Cleo is a great bra, you might want to try the 34G if you had that much “Spillage” out of the cup. You might also want to look at the Fantasie and Freya lines as well which is part of the eveden group that owns elomi. There are a lot of really cute styles in all of the lines, and you have lots of choices in a 34G.
Mona from Virginia Beach
This Cleo style is a bandless style which means that the wire has the appearance of being a “floating wire” that can sometimes cut into our “fluffiness” especially for those of us that are short-waisted like yourself. You might want to try a style that has a banded wire so the wire at the bottom of the cup goes straight across the bottom of the cup so it does nut cut into your short-waisted body. The Cleo actually comes in a banded style #8000 which might be a better style for you along with the Elomi Caityln style #8030. Please refer to Tomima's fit tips to a great fit to make sure you are in the correct size. Are you a 42GG or a 44G?
Bailey from Glenwood Springs
I’m a bit puzzled because your size is posted as 44C, but EL8100 starts at an E-cup (DDD) –if 44C is your correct size, the cup would be far too large for you…
If you’re finding that wires poke you under the arm, no matter what the brand or the style, you might well have a “short upper torso” (meaning not much room between the bottom of the breast to the shoulder). If this is the case, you might be much more comfortable in a soft cup bra –with no wires to cope with.
I would recommend you try Elomi Caitlyn 8033
in the Elomi brand. It’s a gorgeous comfy bra, and it comes in a C-cup!
Hersy from Buford, GA 30519