As you can tell by my modelling images, I have a very VERY small bust.
According to Bratabase, I would best fit a 30A (UK, I believe) a sizing that’s as accessible as a unicorn ride here in Malaysia.
As a result, I decided to go online to find that one perfectly fitting bra.
Do note that this is my very first 30A bra and I was exasperated that this fits oh so perfectly.
30A UK is also 80A France and 65A Europe
In the past, I usually had to settle for 32A-34B bras, usually with gores that dug into my sternum and cups that gape.
A majority of these bras were also heavily padded, which was something that, as I grew up, realize that it’s an aesthetic that I don’t necessarily want, especially for daily wear.
I found this Mimi Holliday Club Tropicana Silk Chiffon Comfort Bra new with tags via eBay for a fraction of its original price at £9.99 plus £5.00 for shipping via Royal Mail Airmail (Small Packets).
Mimi Holliday SS12-20 Club Tropicana Polka Dots Silk Chiffon Comfort Bra in 30A
It’s possibly the most comfortable bra I have ever worn! They weren’t kidding when they called it a comfort bra!
No digging, no gaping, nothing.
As Ned Flanders would say, “FEELS LIKE I’M WEARING NOTHING AT ALL.”
Here’s how the bra measures up:
Stretched Band: 30.5″ or 77.5cm
Band Length: 24.0″ or 61cm
Cup width: 4.1″ or 10.4cm
Cup depth: 5.5″ or 14cm
Wire length: 7.1″ or 18cm
Cup separation: 0.8″ or 2cm
Gore height: 2.4″ or 6.1cm
Wing height: 2.8″ or 7.1cm
Strap width: 0.4″ or 1cm
Hooks: 1 row with 4 columns
The only “negative” thing I could possibly say about this is that Mimi Holliday has stopped producing 30A bras.
As a result, if you’re looking for a 30A Mimi Holliday, you would likely need to scout eBay and so on.
What do you think of this review? Is there anything about it that I could improve? Please let me know in the comments below!