HerRoom Response:IF your bra is riding up in back, you probably need to go down a band size.
HerRoom Response: If you are droopy, there is a good chance that your band size is too large. 90% of a bra's support should come from the band - not the straps. If the cups fit you correctly, consider a 34DDDD or 34G. This will take you down a band size while maintaining your cup size.
HerRoom Response: When a bra rides up in back, it usually means your band size is too large. We would suggest a 40DDDD or 40G size.
HerRoom Response: Minimizer bras work by compressing the breasts thus making them wider with less projection. The side effect is that the center panel of a minimizer many times will not rest against the sternum. This is common and not necessarily a sign that the bra is not fitting properly.
HerRoom Response: This issue with the center front can be the result of not having a deep enough cup. We would suggest going up a cup size.