Go to a hospital. Many breast cancer patients have prosthetic breasts & some hospitals stock them – have them in surplus supply for post-op breast augmentation/surgery patients. If any are damaged or especially old, the hospital may let you have a pair for free…..worth a try.
Well what i do is just buy padded bras,or jell filled bras,they are inexpensive and look fine(i prefer a B cup).when you wash them do not dry them in the drier,lay them out to dry and they will keep their shape longer
for what it’s worth, you best spend the dollars, and get good breast forms.. They’re not inexpensive, but by the same token, if you are going to stay within this lifestyle and even if you spend 250.00 for a good pair, amortize these say over 5 years – that’s 60 months…it works out to about 4.00 a month – a dollar a week – 4 cents a day..
Can you not afford this…?
Plus if you buy a decent pair, and have them in your bra, when you walk with high heels, they will “bounce” a bit as per real “boobs”…
Never buy “cheap”..!!! F.Y.I. – I am a long time married cross dresser..
Rachelle In High Heels