My experience may be due to my own breast shape, weight, etc. (breasts touching, pendulous, heavy). The band was very painful for the first 10-20 times of wearing it; I couldn't get through a whole day in it. Now that I've washed and worn it a bunch of times it doesn't hurt much but it does roll under, which isn't comfortable either. I think the center section is too wide for my breasts, it makes them splay out, and there's no side support to speak of. I'm not crazy about the overall shape and lift, I feel like my breasts are still pointing down rather than lifted. And of course it doesn't work under a t-shirt, even with a camisole underneath because of the embroidery and seams.
Elomi Response: Susan-Thank you for your feedback and for trying Elomi Caitlyn EL8030 in 36D7. Please consider watching the HerRoom video, "How To Put On A Bra" to ensure you're sweeping your breast tissue into the cup properly. This process can make a difference in what size you are and help you to reach that perfect fit. A curvier frame can experience band flipping as the band forms to the natural curve of your body. A bra style and brand that has a fuller side wing might offer relief too. Please consider Goddess Hannah Underwire Molded Side Support Bra GD6131 in 36D7. This style offers unique circular seaming in the cups, gives great shape and support while keeping you smooth and seam free!
Susan from Albuquerque, NM
Average Height (5'4"-5'8")