Aviana Response: We have very tight quality controls over our sewing and every component of our bras. I assure you, our bras are not cheaply made. They are made from USA manufactured fabrics in a USA owned facility in Costa Rica. Our bras are strong and supportive all the way to 56 bands and M cups. If the bra happened to be defective, please contact HerRoom for a replacement.
Debbie from Boise, ID, USA
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
This bra is a full size minimizer (reduces your projection a full cup size), and that tissue has to go somewhere. In the 34G, a G cup breast would be compressed and rounded nicely without tissue under the arm nor pressed inward creating pillow cleavage. I suspect if you had that much breast pushing to each side, you may need an H cup bra. The 2460 is not yet available in H, but we are working on it.
J S from Forest, VA, USA
HerRoom Response: The squeaking you are hearing happens when the casing around the underwire is sewn a little too tightly. With time and washing, this little sound usually goes away.
Chris from NJ
HerRoom Response: A minimizer moves your breast tissue under your arms and up your chest in order to reduce your projection so that you can wear a button down blouse.
Susan from LA
Aviana Response: You might need a 40H – please try the 2457 bra and see if perhaps it’s the size that isn’t working for you, not the style!