You mention ‘a lot of spilling out everywhere’ –this is a sure sign of the bra being too small for you, and more often than not it’s the cups that are too small. The good news is that the Goddess Rose Banded Underwire Bra 6080 is available to a J-cup, so there are many more cup sizes to choose from. You might also want to try our Goddess Alice Bra 6041. It's a gorgeous all-over lace number available to an L-cup. Or try our Goddess Keira Bra 6090, silky satin simplex with a sexy sheer top cup, and available to an N-cup!
Please refer to Tomima’s 3 Steps to a Fabulous Fit to help find the perfect size for you.
B from alaska
We love the fit of this bra too, and wish it could be more comfortable for you! As you know every style fits slightly differently, and the wires in varying styles will sit on your chest wall in a slightly different place. Sometimes its just good old fashioned trial-and-error and experimenting with different styles to see what works for you! It might be that you’re not adjusting your breast tissue into the cups properly: It’s so important to "swoop and scoop" the breast tissue into the cups from the back to the front. Make sure the under-wire is surrounding all of the breast tissue, and resting behind the breast tissue on bone. This will make all the difference in how a bra fits and most importantly how it feels! Please refer to Tomima’s 3 Steps to a Fabulous Fit
to guide you.
Lisa from Madidon, NJ
Goddess offers so many styles with lots of cup and band sizes to choose from. The style you selected, Rose 6080 is available in cup sizes to a K, and band sizes to a 46. You can go up in cup and band as much as you need for that “custom” fit.
Mica from Detroit, Michigan
Very often it’s the size, not the style which makes a bra uncomfortable. It’s so important that you’re in the correct size! If the cup is too small, the wire could be pressing on your breast tissue (so uncomfortable!) Also how you put your bra on can make all the difference in how it fits, and most importantly how it feels! Make sure you “swoop and scoop” all of your breast tissue forward from the back to the front into the cup. The under-wire should sit behind the breast tissue on your rib cage. Please refer to “Tomima’s 3 Steps to a Fabulous Fit”
to help you.
Cheri from CT
If your band is riding up in the back, it’s a sure sign that the band is too big.
Perhaps try a 38H next time for that perfect “custom fit”.
You mention that the under-wire is ‘a little annoying at times’: I just want to remind you to adjust your breast tissue into the cups properly for best support and most of all for comfort. Make sure all of the breast tissue is in the cups, and the under-wire is behind the breast tissue, on bone.
Do refer to Tomima’s 3 Steps to a Fabulous Fit
A. from Dover, DE 19901