The bra specialist is absolutely right: You should always adjust your breast tissue into the cups (please refer to Tomima’s 3 Steps to a Fabulous Fit).
This is the first time I’ve heard of the top cup shredding, how unusual…
Susan from Houston TX
Any bra, no matter how many wonderful features it has won’t be comfortable if it’s the wrong size. (Please refer to Tomima’s 3 Steps to a Fabulous Fit for help in determining your correct size).
Diane from Austin, TX, USA
6093 is a wonderfully supportive bra if you’re in the correct size. I would recommend going down in the band and up in the cup several sizes for more lift and support.
Janet from MI
Goddess bras are designed to give you a very specific custom fit. In order to accomplish this our bands have a bit more “guts” (they’re firmer) than some of the other brands, and we use non-stretch cups. These features work together to give you the ultimate in lift and support. You might end up being a different size than in other brands, that’s why it’s so important to be flexible about your size, as all brands do not fit the same.
If the band felt too tight, just go up a band size to a 50B (this style goes up to a 56- band!) Be sure to “swoop and scoop” all of your breast tissue forward into the cups for that perfect fit. Instead of the breast tissue sitting under the band at the sides, you’ll find you’re filling the cup instead. Your silhouette will look longer, leaner and more defined.
Amanda from MICHIGAN
If you have a “short upper torso”, we would ordinarily recommend a soft cup bra as very often under-wires dig into the soft flesh under the arm. In fact I’d probably have suggested this very bra to you myself.
It might be that you’re wearing the band too high around the torso, which could be bringing the side bones way up into the armpit. It’s important to make sure the band is snug enough to stay parallel to the floor, straight across the body.
It could simply be that you need to go down in the band and up in the cup to stabilize the band and keep it from riding up. We use side boning in our soft cup bras to help anchor and support the breasts, and also to keep the band from rolling into a thin strip which can dig, and would be horribly uncomfortable.
ML from Folkston GA
I would suggest you try a bra with a bit more coverage and support –perhaps Alice style 6040 or Jayne style 6002. These bras are built for extreme support and comfort!
crystal from ewing