The cups are too big for you in an F cup. If you need to go down one cup size try the 30E and if you need to go down 2 cup sizes then try the 30DD.
Liss from Salt Lake City, Utah
It sounds like the cup is too small, we suggest you try a 32GG in this bra.
Sharon from Owensboro, KY USA
Judging by what you say this bra is doing to your breasts, it sounds like you’re very much in the wrong size!
No bra will give you a lifted sexy shape if the size is incorrect!
Freya bras are designed to give a very specific “custom fit”, so we use a more rigid fabrication. It is much easier to “fudge the fit” if a bra has stretchy cups, but you’ll never get the same degree of lift, shaping and support that non-stretch cups provide. Also, the fabric will get softer and conform to your body as you wash it and wear it.
Ramona from Sacramento, CA
Lindsay, if the straps are sliding off your shoulders it might be that you need a bra with center pull straps (straps which are positioned at the center of the cup, not at the side). Most of the styles in our Freya brand are designed on a balcony frame with the straps positioned at the side of the cups.
You might try crossing over to our Fantasie brand which offers quite a few styles with a more centered strap. I would recommend Karina 2452
, Belle 6001
or Kara 2092.
Lindsey from China Spring, Tx
Freya is known for its lift and support. The fabric gets softer as you wash and wear this bra. As the fabric softens you still get the “up”, but the “out” becomes a gentler shape.
Sue from Rochester, NY
You’re right the fabric used in Freya 3510 has very little mechanical stretch. It’s built for ultra-firm support. If you found the band was a bit too tight, you can always try a band size up (36H) which would also give you more room in the cup. (Don’t ever be afraid to go up or down in the band or the cup! We call it “finessing the fit”.) Every brand and even styles within that brand run slightly differently, and sometimes we have to adjust accordingly for that perfect “custom” fit.
HerRoom Response: Sometimes the fabric has sizing in it to make it easier to sew. This comes out after a few washings, and the fabric softens up.
sbe from usa
Support doesn’t come from the amount of hooks provided, but from the entire “body” of the bra. Usually we need more support around the torso, and a wider band would definitely help. The band should feel like a firm hug. You might want to try some of our Fantasie bras, perhaps a style like Elodie 2182
with a fuller cup, and a bit more width in the band… -very secure and supportive! If you really want a fantastic bra with “guts” and a wider band, she might want to try Caitlyn 8030
in the Elomi brand: Ultra supportive! The band is considerably wider for ultimate comfort and support, but it still tapers down to two hooks (leotard back).
MEL from Southern NJ