So I ordered a lovely Panache non-wired support bra that arrived today and it really fits badly, even accounting for it not being wired. So I though well I'll try measuring myself again, maybe it's a bit different for non-wired bras. Now before pregnancy I was a very definite 34E. Back did not ride up, was not too tight nor too loose and boobs securely held with no bulging, been a steady 34E for a couple of years with no complaints from backache etc. I went up a cup size in the early months of pregnancy and have been a steady 34F since then so I ordered a 34F for this bra that doesn't fit - I compared it to the bras I'm wearing right now (that fit fine) and can see clearly the cups are smaller and it's clear from the fit that the band is fine but the cups too small. So I did my measurements on a couple of sites and got told I'm a 40C!!!!! How does that make sense? That would make the cup sizes stick out way less compared to the band than I need. If I wore that it would be like a hula hoop around my chest and the cup wouldn't contain one a nipple! It's so annoying as this range seems only to be available at mothercare and online so will have to keep trying different sizes. There were loads of hooks on the back so I could get away with a 36 to widen things out a bit but now I'm wondering about getting a G! Stupid different bras... All I want is to lounge around in the evening without stupid wires digging into my bump. Boooo.