works wonders and I have a wide selection of outfits. I usually end up feeling frumpy compared to my hipster jean loving friends in my floral patterns and circle skirts but this blog has actually made me realise that what you look good in, is confidence. In my experience if you’ve found your style you’re a lucky girl! Thanks for this blog it truly is fantastic xx

  103. allsorts74 May 2, 2013 at 12.53 #

    I love your pages flying the flag for larger women 🙂 I myself am a size 22/24 and it is nice to see someone talking about fashion and not loosing weight x

  104. Shawna Demes May 2, 2013 at 12.53 #

    LOVE your blog!! Your Curvy Kate review convinced me to give them a try and I am so glad I did 🙂 I have been sized into a 38DDD here in the US…come to find out via the Curvy Kate sizing guide that I am actually a 34GG. What a difference! Anyways, have you ever heard of/tried Pureda swimwear? I fell in love with their Portofino tankini at Bravissimo. I cannot find any reviews of their sizing!

    • fullerfigurefullerbust May 3, 2013 at 12.53 #

      Thank you! And whoop!!!

      I haven’t heard of them, sorry. Bravissimo do have reviews on the site though x

  105. Walter Cook May 5, 2013 at 12.53 #

    I came across the tumblr page of the same name, which led me to your your blog here. I love your blog and tumblr page! I’ve been saying that sexy isn’t a size for years. I am a 28 year old man, who finds beauty in all types of women, and I am glad to have found a blog with similar beliefs. I have seen your pics all over the internet but had no idea how you started until I read this page. My wife is a fuller figured gal from the UK as well. I was stationed there when I was in the Army a few years ago. And I think it’s great that you discourage body shaming of smaller ladies as well. I too feel that no one should be made to feel ashamed of their body. Keep up the great work!

  106. Paulien May 8, 2013 at 12.53 #

    Thank you so much for this blog. Although I wish I had your tiny belly Im feeling more confident about wearing tight underwear under my dresses 🙂 I have loved my boobs for a long time and they have made me more confident and happy with myself over the years but bra shopping is hard and expensive. I’m glad you show some nice bikinis too and you look so pretty modelling! I just bought my first strapless wonderbra size 80I (36G UK) But I will save up for some more bras because I usually just have 1 due to the costs.
    Much love and happiness
    Paulien from Holland

  107. Hannah May 16, 2013 at 12.53 #

    I just wanted to say thankyou!

    I actually found your blog in a funny way, googling something about wonderbras and I ended up stumbling upon your wonderful blog!

    As an 18 year old fuller-figured girl, I’ve always sort of struggled to be happy with liking my body, and I’ve always wanted to change little things about myself. I started reading through the posts on your blog and it made me realise alot about my perception of myself. Throughout school I was always used to having tiny tiny friends who would waltz into lipsy and whip on a size 6 dress and look like supermodels, whereas I wouldn’t even attempt to go in because of the embarrassment! You dress so beautifully, and you really have a beautiful figure, the way you dress really does accentuate it. You’ve made me realise that I can still wear gorgeous clothes and feel pretty in them! I’ve even bought myself a lovely (dare I say flattering for once) prom dress for my sixth form prom!

    So thankyou so much, it sounds cheesy but your blog has really made me feel so happy! Sorry about how long-winded this was haha.

    Hannah xx

  108. Hireko mandalay May 24, 2013 at 12.53 #

    Hello!!!! I just find your blog. I´m from México. Here we are awfuly influenced by american fashion, and not the realistic one. There are a lot of full-bodied women and no clothing offer for us. It is just so sad and makes me want to kill all the industry.
    Do you have any information or suppliers that have a store in this part of the world??

    please, help me.

  109. Pumba May 27, 2013 at 12.53 #

    Hi Georgina
    I know that we all need to be mindful of putting numbers on things, but can you give me an idea of your measurements. I love your style, and I love that you post what size you are wearing. But I’d really appreciate your measurements so I can have a reference point if looking at the items for myself. Thanks for a truly amazing blog that has shown me how well I could dress even with my larger figure and boobs.

    • fullerfigurefullerbust May 27, 2013 at 12.53 #


      I am roughly 48-33-48, 5’7 x

      • Pumba May 28, 2013 at 12.53 #

        Thanks Georgina. Really helpful. Now I can figure out how many sizes to go up from your measurements to mine. 😀

      • Revenwyn May 29, 2013 at 12.53 #

        Wish I had your type of proportions. I’m 45-38-42 and my 38 is a toned belly- yeah I know, I have a VERY large rib cage. I’m not fat at all, I have 19% body fat, I’m just built big. At any rate I have trouble finding anything to fit me well since I have no waist to hip ratio at all. I was supposed to be 5’10” but ADHD drugs stunted me to 5’4″ and I look very disproportionate. I don’t know what to do, I don’t have any curves to girdle or belt in to give me a smaller waist. My ribs are elongated and that 38 is a bony natural waist size.

  110. onnemeis May 31, 2013 at 12.53 #

    Just wanna say that you are gorgeous!

  111. George P. Seims June 10, 2013 at 12.53 #

    You are the most beautiful woman i have evver had the pleasure to lay eyes upon… God bless you!

  112. inlovewithyourbody June 24, 2013 at 12.53 #

    omg, I have had you on my desktop for a year now and had no idea who you were, I wish I had your body….. you have what I call “my dream body”, I have no bust and a gut, and was always told by men that im not a woman, I am hoping plastic surgery will eventually be able to help me, I know that it kinda defeats the purpose of the site, but I will have a better body image with the changes:)

  113. ruaca July 15, 2013 at 12.53 #

    Hi Georgina! I follow you on Facebook. I have been inspired to start my own blog and noticed it is where your blog is too! Mine is about fuller figured women running. How all body types and sizes can run. My experience of starting, and now running outside up to 4 miles so far. What tricks I have learned to make it easier, and different clothing, shoes I have found helpful etc. I am totally new to this blogging, and barely have figured out how to create my site. I know you started running also.. so maybe you could follow me! runningcurves.wordpress.com Great site you have. I have a lot to learn on making mine this fabulous. 🙂 ~Carla


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