Find your perfect fit at Big Girls Don't Cry.
Find your perfect fit at Big Girls Don't Cry.

Find your perfect fit

At Big Girls Don't Cry Anymore we specialise in Bras Sizes 6 to 36 Cups A to N and with over 270 different sizes, we have the largest range of fuller figured, plus size and curvy bras in Australia.

At our premises we have 1.5 x 2m fitting rooms if coming into store or if you do not live local we do FREE Virtual fittings with the use of Facetime or Skye.

We have experienced trained corsetieres for fittings in-store or via a virtual fitting appointment.

They will help you find the correct size, fit and style to suit your body type. Statistics show that 80% of women are wearing the wrong size bra!?!

Our promise to you is to make sure you are not apart of that statistic.

We deliver exceptional customer service and the knowledge to fit and compliment women of all shapes and sizes.

Remember confidence and body empowerment starts from a great foundation. Get fitted today!

We have many different styles of bras and swimwear - underwire, non-underwire, sport, leisure, t-shirt, plunge and front opening with either posture support or not.

The Posture support bras are perfect for those ladies with Osteoporosis, Frozen Shoulders, Arthritis or just for women who prefer to do their bra up in the front.

We are located at 1a/1806 Sandgate Road, Virginia QLD 4014, open 7 days a week 9am-5pm. You can also shop online at www.brastogo.com.au.

We have a live chat feature and are available to help fittings and questions over the phone to. Call us today on 07 3265 1811.

We look forward to helping you find your perfect fit!


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