Carnival Response: Dear Customers: Andra Group asked us to address why we offer B cups in this minimizer bra. There are a few important points that must be understood regarding B cups and minimizers.
The first point that is important to understand is that there is a difference between a B cup and a full figure B cup. Two women can be the same size but one could need a full figure cut bra versus a missy cut bra. This rule applies to B cups as well.
As far as the advantages of a minimizer for a B cup there are a few but the main one is support. Minimizers historically are known for giving women extra support (even B cups) because they are designed to press down on the breasts and distribute the extra flesh to the sides.
Another advantage to minimizers is to help a woman fit into a top or top of a dress that is cut flatter than her natural shape. This applies to B cups as well. We hope this explains why we have B cup sizing in this minimizer.
Carnival from Linden, New Jersey
HerRoom Response: Almost all minimizing bras start at a C cup. A minimizer reduces the projection of your breasts by moving breast tissue more under your arms and up your chest. With a B cup, this would not be very noticeable.
Elizabeth from Chicago