Carnival Response: This bra is made specifically to give back support. If you have poor posture you might be uncomfortable the first few days that you wear it since the main function is to correct poor posture and give back support.
Sherry from Sacramento, CA 95828
Carnival Response: You would be better served with our style Carnival Front Close Adjustable Strap Back Support Bra 656. It is a front closure back support bra with adjustable straps.
Carnival Response: This occurs when the cup size is too big for you resulting in your breasts not completely filling out the cup. Unfortunately this style is not made in either A cups or 32B which would suit you much better.
Marleny from New york
Carnival Response: Try our Carnival Front Close Adjustable Strap Back Support Bra 656 . It is a similar front closure back support bra with adjustable straps.
Marpkil from New York
I suggest you try either a 44B or 44C in this style. Bras ride up when they fit too snug. I would also like to suggest that you take advantage of the Universal Cup sizing tool that HerRoom is now offering. It can be a great tool when deciding what size bra to buy. Finding the right bra size is key!
Sarah from Boise Idaho
Carnival Response:This bra is made specifically to give back support. If you have poor posture you might be uncomfortable the first few days that you wear this bra since its main function is to correct poor posture and give back support.
Connie from Charlotte, NC
You are absolutely correct. The closure in the front of a posture bra is higher than a regular bra. You will find that almost all posture bras are shaped similarly in the front. It would be almost impossible to make a true posture bra with low cleavage in the front.
Sharon from Olney MD USA
Since this is a posture bra the back has double lined power mesh. In order to eliminate the scratching please make sure to hand wash this bra before wearing.
Unfortunately hooks are difficult to close but they are not restrictive while providing security. Zippers are very unforgiving and would probably show through most tops.
Sherry from Tampa, FL
HerRoom Response: Measuring a bra flat has no correlation to your band size. The manufacturer takes the stretch of the fabric into account when designing the bra. You need to try it on and see if it fits.
The correct band measurement for 36C is in fact 26 inches. The bra is sized correctly. If your back measures 36” around then you are a size 46 not 36.
Suzan from Texas
Carnival Response: Size 34 is supposed to measure 31” under the bust line. The bras are manufactured true to size. 34” under the bust line would translate to a size 36 or 38.
Suzan from Bastrop, Texas USA