The Edinburgh store was really great. I had to come back the next day for a scheduled fitting, but there's a good reason why! A lovely lady looked at the fit of my current bra, asked me questions about the types of bra I like, right down to my favourite bra colour! She proceeded to bring out bra after bra, and pointed out the fit issues on some, and told me when one was fitting perfectly. I must have tried on at least 20 bras, and the woman never seemed bored or tired with constantly running around to find different sizes. The sales staff are definitely well trained, polite, and organised.
I was a little afraid that after giving me so many to try on, I would be pressured to purchase one or more of these bras, but no! When I had decided that I had more than enough well-fitting ones, the lady took out the ones that weren't a good fit, and left me alone to try them on again. She simply said to take any I wanted to the till, and to leave any I didn't in the room. It was very relaxed. In the end, I came out with a very comfortable blue bra four cup sizes larger than the one I came in with.
I only have one critique. I'm going to have to go back to get a t-shirt type of bra. Once it became clear that a particular type of full-cup, unpadded bra fit me quite well, all the rest I tried were very similar, and I'd like to get a bra that I can wear with low-necked clothing that gives good cleavage. They want you to find the perfect fit, and in that they succeeded. But that goal does cut into the range of bras that are handed to you! The bra I bought has a very long centre gore (which makes it very supportive and comfortable), which separates my boobs and comes up too high for an evening dress or similar (it would be visible). It's a delightful everyday bra, I just need to go back with the aim of getting a bra with moulded cups and slightly less coverage, maybe a plunge!