Freya Response: Denise, there is a little stretch in the foam moulding of this bra which may explain the lack of support you are experiencing. We suggest trying our Fantasie Smoothing Seamless Strapless Bra FL4530, which has a rigid, no-stretch fabrication and a seaming across the top of the cup. Both of these features lend themselves to the more structured, supportive fit you're looking for.
Denise from Oak Forest
Freya Response: Teresa, our strapless by Fantasie (Fantasie Smoothing Seamless Strapless Bra FL4530) features a deeper cup. It is a firmer fabrication in the cup than the Freya strapless you tried that and is seamed across the top – both features that help to contain and center the breast tissue.
Teresa from US
Freya Response: Jane, it could be that the band was just too snug. If you’re willing to try it again, you may want to break the bra in gradually over one or two days for a couple hours at a time. If you think it may have been the structure of the band, you could try our strapless by Fantasie (Fantasie Smoothing Seamless Strapless Bra FL4530) which features a different fabrication and shape in the band that could irritate your skin less.
PAJane from USA
Try Fantasie Smoothing Seamless Strapless Bra FL4530. It features a taller center gore that is more likely to rest against your chest wall and give you separation. It also is a firmer fabrication which will keep you “held” in better than the Freya strapless.
Christina, this bra has a fair amount of stretch in the moulding which can cause the cups to carry too much of your breast tissue in the bottom and keep it from being pushed up along the top edge of the cup. A more structured strapless with no stretch like Fantasie Smoothing Seamless Strapless Bra FL4530 may solve the gapping issue you have with the Deco strapless.