HerRoom Response: We are sorry to hear that this bra did not work for you. We suggest checking out our Bra Fitting Center to find your perfect size in this bra.
Mabel from Benton
HerRoom Response: The weight of your bra should be held by your band. If your band is too loose, the weight of your tissue is being held by your straps, which causes the digging and discomfort of your straps. We suggest checking out our Bra Fitting Center to find your perfect size in this bra.
Elaine from Charlotte, NC
Chantelle Response: Hi Marta! Thank you for taking the time to leave us feedback. We're sorry that you experienced digging from the underwire. Have you considered trying a different cup size? You shouldn't feel the underwire from any bra that fits properly, so it might be possible that you need to increase the cup size to ensure that the bra's underwire placement is fully containing your breast tissue, so that poking doesn't occurs. We hope this helps!
Marta from Murrieta, California
Chantelle Response: Hi Mary, when the back of a bra is riding up, this tends to mean that the band is too big. Our hook closures increase in height as our cup sizes do. By ordering this style in a smaller band and larger cup you may be able to solve both problems! A smaller band will give you more security and support through the back ensuring the bra stays put and provides plenty of uplift. If you feel that the cup fits properly, you may want to try ordering a 42DD or a 40DDD going forward. This will give you that more firm band while keeping the cup fit the same.
Mary Jo from MI