Addendum -- I've had problems with my new 30G Rio bra (nude color). I've only worn it a handful of times, maybe 4. And tonight, for no reason, the underwire popped through the fabric at the center gore. Why? It seemed to fit well enough. The white 30G I've had for 2 years is still going strong, and the fabric around the ends of the underwire seems very sturdy. Comparing the two bras, I noticed that the cloth containing the underwire differs between them. The white one has a nice, heavy, soft felt-ish material, and much smaller stitches. The nude one has a thinner, more chafing, more spandex-y material, and stitches twice the size of the ones on my older bra. It also has a few loose threads already. And it's 1/2" longer in the band than the white one. What's going on? Why does the new bra seem not only less supportive, but overall as if it's more cheaply made? If I were to order another white one, would it be made of the better materials again, and have a tighter band? I adore my old 30FF black and 30G white Rio bras, and would be very happy to buy more, but I don't want to if they've changed their materials and measurements for good.
HerRoom Response: Thank you for this additional feedback. It has been forwarded on to Freya for review. Their initial response was surprise since they had not heard this before. But, they are looking into it further. Again, thank you for this feedback.
Anne from PA
Average Height (5'4"-5'8")