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Psalm 18:3-4 KJV
I will call upon the LORD, who is worthy to be praised: so shall I be saved from mine enemies.

As promised in my YouTube video, I have reviewed some bras I got from Marks and Spencer aka M&S. I've found that at my local M&S store most of the staff there are very welcoming to me. If you're reading, hi Saima! In today's bra review blog post, my houseplant Oliver makes a cameo as a prop for the bra flatlays.

The camera did not pick the second colour of this bra set well. The one at the back is not black or navy, it's maroon red. I absolutely love this colour. If you watched my Primark haul video, you are aware I made the choice to start including colour in my lingerie. However, I couldn't help it, and still picked up some neutral coloured bras from Marks and Spencer.

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Generally speaking, the pros of these bras are:
  • Very high fabric quality. The fabric is thick and feels luxurious.
  • The bra straps are thick enough for support, but slender enough not to peek out or leave nasty lines on your skin.
  • The issue I have with these bras are that the strap circumference is very small,. And, as such girls out there on the thick side might have issues hooking their bras. Almost as if these bras were made only for skinny girls with big boobs. Okay bye.

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So I discovered a way of making your bra fit at the back if it's too short, and the cup is your size... bra extenders! I never knew about them until now because all my bras back in Nigeria fit like a glove at them back, and front. 
Hopefully this update helps someone out there. This is what they look like:

Your friend,
Alexandra, for Lily of Nigeria.

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