Freya Response: Rebecca, we’re glad you are satisfied with your Freya suit! Thank you for your comments regarding the structure in the cups, we will take those into consideration.
Rebecca from Tampa, FL USA
The rigid simplex fabrication in the inner cup, and the power-net back wings help to ensure stable support and secure anchorage. Whether you’re competing or simply going for a leisurely swim, you’ll do it complete confidence
sally from Maine
This style is available to an H-cup so you’re sure to find your perfect size.
Rebecca from Ohio
Every brand fits differently, so it’s important to be a little flexible about your size as you probably won’t wear the same size in different brands and styles. If you’re finding the body of the suit is too roomy for you, but the cup fits, try Universal Cup Size 30D6. If the cups are too large as well, try a 30D5 or even a 30D4.
Paula from NY
We designed this swimsuit for maximum performance. Sure it looks fabulous and sophisticated, but it’s built for speed and comfort! Seams shape the breast tissue and provide super support…
If you’re finding the bottom a little baggy, perhaps next time try your “sister size” (32D3): This will make the body of the suit smaller while maintaining the same cup size.
Sherrie from Brandon, sd
We love this suit too! It might be that even if you’re tall, you’re short-waisted, (not a lot of room between the underside of your breasts and your hips). This would make the bottom of the suit come up higher on your torso. It could also be that the “body” of the suit is too large for you. You might want to try a 32FF which would make the body of the suit smaller, and the cup size would remain the same.
Mary K. from Seattle, WA USA