HerRoom Response: We notice that you state you re petite in height. Unfortunately, bodysuits on the market simply do not accommodate a short stature.
TC Fine Shapewear Response:It is always difficult to comment on how a particular bra fits, as everyone’s needs vary. That said, our guess would be one of three scenarios. First, depending on either the hip size (perhaps proportionately too wide, thus stretching the garment too much horizontally, thus shortening the stride = the bra being pulled down, or, while the wearer is 5’3, she may have a long stride, again pulling the bra down. Or thirdly, the bra simply does not fit, even though the size may be generally correct. In any one piece garment, there are four proportions that must “work together.” The bra (most critical as it determines whether the remainder works), the stride, the waist, and the hips. If any of the four is not proportionate to the other three, then the garment doesn’t work.
Leah from Washington, USA
TC Fine Response: The slip is really an “all in one” disguised as a slip. In other words, because it has a panty inside, it has all of the fit characteristics of an all in one and all of the limitations. The four proportions that must work together are the bra size, stride, hip, and waist. If the bra doesn’t fit, then the remainder of the garment won’t either. Any molded bra, regardless of the maker, has a limited fit in as much as it is a rigid cup, with no stretch. As opposed to a seamed, unlined cup, there is almost no adjustment allowed.
KB from Tucson, AZ