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Really need help finding a bra that fits

Over the past year, I’ve lost significant boob, which has made my already difficult search for a bra even more miserable. I’ve gone from a 32H/HH to a 30F. I’m super projected/pendulous with very little breast tissue. (It’s mostly just hanging skin.) I’ve tried my old favorites (CK Florence and Fantasie Smoothing balcony) with zero success. With my soft tissue, in-cup quadding is horrible.

After reading some reviews, I tried a Cleo Mimi. It’s not good but not the worst fit. It’s more open on top than I need, so I’ve tightened the straps fully, and the cups aren’t really wide enough, nor the wings tall enough. I’m not sure if it’s even worth keeping.

I’m living in cheap sports bras right now and they aren’t really doing anything to help my body image issues. Do y’all know of any sports bra style bras that are more attractive?

No, I haven’t tried Polish yet. I can’t spend that much money to be just a frustrated as I am now.

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  • http://i.imgur.com/FDT6cTD.jpg

    FWIW, within minutes of taking the pics, my tissue settled more and the fit was worse, especially when I pushed the wires back into my IMF.

  • With the shape you describe, Polish is really your best (only) option. I promise you won’t be disappointed. UK bras are often just as expensive as Ewa, but a shittier fit & quality. I suggest searching our listings for 65F Ewa Michalak bras, I think especially the CH/CHP cut would work for you, & trying some secondhand at a discount. If I knew of a UK bra to recommend, I would, but you’ve already tried the ones I’d recommend.

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