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Royce Charlotte Wireless Support Bra 821 Reviews

Charlotte Wireless Support Bra
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rating Size: 28G

The cups fit me very strangely. If your nipples aren't exactly centered the cups will be too loose in the middle and too tight everywhere else. I also found the seams to be very irritating. I wish I could return, but it was final sale. Mary from New Brunswick, NJ
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: September, 2012
rating Size: 40K

Let me start off by saying, I was fitted recently and was told my size is a 40k. Well with this bra I had too much hanging out from the sides, will send it back and try a different style. ronnie from washington. dc
  • Height: Tall (5'9" and over)
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: September, 2012
rating Size: 32G

I bought this bra because I was looking for something simple and comfortable to wear around the house for relaxing and housework. This is the first soft-cup bra I've even tried on since my training bra days. While it's definitely not something I'd wear to work or to go out (not the kind of shape I'm looking for - I'm used to a more rounded, up-lifted shape), I give it 4 stars because it is supportive, comfortable, and it definitely seems like it will serve my needs for around the house. Leigh Anne from Reading/PA
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: August, 2012
rating Size: 40K

Wonderful! Comfy straps, secure hold. Tiffany from Ft. Washington, MD USA
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: August, 2012
rating Size: 34G

The bra does fit. First time I've ever had that. It just lacks all support. The first time I wore it, I got a blister from the straps. Loosening them makes my breast sag. And the band leaves a mark on my chest, but I've tried bigger bands and know they don't fit me. I'm very disappointed.

Royce Response: Hi Kathryn, We are most concerned that the bra straps have given you blisters, where did this occur? We use soft but strong strapping & have not had this happen before. The straps are shortened in packing & do need to be adjusted when you first put the bra on, they need to be adjusted securely to give you support but be comfortable too. The underband on a non-wired bra is very important as it gives 80% of the support so it needs to firm, if you are finding it feels a bit snug loosen off the hook & eye to be more comfortable. Good to hear that you have finally found a bra that fits you & with these minor alterations you will get the support. Kathryn from Minnesota, USA

  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: July, 2012
rating Size: 28H

Great at home/sports bra K
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 60s
  • Posted: July, 2012
rating Size: 36H

No support, uncomfortable.

Royce Response: It's hard to advise you since you don’t mention why the bra was uncomfortable. If the bra wasn’t the correct size it will be uncomfortable and not have enough support for you. It is so important to make sure the bra is the correct size for you. Please see Tomima’s 3 Steps to a Fabulous Fit for more help on fit. Kay from Port Orchard WA USA

  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 60s
  • Posted: June, 2012
rating Size: 32E

Very Supportive Kaytee35 from Pennsylvania
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: May, 2012
rating Size: 32E

The cup size and shape are perfect in the 32E. I found the band length a little short compared to other bands. If I were to re-order I would try a 34. Great no wire support. Nancy from Florida
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 50s
  • Posted: May, 2012
rating Size: 36E

Perfect casual bra! Great fit and comfort! Christie from Oakwood, GA, USA
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 60s
  • Posted: May, 2012
rating Size: 34G

Support from the seams and panels adds up to comfort. Go wireless! Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Posted: April, 2012
rating Size: 34F

I'm not sure if it was a sizing issue or not, but the cups fit me very strangely. They were slightly too small and the lift was nonexistent. I returned it. I've had other wire-free bras that fit me much better.

Royce Response: Hi Megan, The fabric of a bra can often effect the size and fit of the bra. For example a stronger fabric will have less give and may feel too small or tight and a softer fabric will have the opposite effect. This may have been the issue here but it is also important to keep in mind that British sizes do vary from US sizes. Megan from NYC

  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: January, 2012
rating Size: 40K

This is the best fitting bra that I have ever had and very pretty. Mrs. P from Wappapello, MO
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 50s
  • Posted: January, 2012
rating Size: 32HH

Very nice to find a bra that fits. The bras are nice looking. Usually you compromise pretty with not so pretty, when you need a good fit, for a small framed but unfortunately heavy chested! The only thing I notice about the bra that is uncomfortable at first, is that it comes very close to your armpits, which causes me to stand up straighter and pull my shoulders back! Probably a good thing? I have used figurette most my life, very expensive, not so pretty, but would hold my size without wires, which are not good for you breast tissues! I'm thankful for this new place I've found here, the 32J fits me a little better, but the 32HH not much difference. Love them both! Thanks again, will buy more soon! Deborah from Portland, OR
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 50s
  • Posted: July, 2011
rating Size: 30G

Do not like this bra at all. The shape of the bra cup is very narrow. When I tried it on, it had my boobs pointing downwards. Also, it had my boobs squished/jammed together rather than slightly apart. I am returning it.

Royce Response: We’re sorry that you’re not happy with our Charlotte bra. The fit of a non-wired bra can be very different from a wired bra and wirefree bras can look and feel very different when worn. Sometimes it is worth trying a cup size bigger in non-wired styles or perhaps getting fitted first before ordering. Of course, all our styles vary slightly in size and fit (due to fabrics etc), so another Royce style may suit you perfectly. Also don’t forget that Royce bras are UK sizes, not US so you will need to convert and order your correct UK size. S from Florida

  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: June, 2011
rating Size: 34H

Love the bras. I am using them as sleep bras and they are quite comfortable for that purpose. Joycene from United States
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 60s
  • Posted: June, 2011
rating Size: 30F

The bra's measurements did not measure up to my size. I believe that European measurements are smaller than American measurements. I had to return the bra; still waiting for my refund. TashaJuanna from Claymont, Delaware, USA
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: May, 2011
rating Size: 40G

Good support. The fabric is not cotton, so after six hours it does itch. L from Seattle
  • Height: Tall (5'9" and over)
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: May, 2011
rating Size: 32JJ

Very very comfortable. Although for this particular brand I probably should have gotten a 32K or 34K. But I am extremely satisfied. After you reach a certain size, comfortable bras that give adequate support are hard to find and very expensive. I have recommended it to my daughters. Please don't ever go out of business!!!!! I will miss your bras. Violet from St. Croix, US Virgin Islands
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: March, 2011
rating Size: 34JJ

Love the bra except for the straps that are too long to give me a proper lift. I will probably have to cut them and re-sew. Prefer underwire but wanted to give this product a try, would buy again if they shorten the bra straps. Pat from Danielson, CT, USA
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 60s
  • Posted: March, 2011
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