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I normally wear a 30G in most bras. When I was shopping for a Panache Sports bra, I was recommended 30FF because the cups run roomy. In my experience, this is not the case for the 30FF - Panache Sport » Non Wired Sports Bra (7341) .

I had a lot of fit issues with this bra that people had difficulty helping me to diagnose. The first issue was that the gore was not separating me well and my larger side was especially overflowing (or pushing behind the gore, which is effectively just a piece of soft foam in this bra). Secondly, there was considerable wrinkling at the bottom of the cups where I couldn't fill it out and the band felt a little too snug. When I took the bra off, the wrinkles were still showing in the foam. I called the retailer I bought it from and they suggested that going up a cup and/or band would not help.

I could not figure out if it was a shape mismatch or just too small. I went up a cup to my normal size (30G) and that was a better fit.

I have since determined that the cup wrinkling wasn't so much a shape issue as the fact that I'm short/high-set and had to pull the bra up into my IMF better. Since the band is tighter than usual for a 30, it stays up well once it's in place. The rest was the too-small cup.

I'll leave a full review on the 30G model.

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Updated on Apr 30, 2015 Flag this

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