Unfortunately 6011 only goes up to an H cup. Was it small in the cup or the band? You may also want to try Elomi bra 3911 in a 42F or 42FF
ewd from NJ, USA
Did you need a larger band or cup? Be sure to look at Tomima's 3 Steps to a Fabulous Fit
fit tips to make sure you are in the correct size.
Un-Happy in KC from Kansas City
Goddess still makes the 3910. It sounds like the band was too big in the 6011. You might try the 36DDD instead of the 38DD. The 6011 in goddess is a great bra if it is in the correct size.
If you’re feeling ‘smushed’, and you’re falling out of the sides, your cups are too small: I suggest you go up a cup size and try a 38H.
6011 does have minimizing qualities but the cups need to contain all of the breast tissue. If you find you need a larger cup size, perhaps “cross-over” to our Elomi brand and try Elomi 3911.
This bra is a fabulous smoothing option which goes up two additional cup sizes: 3911 is UK-sized, and goes up to a GG. If you wear an H in the Goddess brand, you’d wear a FF in Elomi, and then you have two more cup sizes if you need them (G and GG).
Breiann from Wayland,NY
Very often it will be the size and not the style which causes discomfort.
If you’re finding the bra rides up on the sides, it’s probably too big in the band. Try going down in the band, and up in the cup. I would recommend a 42G. (Please refer to Tomima’s 3 Steps to a Fabulous Fit
to guide you).
siobhan from warwick,RI
As you know every brand fits differently, so it’s important to be flexible about your size.
It’s difficult to comment as you don’t mention what brand you ordinarily wear, and to what style or brand you’re comparing 6011. If you’re looking for a seam-free look you might try “crossing over” to our Elomi brand which offers several smoothing options going up to larger cup sizes.
Elomi is UK-sized (please see our reference chart): Take a peek at Elomi 3911
which goes up to a UK GG (equivalent to a US J-cup) or try our fabulous new spacer fabric Hermione which goes to a 40HH cup UK (40L US).
Vicki from Tx
All brands fit differently so it’s important to be flexible about your size, as it will vary according to manufacturer and style.
This style offers a wonderful minimizing effect. Happily, it goes to an H-cup so it’s very easy to go up a cup size or two as needed (never be afraid to go up in the cup).
We use restricted stretch straps on our bras for ease of movement. Very often straps can feel uncomfortable if they are bearing too much of the weight of the breasts. If you’re in the correct size, the actual support of the breast tissue is provided by the body of the bra (the cups and band) –as opposed to the straps. In other words, if you feel the weight of the breasts dragging on the straps it’s an indication that the size is not correct. You might try going up in the cup and down in the band…
Peggy from CT