Shape and size breast form

What size and shape form do you prefer?

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    • #691738
      Johannah 66
      Registered On: July 1, 2021
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      Like some others I do not as yet have any forms but have made enquiries with the Breastform store here in Australia, asking for what they would recommend. Given that I chose a rather large bust and I’m somewhat broad across the shoulders the very kind staffer informed me that I should go for assymetric forms, and good quality ones at that.

      Teardrop or triangular I will let the people at the BF store make that decision.



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    • #691717
      Caty Ryan
      Registered On: August 27, 2017
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      As mentioned in other post’s for “going public”, plus “full on Caty mode” when away from home on overnight trips, I’m a C Cup  GoldSeal triangular girl. Mostly cos a/. they look right, when attached via the double  sided tape arrangement, b/. I can sleep braless and they wont come off. c/. A good full cup lacy underwire bra, gives me terrific. comfortable fit. Fayreform, Wacoal and Simone Perele are my favorite brands.



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    • #691715
      Jennifer Ramirez
      Registered On: December 13, 2020
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      Well Stephanie, My Preference is a 40DD, on account of my build. So am comfortable with big breasts, am a breast person.but be happy with what you got.

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    • #691707
      Robin Wilson
      Registered On: November 7, 2022
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      I bought a breast plate and didn’t have any choice of cup sizes. I bought the breast plate that most closely fits my neck and chest. As it turned out I ended up with DD. At first I was shocked, but like anything I got used to it. So my bras have to fit my body size with the form on. I have yet to remove my chest hair because of my wife and where I am in my journey so for me the breast plate works for now. Although I am having trouble buying some outfits, so I might be making a change. Like anything this is a journey. You try, you evaluate, you move on. Just like any other girl we just want to look good, and finding the right form for the rest of the body you already have it will click. In the beginning you get excited just to have any breast at all. Don’t be afraid to try something different. Good luck 💜


    • #691686
      Fiona Black
      Registered On: November 23, 2019
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      I got my teardrop forms from the Glamour Boutique. Originally I was looking to get C cup forms but David at Glamour said that if I wanted to blend in while out in public then a B cup size would be a better fit for my 6′, 157lb thin body. And he was 100% right, they look great.

      Two tips.
      1. If you want your nipples to show in some outfits get a T-Shirt bra. They have minimal padding and a completely smooth cup front.
      2. By all means get an underwired bra. They hold the forms in place well and a correctly-sized underwire is comfortable for all-day wear.


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    • #691667
      Lauren Mugnaia
      Registered On: November 1, 2021
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      Hi girls,

      I’ve mentioned this before in similar posts on this topic. When I knew I was going to be transitioning, I arranged to have a professional bra fitting at a specialty lingerie shop that also takes care of mastectomy clients. After being thoroughly measured, and then trying on various types of bras with different types of forms, it was determined that for my frame the best combination was a 42C with a C-cup form. At first she said a B-cup but when trying it on with different tops she said the C-cup looked better because I’m a bit wider in the rib cage. She also recommended going with an asymmetric form because they’re much more realistic in appearance and they make your shoulders look narrower.
      I ended up going with Gold Seal Classic 1 1/2 in size 7 and my favorite bras that fit me and my forms perfectly are WonderBra model 4436, an underwire breathable T-shirt bra.


      Ms. Lauren M

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    • #691666
      Layla Mesa
      Registered On: October 29, 2022
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      I love my 42C  bras of sorts. They feel so comfortable. Like being held.


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    • #691659
      Katie Plowright
      Registered On: October 15, 2021
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      I have A and B forms, small is beautiful in my book.  💋

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    • #691646
      Michelle Davis
      Registered On: August 19, 2021
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      I am 38inches for band measurement so I always thought 38C would be perfect for me. I got professionally fitted for bra and forms and it turns out a 42A bra with a size 7 silicone form is what fits best and looks the most natural on me. Go figure. Of course, bra sizing like clothes varies a lot from brand to brand so it’s helpful if you can try before you buy. I loved the fitting and the whole girly experience.

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      • #691663
        Lauren Mugnaia
        Registered On: November 1, 2021
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        Hi Michelle, it’s interesting, I had a professional fitting and ended up with a 42C with a size 7 “Gold Seal Classic” form from The BreastForm Store. As you say, it all depends on the variations between the brands.


        Ms. Lauren M

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    • #691605
      Jessica Skye
      Registered On: October 27, 2022
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      While I don’t have any forms yet, when I do, I want something that looks right for my body type. Since I am tall (6’4″) I think a C size would be the best look for me.

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    • #691595
      Marg Produe
      Registered On: March 16, 2022
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      Hi Stephanie,  I wish you well on your first forms purchase.  I think that bras and forms are like cars and it takes you a while and a few tryouts until you find what just seems perfect for you.  I wear an off the shelf Maidenform lightly padded bra each day because that’s what fits my body.  I’m Intersex and have some “breastage”.  There are times when I want a little more oomph, like when I wear an evening gown or low cut top.  Then, I’ll just add a simple silicone enhancer that I get from the Breastform Store.  If you think that you want to make your bra into a pocket bra and then slip your various forms in you can just look at my article called Swimsuit Perfection for directions on how to do the simple modifications.  I hope that this helps you.   Marg

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    • #691581
      Stephanie Bass
      Registered On: November 30, 2019
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      Hi Stephanie as a larger girl i have natural b cup and i chose a c cup silicone teardrop forms even wife says they look really natural as you look down and see the clevage i think ohh la la

      he he good luck girl


    • #691578
      Sara Cousins
      Registered On: October 30, 2022
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      Hi Stephanie
      I have only been here a couple of weeks and I am awaiting the arrival of my “C” shape forms for my 38C bra. I went cheap to see how they fit and then maybe better after I try them. I am in pretty good shape but my body has given me man boobs which fit nicely into my bras so here’s hoping.

    • #691569
      Wendy Swift
      Registered On: May 11, 2020
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      I have 2 pairs of gold seal breastforms from the breastform store.

      Both are sized based on my bra band, one pair is B and the other is a C cup.

      I like them both, some days I feel like having a smaller set of boobs while other days a slightly larger pair of boobs.


      • #691600
        Stephanie Lake
        Registered On: September 20, 2021
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        if you don’t mind me asking, what is your body shape? And what shape forms do you have?


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    • #691553
      Angela Booth
      Registered On: August 1, 2020
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      My type of form was an evolution from when I was younger. I was not a big child and was quite slim too which was an advantage when sneaking into my sisters dresses. By the age of about 13 I started to wear my elder sister and mothers dresses which needed the addition of a padded bra to look right , mums bras seemed right so used rolled up stockings to achieve the look. One day I was wearing a dress that had a scooped front and I could see down the front and saw the rolled stocking. I pushed it down in the bra and pulled the bit of breast I had over it and there was a bit of cleavage but the ‘form’ rolled a bit. I soon found that my sisters bra was more snug and by putting the stockings under the tissue it was held in place and I had a cleavage. So when I began dressing with my own things I remembered this trick and made a foam form of my own which served well. Eventually I was online and looking at ‘chicken fillets’, boosters. They didn’t work well so I used padded push up bras which improved things. Then I saw these soft silicone forms and bought a pair and they were so much better, I ditched the padded bras in favour of a regular underwired, non padded type, the cleavage I got was perfect and as the forms warmed they sat tight in the bra all day and even  nice in a sleep bra. My first bra was a 36B. I did start to use a breast pump and over a period of time it increased my breast tissue and I now wear a 36D for regular day wear and can wear lower tops. It looks natural, as in effect it is, and how many women do the same? I have had favourable comments from girls and even had a chest stare from a young male cashier, the ultimate endorsement.

      I use the Large size 300g Softleaves X99 forms, which I think were designed as a mastectomy form. They have no nipple but then I am not likely to be doing a wet T shirt competition any time soon. They are very affordable at about $35 a pair or £30 for me. That is very affordable and I have used them for many years now. In all the years I have had two split due to pinching the shell. They can be bought individually so replacement is easy. Obviously my size is a blessing as these were designed for an average woman and I sit well at a size 12/14 U.K. dress size and I am not aware of a larger size for larger girls.

    • #691550
      Sara Thomassm
      Registered On: November 8, 2019
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      Now this is my opinion needed your homework and buy a set of breast forms that fit your body.

      I wear a size 38D and a triangular on me makes me look fuller and I think it fits my body without drawing a whole lot of attention.

      And I’ve had the teardrop which gives me more projection. Mine or middle of the road that make me look good and still have a balance.

    • #691547
      Emily Alt
      Registered On: August 24, 2019
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      I have asymetrical forms – they’re similar to triangle forms but have a bit of extension that goes toward the underarm.  Mine are the perfect size for my 40 E/DD and 42 D bras.  That’s pretty large but look proportional on my body.

      One caution.  You should buy bras to fit your breasts/breast forms.  Not the other way around.  It’s difficult at best to find forms that perfectly fit a particular bra you’ve already purchased.  Your best bet is to talk to a rep at a reputable breast form store to find forms that are appropriate for your body.  Then get fitted for a bra at a local lingerie store.


    • #691508
      Paula Johnson
      Registered On: April 16, 2022
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      I have two sets made from premium silicone from enFemme. Both are triangle shape but I have C’s for when I want to glue them on and go braless or attract less attention and I have D’s for that fuller look when I’m just hanging out in the house or sleeping in.

      My first ones were a inexpensive teardrop D’s from a harder silicone. For me I thought they looked liked bolt on.

    • #691505
      Allysa Grant
      Registered On: November 1, 2022
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      I have a a set of triangle forms. I like the way they help me look more feminine. I have tried different types and found that the triangle is perfect for me. I use a c cup it gives me enough shape without looking to over developed.

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      Astrid Lenore
      Registered On: March 3, 2019
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      I’m a fan of asymmetrical forms, closer to triangle than teardrop, though in my opinion closer to the natural curve of a breast (at least on my particular figure).  A couple words in general on breast form selection:

      Measure twice, cut once.  This is particularly important if you’re buying online.  What I do is take a cloth measuring tape (and if you don’t have one get one, girl you’re gonna need it!) and mock it out on my chest based on the listed dimensions.  If dimensions aren’t given, I’d just hard pass in general.

      Second word of advice is resist the temptation to cheap out.  And this coming from someone who has to seriously budget for all her girl-stuff.  The old adage is true here for the most part: you get what you pay for.  Not that you should immediately go for the high-end forms, particularly if you’re unsure about sizing or your commitment, but avoid the bargain-barrel stuff.

      Hope this helps! 😉

      • #691601
        Kara McNally
        Registered On: November 8, 2022
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        I wear a bra everyday and love the feel of straps and band all day. I have settled on triangle thin inserts (white, black and nude) which I get from Amazon. They give some shape but not noticeable. I use one or two in each cup depending on the bra or bralette. Kisses.

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