You have such a petite frame and probably need to look for a style that is less full in the cup which is difficult to find in your cup size. Was the cup too large? Maybe you need to go down to the H cup.
Stephanie from US
Our strap placement creates a “U” or leotard-type back which is usually very flattering for most figure types…
Make sure the band is snug enough to stay down on your torso, and the band should be parallel to the floor. If the band is too loose, it will ride up in the back, forcing the soft tissue (which we all have) up under the arm, and creating that bulge that you’re concerned about.
It’s almost counter-intuitive: You would think a snugger band would create bulges (or back fat) when in fact more often than not, the opposite is true …it’s a band that’s too loose that’s creating the problem!
Holly from RI
Sometimes the bras with seams may appear more cone-like, but in your 34HH cup size you really need the seams to give you the proper support you need from your bras. There are many other styles that might work for you, but if you are looking for a smoother rounder look you could try the Fantasie Esme bra 2471
or the elomi Hermione 8120.
Michele from Brooklyn,NY
If you are looking for a seamless contour shape you might want to try the Fantasie 4510. This bra has the smooth shape you are looking for and gives a lot of lift and a super great shape for t-shirts. We also offer the Freya Deco style 4234 that also gives a smooth shape and has more plunge than the 4510 to give you a youthful “vavoom” look. If you try the 4234 Deco you might try the 30GG because the band runs fuller than the other styles.
Sally from USA
The serene is a great bra when you get it in the correct size. You did not get proper side support meaning the band, or the side tissue in the cup? It sounds like you might need a smaller band size like a 36G. But if it is the side breast tissue that was coming out of the bra then the cup size is too small. Please see Tomimas fit tips to make sure you are in the correct size.