POUNDLAND have launched a range of bras in bigger sizes – at no extra cost.
The popular budget chain unveiled larger options in the lingerie department of its PEP&CO clothing label.
Women can now purchase bras up to a size 40E for the same price as its current selection, which starts at a 34B.
Depending on the style, they will cost between £3.50 and £5 – with matching briefs coming in at just £2.
Customers will be able to choose between 15 new underwear lines in a host of colourways and styles.
It comes as other fashion retailers have been found to charge more for certain larger sizes across their clothing and lingerie collections.
“Our inclusive pricing means customers of all sizes can look and feel great," said a spokesperson for PEP&CO.
"We’re so excited to launch our new bra collection and certainly won’t be charging more for larger cups."
It comes as women have been raving about Urban Outfitters' £12 bras.
They have branded them "the most comfortable they’ve ever worn".
Earlier this year, we revealed that 80 per cent of women are wearing the wrong bra size.
What's more, we should be getting fitted at least every six months.
Women are also likely to be putting their bras on all wrong.
It turns you should be fastening it at the back on the loosest hook – and adjusting the straps every other month.
In other fashion news, a thrifty bride chopped up her £500 wedding dress and dyed it green so she could wear it every day.
We also revealed how a woman was left mortified when she noticed a very rude vagina pattern on her dress.
And a student was horrified after finding pubic hair and skid marks in the crotch of her PrettyLittleThing bodysuit.
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