HerRoom Response: Sounds like the tops of your breasts are a bit hollow. A better choice would be a full coverage contour bra that would conceal this area for you.
Otherwise, this is a very nice, comfortable bra and seems to be really well made. If it didn't have the cup wrinkling issue, I likely would have kept it. I wasn't too crazy about teh silhouette it gave me, but I have a feeling that it just wasn't the right style for me.
Erin from Seattle, WA USA
HerRoom Response: Molded means the shape of the cup has been created by placing the fabric over a mold. A contour bra is molded, but the cups are also lined with a thin layer of padding for modesty. A balcony bra by definition cuts across ones breast to expose more upper breast tissue.
Heidi from Sacramento, CA
HerRoom Response: Thank you for your feedback. Our mannequin is wearing a 34D bra. We therefore had to put pads in the cups because the mannequin is only a 34B. This is why the cups have wrinkles. Our suggestion would be to make sure you place your breasts in the cups after you have put the bra on. This usually solves the problem of not enough tissue in the upper part of the cups.