HerRoom Response: You state that you are tall. It sounds like the width of the cups is not wide enough for your breasts so poking you. I think you would benefit from a larger cup size.
Candice from Los Angeles, CA
Center underwires hit SUPER high for a balconnet, and the band is somewhat tightly sized compared to Panache Harmony (3251). Fabric is soft, but I'd recommend the Panache 3251 and 4031 over this in a heartbeat.
Alice from Sarasota FL
HerRoom Response: Usually a poking under your arms means the cup size needs to go up so that the wire is back farther under your arm and grabbing all your breast tissue.
Panache Response: It sounds like the customer needs to try a different size in this style
Margie from Orange County, CA
HerRoom Response: Your description sounds like the cup size is too small. You may want to go up a size. Also, Chantelle names their cup sizes differently. You might not have converted the cup size between brands correctly. Please refer to our brand cup size comparison chart.
Panache Response: "We highly suggest going up a cup to an E or F. Chantelle and Lejaby tend to run differently from Panache, so the best bet here is to just go up a cup and most of the issues you describe should work themselves out."
Ayan from Atlanta, GA
The rounded look isnt always guaranteed since its not a moulded bra and a lot of it depends on the shape of the customer's bust.
Lee from Irwinton, GA
HerRoom Response: A larger cup size would probably solve the shape and seam issue.
Please note that sometimes you might need a different size in different styles even though the manufacturer is the same. Different fabrications or finishes may affect each style and its fit. I would recommend going up a cup just like the customer deducted herself and once she gets that perfect fit, she would see that seams become practically invisible. They are still seams however and there is a possibility that you might see a slight outline when wearing a really tight top.
Michelle from USA