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Find Leading Lady Perfection in Hard to Fit Sizes

by ErinStieglitz on May 02, 2018

Leading Lady Find Your FitBeauty comes in all shapes and sizes. At Leading Lady, we know that every woman deserves the perfect bra to make her feel both uplifted and beautiful. This is especially true for those of us with hard to fit sizes.

Being a unique size may lead to less-than-ideal lingerie choices, and we’re putting an end to wearing the wrong size. Instead, find your fit using the Leading Lady fit calculator.

We’ve heard from women who don’t fit the typical full figure bra mold.  Maybe you need a wide band and a small cup, which many women have trouble finding in non-specialty brands.

Then, rejoice.  Our fit conscious designer, Haidee, has created beautiful scalloped lace bras, everyday seamless styles and sleep and leisure bras in leopard and polka dot prints in wide band sizes with A cups and B cups.  Finding perfection just got easier, from your intimates – out.

Shop by style, or shop by size, but find your perfect fit and get shopping! Take $10 off when you spend $75 or more through May 17 at LeadingLady.com. Happy shopping!

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