Unsightly bulges, underwire pinching, strap imprints, and weird shapes. That store-bought bra you habitually stock up on is not doing you any favors. Canadian lingerie designer/fitting specialist Christina Remenyi couldn’t agree more. Appalled by the lack of appropriate sizes offered by North American manufacturers, she’s developed a vintage-inspired line of mesh and lace undergarments for heavy lifters. Her subtly seductive Fortnight collection spans sizes 30-38, A-E, covering a diverse range of women not supported by many mass brands. For your ideal fit, follow the measuring instructions on the website and pick up pointers on curing common comfort issues. (Band riding up? Go for a smaller back size.) We’re big fans of the classically sexy Rita with black lace cups and matching low-rise knickers, though Greta’s ivory and light blue satin touches nail pinup perfection. Available by e-mail order (firstname.lastname@example.org); online at fortnightlingerie.etsy.com, $36-$112. To see styles, go to fortnightlingerie.com. Photo: Courtesy of Fortnight LingerieStock your trousseau with 25 more lingerie looks.