HerRoom Response: You may not know this, but many manufacturers call your cup size by other letters. For instance, some manufacturers refer to a DD as an E cup, a DDD as an F cup and so on. If you need help deciphering what your cup size is, please see our size conversion chart, which lists each brand's cup sizing guidelines.
La Leche Response: We built this bra on industry 34G model and spec'ed it accordingly. We purposely did not start with small size model and grade up so we would be sure of the fit. We have not had any complaints that the bra runs big or doesn't fit. You may be wearing the wrong size bra. You don't say if its the cup or band that was too big.
Megan from Nebraska
1. the front puckers at the seems going across the nipple area. It makes it look as though I stuff my bra.
2. I'm not sure if its because its a larger size then what I'm used to my the underwires stick out under my arm pits and hurt and get in the way BIG TIME.