- Underwire length:
- Runs too high under the arm, it pokes
- Top of the cup:
- Wrinkles, can't quite fill it
- Cups separation:
- Too separate for my boobs
- Cup's width:
- There is empty fabric on the sides (Cup too wide)
- Center gore comfort:
- Underwires dig into sternum, because they are too high
- Strap separation:
- Are too far apart
- Straps adjustment:
- Straps don't adjust long enough
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I bought the Juna to try because it received rave reviews from those with shallow breasts, which I think mine are. Unfortunately, the Juna in this size didn't fit very well at all.
On the positive side, the fabric of the Juna is nice and doesn't irritate my skin, and the padding and vertical seams gave me a good shape and lift underneath clothes. The band felt comfortable and didn't dig in.
The downside for me is that the tops of the cups gap like crazy, especially on my smaller side and near the center gore. The cups and the straps go too wide toward the top so that the cups and straps dig into my arms when they are at my side.
The most unfortunate problem for me was that the underwire came up too high in the center; it dug into my sternum quite painfully, and since I don't have a lot of fullness or volume in the center of my breasts, there was significant gaping at the center gore. The gore is also too wide for my closer-set breasts. I'd recommend looking at the cup separation measurements listed on Bratabase for the Juna and measure the distance between breasts on yourself to see if it will work for you.
I really wanted to like this bra because I desperately need a t-shirt bra, but it just didn't work with my shape.
Updated on May 16, 2013 Flag this
On Apr 2013
She hasn't added any bras that fit her correctly.