Aviana Response:The rounded shape of the cup is what creates the minimization. It does not reduce the amount of breast tissue – merely reshapes it. IF you pooch over the top of the bra, you need a larger cup size. In the larger size, the minimization effect will be noticeable, and you will appear less projected. Aviana bras follow US standard sizing – and may not translate to the sizes by other manufacturers. Unfortunately, the 2457 is not yet offered in I cup. I believe this is what you need to achieve the look you desire.
Vanessa from Claremore, OK
AViana Response: Yes, it sounds like you need a 34I in the 2457. It is sometimes difficult to know where to stop a size range and to determine what sizes will sell enough bras to be profitable. Aviana learns from their customers and when they tell them they need higher cups in a certain style, as you just have. They appreciate the feedback they receive from customers, and they will get to work in making more sizes! By the way - making a higher cup size isn't as easy as it may seem. It doesn't just get geometrically bigger everywhere, as it takes a great deal of work from designers to insure that the larger cup fits as it should.