Bra fitting help » Overflowing cup
Gaia » Adeline Semi Soft (BS0547) » 80G 36:7
Trying a different style in larger cup and band
MamaPagan okay the wings feel a bit too low but I do like how much smaller I look from the side. I’m more used to the wires coming up higher. I feel like the back could be more secure, with just two hooks it feels too thin and I’m on the first hook. It’s smooth and the fabric is very soft, not itchy. I like the lightly molded cups and that the lace extends up because as you see I often overflow on my left side and my right is too small. I think that ultimately will need a cutlet. I doubt the gore will ever lie flat but sometimes that can be a bother. It doesn’t feel like it will be though. But maybe just a tiny bit more separation. I waited two weeks and I was so hopeful this would be the end of my search
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Please get a close up of the label so I can look up the model and offer specific sizing suggestions. Please also remeasure the cup width. Do this by laying the bra flat and measure one cup from wire tip to tip straight across. The measurement should be around 6 inches considering the brand and size.
Just looking at the pictures, measurements, and comparing to your other fit request, I would say this bra is one or two sizes too small in the cup. It may also be about one band size too small considering your measurements and perhaps some strain on the hooks in your pics. Taking that into consideration I would suggest an 85I or J. I recommend you get both sizes if you can in order to try multiple sizes and choose the best size. In a fitting bra the gore will be closer to tacking. The nice thing about sizing up in Polish brands is the scaling is not as severe as in US/UK brands, so the wires will stay pretty narrow and not get tall too quickly. In my Comexims I'm pretty sure they use the same wire in multiple sister sizes for instance, which cuts down on wire width and height pain.
Updated on November 10, 2017 Flag this