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From bust to boom times

When Clodagh Weber was getting married, she realised how difficult it was for women with bigger busts to find sexy lingerie.

22nd April, 2006

When Clodagh Weber was getting married, she realised how difficult it was for women with bigger busts to find sexy lingerie.

She recognised that there was a niche in the market when she had to travel to London to find a suitable-sized bra for her big day.

Weber and her best friend Emma Cobbe set up Bramora, a lingerie company specialising in bras for women with bigger busts in February 2005 and opened their first...

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