Aviana Response: I’m not sure what the problem could be. Perhaps the wires were too long for your frame? If that’s the case, try our other minimizer bra, the 2457.
aleksandra from ct
Aviana Response: Yes! As with all minimizers, the smaller the cup you choose, the more cleavage and “underarm boob” you are going to create. If in doubt, go up a cup!
cee-cee from california
HerRoom Response: Your symptoms of red marks and the cups not minimizing sound like you are in a bra with too big a cups. Smaller cups have smaller underwires which should reduce the redness.
HerRoom Response: It's interesting that this issue has arisen on all your bras. It makes me think you are drying your bras in the dryer. This causes the casing around the wires to shrink and thus your wires poke through. The other explanation might be that your band size is too large and the constant movement on your body is wearing down the casing.
Sandy from St. Peters, Mo
HerRoom Response: This is sort of the challenge with minimizers. The cup and underwires must cover a large surface in order to minimize. Therefore, their wires tend to be taller than most. Also, if you are short in stature, this adds to the issue.
Mary from Kansas City, MO. USA
HerRoom Response: A symptom such as this usually means you have too large a band size. Try going down a band size and up a cup size in order to maintain the same fit in your cup - 32DDD or 32F.