It’s difficult to comment, as I don’t know what brands you’ve been wearing, and therefore to what other products you’re comparing the cup size. As you know every brand fits differently (just like jeans). Even within a brand certain styles can vary in fit depending on fabrication, stitching etc. Happily Goddess 6080 is available to a K cup which means you can adjust the cup size according to your needs. If you have “spillage” over the top go up a cup size, or even two cup sizes.
Najala from GA
You might want to try Keira style 6090. The fabrication is sleek satin simplex, which sometimes gives a smoother look under clothing than all-over lace…
Sometimes, if one has a short upper torso, it’s just more comfortable to wear a soft-cup bra. Goddess offers Alice 6040
ultra supportive, and no under-wires poking anywhere!
D from Milwaukee, WI
Pros - center isn't super-high, sides hold in breast tissue for what seems to be a good shape if you fit the cups.
Cons - typical scratchy bra lace for the whole bra. It might soften up after repeated washings, but I really didn't like it. Also, underwires get wider *and* taller in larger sizes, so watch out for armpit poking in the biggest cups if you're not super-tall. (I'm 5'8" and had some issues.)
Any bra would be extremely uncomfortable in the wrong size! It sounds as if you prefers an under-wire bra, since you chose Goddess 6080. I would recommend you “cross over” to our Elomi brand and try Caitlyn 8030
which now goes to a JJ-cup in UK sizing. Our customers love this bra! It’s very supportive, luxurious, and feminine. The fabrication is a sleek, smooth satin simplex, not scratchy and so comfy!
Alice from Sarasota FL