Goddess Response: Sometimes if your cup is not properly filled out, a more defined shape will be created. When you are putting on this style, be sure to reach under the arms and completely “swoop and scoop” your breast tissue into the cup for a more rounded shape.
Elizabeth from Chesapeake
Goddess Response: We are sorry to hear that. This sounds as if it may be a quality control issue, and we will forward this information to the appropriate party as soon as possible. Thank you for bringing this to our attention!
Seneca from Laurel, MD
Goddess Response: If you feel that this style is giving a more defined look than you hoped for, you may need to fully “swoop and scoop” yourself in to the cups. Be sure to reach under your arms and bring all breast tissue in front of the wire. This should help give a more rounded shape by filling out your cups. Also, if Adelaide felt to snug, you can order up a band size (and down a cup size). Then you would need to fasten the top rows of hook an eyes on the tightest space, while leaving the bottom rows fastened on the loosest space.
Goddess Response: If you feel that this style isn’t giving you the smooth silhouette you desire, then we suggest going up in the band and down in the cup to a 38H. To ensure that the band is not creating bulge but is still firm enough to support, you can start the 38 band on one of the center rows of hooks.
Jharr from USA
Goddess Response: It is important to note that while Freya utilizes the UK sizing system, Goddess bras use American sizing. Please reference the HerRoom Universal Cup Sizing System on the Bra Cup Fitting Guide to ensure you are ordering the correct size. In this case, ordering up one size in both band and cup (40DDD) should give you the best fit.
dcvet from Washington DC
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.
marsha from louisville, ky
Goddess Response: If you experienced this style running small in the cup, we recommend ordering one cup size larger. A 38G should give you more cup depth and a more supportive fit.
Taylor from United States
Goddess Response: If you found the Adelaide cups to be too small in your typical size, we recommend ordering a cup size larger and keeping the same band size. A 38DDD should give you a much better fit!
wlw from Washington DC
Goddess Response: Goddess bras are designed to provide a custom fit. When you go down in the band it is important to go up in the cup. It seems you definitely need a smaller band size with a fuller cup, we recommend trying a 36G. Don’t be afraid to go up in the cup and this bra goes up to a L cup which gives you plenty of wiggle room to find your perfect fit.
Jen from Michigan, USA
HerRoom Response: We suggest going down a cup size if this was too big for you.
Judilyn from CA
Goddess Response: We’re sorry to hear that this bra did not work for you. It sounds like you could go up a cup in this bra if you had top spillage (32H). Scooping properly into each of your bras will help you to fill out the cups. Here are some tips on how to properly Put on a Bra. This particular longline is a more defined look. However, always remember to try on a shirt with all your new bras to judge your new silhouette.
Amanda from Ithaca
Goddess Response: We suggest going up a band and keeping your same cup size (ie:38J). Often times in longlines you want to go up a band especially if you have a fuller center.
Iesha from San Francisco
Goddess Response: We have been finding that this basque fits pretty true to size. We suggest checking out HerRoom's Bra Fitting Center to find your perfect size in this bra.
Sarah from Alexandra VA
Goddess Response: You are correct, the cup did stay the same size. When you go down in the band and up in the cup that is equivalent to the same cup size. If you need more cup we suggest going up one more cup size (ie: if you are a 36G, we suggest trying a 34I).
Lynn from Louisville, Kentucky