I used to wear a 46 D bra, the cup was making a fold across the middle. So I figured I needed a C, I had recently lost 26 pounds. It's almost impossible to buy 46 in the stores. I went through my intimate wear drawer and threw the 46 D bras in the trash. I couldn't hardly wait to get the 46 C from your company. I was really, disappointed when I tried one on and it folded in the same place and exact same amout as the D cup, that I threw away. And I was even more disappointed when it cost me $8.90 to send them back. I went to Wal-Mart and purchased a 46 C, it fits, around and cup well, but has no support. However I refuse to keep paying almost $9.00 to try on a bra. I would have purchase at the least 2 more had they fit properly. Sincerely,
HerRoom Response: An interesting post. When you lose that much weight, you really should look at going down in your band size - not just your cup size. Try a 44 or 42 band size. Also, when you go down a band size, you need to go up a cup size to maintain cup volume. IF you feel your breasts did not lose volume, you should go from a 46C to a 44D or a 42DD and see if these don't fit you better.
We are sorry the Playtex bra 120 did not work for you. Playtex offers a line called 18 Hour that offers support styles and has several styles in size 46C.
Barbara from Boonville, IN USA
Petite (5'3" and under)