Freya aa4951 Eloise Underwire Plunge Bra Reviews
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Eloise Underwire Plunge Bra
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rating Size: 30D

Does this bra run a little small in the cup? The middle came up too high on me and pressed medially on the implants. (I've reconstructed breasts from a DMX). Maybe I need a bigger size? I'm not sure. The "Alexa" fit me much better and it felt like it gave me better support. It's cute but not my favorite.

Freya Response: April, the center piece, (also known as the center gore) on both Eloise and Alexa are two inches wide, so both bras should be touching your chest wall in more or less the same place. The curve on the top cup of Alexa is slightly different than Eloise, but the difference in size would not be much. If however Eloise feels too small, simply go up a cup size to a 30DD. In order for a bra to provide the ultimate in fit and support it must be the correct size, but remember, your true size is not about the letter or the number, it's about how the bra feels on your body. As I'm sure you already know all bras fit slightly differently depending on style and fabrication, so it's important to be flexible about your size as it will vary. For a perfect fit you want to make sure that three things are happening: The center gore (the piece of fabric between the cups) must be right up against the chest wall, the under-wire must sit BEHIND the breast tissue on bone, and the band must be snug enough around the torso to stay parallel to the floor. Also it's just as important to adjust your breast tissue into the cups properly as it is to find the right size and style, as this will make all the difference in how a bra fits you. Please refer to "Tomima's "3 Steps to a Fabulous Fit" to help. April from IL

  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: June, 2011
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