Gossard Response: This style was designed for comfort. The light gauge material was used for extra comfort. The gauge is light, allowing the wire to fit around the breast of the garment on the body.
R from Portland, Or
Gossard Response: This style was designed for comfort. The wires are slightly wide and the material is a light gauge to give the extra comfort.
Martha from Boston
Gossard Response: Depending on the styling that you usually wear, you may be expecting the garment to give the same kind of support as a padded bra. This style was designed for comfort. This wire is slightly wide and the material is a light gauge to give the extra comfort.
Niki from Ohio
Gossard Response: As the Glossies cup is very light and has a little more give in the mold, a fuller bust size may well be able to fill a smaller size than they normally wear. However, with this, some customers may find that the wires are then too small. Depending on your awareness with your body and how a bra should fit will make the difference.
Dana from 12015
Gossard Response: We have never heard anyone mention that the Glossies Sheer Bra needed a taller center front panel. If the cups were a little saggy, I would advise going down a cup size. However, we do not offer anything smaller than an A cup. Perhaps a size 34A would give you a more snug fit and help eliminate the sag in the cups.
Charlie from Alaska
Gossard Response: This is a very unusual comment and opposite of any feedback that we normally receive about our Glossies Sheer Bra. Perhaps going up one band size and down one cup size would be a better fit for your build.
No name from Seattle