The bra looked nice and appeared to be the right size and was pleasing to the touch. However, although 32" was the correct size of the band, while wearing it, my bust bulged out of the top. My prev. bras are 32C and even a less coverage cup does not cause those upper bulges. Even under very conservative tops, these bulges appear to be an extra set of smaller female anatomy perched atop a normal one.
I don't understand, because I am not large busted. I used to wear a B cup and wanted fuller coverage for V neck tops, so I increased the cup size to C.
I ordered 3 different styles of bras in 32C, one at $69 and two others less expensive. They all fit similarly and were equally pleasing to the eye (when not wearing it) as to what I was hoping for. They just don't cover all my bust. Once again, I would say that I am between a B & C cup so a C should cover all of me. In addition, it is comfortable to wear the band at the tightest closure, so I am def. a 32/ So, I am still wearing my much older bras that are aging and need to be replaced.
I like pretty bras and have always had them. Recently I ordered a Genie bra, not yet arrived. I don't think it is pretty but I am hoping for a natural look from the outside.
Thank you for providing a place for me to explain this problem. I hope you can help with an understanding of this problem.
As I said, I have some B cups that don't give me bulges on the top of the cups, but they are wearing out.
I have entered the style and the # of these prev. worn bras but they are no longer avail.
A 34C cup fits well, but the band is too large. I would think according to your measurement info., that a 32C should fit band wise and it does, and the cup should be the same C size. But the cup on a 32C is smaller than the cup on a 34C. THAT IS THE MAIN PROBLEM. Why do you make the C cup smaller on the 32 than the 34C?
The consumer indicates that her breast is bulging out, which is an indication that the cup is too small.
A woman’s body is changing for a lot of reasons like hormonal changes etc., so it’s not uncommon, that the cup size can change with the time.
While wearing your bras, they adjust a little bit to your body changes, which is probably the reason why her old bras still fit, but all three new bra styles are too small.
She is indicating that the cup of a 34C bra fits her well. According to international sizing studies, the cup volume also increases with the band size,
so the cup volume of a 34C is close to a 32D. I would recommend to try a 32D.
Fayth from Nashville. Tn. USA
Petite (5'3" and under)