Aviana Response: : No bra is going to fit well if it's the wrong size for you. If the band is riding up, then the band size is too big. I'm also not surprised that you found the cup too big as well. They were designed this way so that the breast tissue doesn't pop out of the top or sides. Don't give up on the first try. I'd suggest that you try a smaller band and cup. Good luck!
Rebecca from Benham/KY/USA
Aviana Response: There are several styles made to fit different body types. Not every style will fit each woman the same. Being so petite, I can see why this bra gave you that torpedo look! If you are looking for a more rounded shape and are used to underwires, try our Aviana 2457. It gives a beautiful rounded profile. I'm sorry the 2353 didn't work out for you.
Angie from Norfolk, VA
I’m sorry you experienced a problem finding the right cup size. Often the “down a band and up a cup” works perfectly for the 2353, but not always.
Sherle from San Leandro, CA, USA
If you are not finding this bra supportive, try a smaller band and larger cup. Don’t give up on the first size!
Rosemary from pennsylavia
The 2353 is an extremely supportive bra in the correct size. Cushions can be adjusted by moving the flat slider into the front of the bra, past the wide part of the strap. If you are bouncing, the band is too big. Try a smaller size and the bounce will disappear. This bra is a workhorse – it fits and supports all the way up to 56K.
Lark109 from Indiana
The wrong size bra should never fit correctly.
Cheryl from Findlay OH