This bra has raised lace and was not designed to disappear under clothes. Try our Aviana 2353. It's an all over jacquard that is pretty, but doesn't usually show up under clothes.
Becky from IL
I recommend staying with the 36H and living with the tightness for several wearings. It will take a while, but you will start to be comfortable in it, and you will be amazed at the lift and support you get.
Barbara from New York State
If the sides of the 2352 are too high for you, consider the Aviana softcup minimizer bra 2357. This bra was designed with lower sides and back.
T from Brighton, Tn
Aviana Response:Aviana has personally fitted this bra on hundreds of women, and in the right size, it supports beautifully. We are sorry that you did not find this bra supportive, and we wonder if you possibly needed a smaller band size? The support comes from the snugness of the band, ladies! If it isn't very snug when you first buy it, it will not support the weight of an H size breast for months and months of wear. Strap adjustments should stay in place, unless the band is too loose, giving no support, in which case the weight of the breast would pull the bra down in front and possibly pull the adjusters out of place. Try a smaller band!
HerRoom Response: If you go up a band size, you go down a cup size to keep the same cup volume. Your cup symptoms all point to your cup size being too large in the size you tried.
peggy from Bayview. ID