Royce Response: Sports bras do need to fit snug but if you feel you are not getting enough support from the 32DD that you purchased we suggest to go down a back size to the 30 & up a cup to the E cup to get better support.
Foodie2400 from Irvine, CA
Sports bras should be worn firmly around the ribcage to give the best support while exercising, however if you find it too tight, go up to a 36 band. If you were spilling over the cups then the cup size was too small, so you will need to to up a cup size. Try a 36GG for a good fit.
SY from Seattle
You didn’t say if it was too big in the cup or around the body. If it was too big in the cup, keep the band size the same but go down a cup size to 38G. If it was too big around the band only, go down to a 36 but go up a cup to keep the cup fitting the same 36H.
Taylor from Frederick, MD
It sounds like you may need a smaller size. Be sure to make sure it fits firmly around your rib cage and ensure to tighten your straps. To achieve the best support from this bra the neckline needs to be worn high up to prevent bounce.
Lisa from New York, NY
The fabric of a bra can often effect the size and fit of the bra. For example a stronger fabric will have less give and may feel too small or tight and a softer fabric will have the opposite effect. This may have been the issue here but it is also important to keep in mind that British sizes do vary from US sizes.
Pat from Ga