Kristin, at 38D your cup size is not large, so perhaps Goddess 6040 is a bit too much bra for you: I think you’d love our
. The shape is less “defined” than God6040, and the fabrication is a silky simplex …gorgeous, super supportive, and comfy!
Kristen from Willoughby Hills, OH
This bra is one of the most supportive bras on the market. Very often it’s the size, not the style which isn’t working. The most common mistake is to go up in the band when the bra doesn’t feel right, when they should actually be increasing the cup size. We see women wearing their bands too loose, and their cups too small all the time! It might well be that you need a snugger band and a bigger cup to give you the ultimate support you’re looking for. This style offers M-cups so you could go down in the band to a 34, and up in the cup as much as you need to. Please refer to Tomima’s 3 Steps to a Fabulous Fit
to help guide you.
Ann from Virginia
Jamie it’s difficult to say, as you don’t mention which Goddess bras you’ve worn in the past. Very often it’s the size and not the style that’s not working. Goddess 6040 is one of our most supportive bras, which leads me to believe you might just have ordered it in an incorrect size: It could be the cups are actually too small. You have left several negative reviews on many of our bras. I think your cup sizing is simply the issue here.
Jamie from Akron, OH
We love a bra with seams because seams support, shape, and define the breasts.
If however like many women you prefer a smooth look, try Goddess 6011, a totally seam-free bra which will give you a gorgeous natural shape under clothing.
If your band is riding up in the back, it’s a sure sign that the band is simply too big, and when the band is too big the breasts aren’t being properly supported. It’s the body of the bra which should offer most of the support, not the straps.
Please refer to Tomima’s 3 Steps to a Fabulous Fit
You might want to get a larger band like a 40 or 42K and alter the band to accommodate the cup size that you need.
JEANNETTE from MONTEBELLO, CA. USA
Nell, you’re correct, 6040 doesn’t have an under-wire, but its “sister bra” (Goddess 6041) does, and it’s the replacement for Goddess 106.
Like Goddes 106, it will give you fantastic lift and support; and like Goddess 106, it’s a full-coverage bra. And it has a much improved unique construction.
The wire finishes below the neck edge of the bra, so there’s perfect bust separation, while the higher neckline gives wonderful control, and minimizes bounce.
I promise you, if you loved Goddess 106, you’ll love Goddess 6041 even more!
HerRoom Response: Sorry to hear this. You state that you are petite in height. The sides could be too tall for you.
J from Spearfish, SD, USA