This bra just didn't do the trick. My chest did pretty much what you see on the model in the photo -- there was an empty space of fabric at the bottom of the cup that my breasts just would not fill, no matter how I shimmied around or tried to stuff them in. And the cups themselves aren't very supportive or even sturdy; my breasts were heavy enough that when they were in the cups, and I was trying to get them into that open pocket, the cups would fold over an inch or so up from the band.
I'm usually a 30G in Fantasie, but I can't imagine that my breasts wouldn't fit into the cups because the cups were too *big.* It seems more like I just need a different shape of cup, and I think anybody would benefit if they were made from a sturdier fabric. It felt like the support would come entirely from the band and the underwires and not at all from the cup fabric. This may be an option for smaller cup sizes, but the 30GG didn't seem built with its intended buyers in mind.
Please see Tomima's tip - it says this bra runs small in the cup; In a GG, it’s the only strapless we have to offer. - Betty from Fantasie
Betty is absolutely correct this bra does run small in the cup: The symptoms sound very much as if the cup was simply too small to accommodate your breast tissue. If the cup is too small there’s no hope of it “tacking” or of surrounding the breast to lift and support. - Freddy from Fantasie
Anne from PA
Average Height (5'4"-5'8")