I liked the bra and kept it, but have one complaint: If a woman wants a MINIMIZER, that means, to me, that she doesn't want her chest to look as big as it is. So, can someone tell me why minimizers are so few and when you can find one, they aren't underwires and/or the cups only go up to a G. An underwire gives the best support to big, heavy breasts, in my opinion. Why don't the sizes go higher? I needed an "I" cup or at the least, an "H" - but G was the highest offered. It does make me appear smaller, but I have substantial spillage over the top, which forces the middle of the bra outward, and that shows in most of the tops I wear. I kept it, even though it was expensive, because I wanted a minimizer. HERROOM - can't you speak to your suppliers about offering bigger sized cups in the minimizer? Why do they think a woman even WANTS a minimizer!
HerRoom Response: Minimizers only go up to G cup sizing, because larger breast simply can't be minimized. A minimizer reduces breast projection by distributing breast tissue under arms, further up the chest, and in towards the cleavage. Larger breasts simply already have breast tissue in those places already, so there is no other place to put it. I hope this answers your question.
Jackie from Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Petite (5'3" and under)