Freya Response: We are sorry that this suit was too low for you. We would recommend trying one cup size up to get the extra coverage for you’re looking for.
Laura from Washington, DC
Freya Response: I'm sorry this was a disappointing experience, but please note there is a clasp in the back to make putting on the suit easier.
Patricia from Detroit, MI USA
Freya Response: Hi Rosie. This Freya Active swim suit features a soft inner cup (no underwire) made from rigid simplex & power net back wings for anchorage & support - definitely constructed with support being the top priority. For a fuller breasted gal, we recommend a suit that has a built in underwire to give a less awkward look & great shaping. The Fantasie Versailles Underwire Control One Piece Swimsuit features hidden contour cups with underwire & light foam padding that have a 3 part design with vertical and transversal seams, which is a sure bet for a flattering top!
Rosie from Arlington, VA
Freya Response: Kim, it might be that you need to tweak the size a bit. Very often going down in the number (the body) of the suit, and up in the letter (the cup) of the suit will provide more stable support.
Perhaps you have a long torso, and are finding that you don’t have enough length in the suit (which sometimes can tug on the top, which in turn pulls the breasts down giving that sensation of no support). If this is the case check out our Active Swim Tankini Top AS3184
which can be paired with your choice of bottoms.
Kim from NM
Freya Response: Rebecca, we’re glad you are satisfied with your Freya suit! Thank you for your comments regarding the structure in the cups, we will take those into consideration.
Rebecca from Tampa, FL USA
The rigid simplex fabrication in the inner cup, and the power-net back wings help to ensure stable support and secure anchorage. Whether you’re competing or simply going for a leisurely swim, you’ll do it complete confidence
sally from Maine
This style is available to an H-cup so you’re sure to find your perfect size.
Rebecca from Ohio
Every brand fits differently, so it’s important to be a little flexible about your size as you probably won’t wear the same size in different brands and styles. If you’re finding the body of the suit is too roomy for you, but the cup fits, try Universal Cup Size 30D6. If the cups are too large as well, try a 30D5 or even a 30D4.
Paula from NY