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I would love to get some advice on this bra, as I am not really sure if I totally like it or not.
It fits very well, the fabric is super comfortable and the band is the perfect size.
But... the wire is very, very wide, something you will notice on my picture from the side.
Seeing that is it a bra made for petite chests, it does work quite well for me. They don't dig into my sides.
The only problems I have are that it leaves red marks where the straps/top of the cup meets my armfat/arm. And I guess I am pretty asymetric, so one cup has a bit of gap and the other is a tiny bit overflow.

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  • I tried a similar style from Elomi, the Meredith bra. I also had the problem with too wide wires. Elomi is know for quite wide wires. Also on some styles the wires are softer and distort more easily. Meredith and Lydia are some of those styles.
    Elomi Sachi and Matilda have the more sturdy wires that don't distort as easily.

    I think the wires are too wide for you, there is a lot wrinkling on the side and empty space in the cups. Also did you make the shoulder straps very short? They look very painful. Could you wear them a bit looser without falling off? I usually adjust my straps so I can fit 2 fingers under them then they are not too tight for me.

  • I’ll try adjusting the straps, thanks! All bras I have tried (maybe 30 now) have wrinkling in the bottom of the cups and space there >.> I do not really know what to do about it, I tried some Polish bras with narrow wires but same issues.
    At least I can wear this one a whole day without problems.
    The other Elomi styles are too high in the wing, only the band less ones work but I use such a big cup size that makes the wires even wider and longer :X I have tried so many now -_-

  • Yes if a bra fits "weird" I learned that it is a good thing to adjust straps so they are not overly tightened. It can distort the fit. Also you can put on the bra with an extender. Sometimes it can show you the cup is actually too big / sometimes overly tightened straps and a tight band can disguise that a cup is too big. (I'm not sure if this is the case on your bra, I say it as a general tip. I had bras that I could not understand why they are so tall and unsupportive and the straps hurt me... then I loosened the straps I found out that the bra was too big,)

  • I think you are right - it looks like the band is pulling the wire very tight and therefore making the cup shallow. I adjusted the straps which didn’t do anything for the fit, so I think the problem is a combination of a cup size too big and a band size too small. I will try to order in 75J to see if it is only the band or also the cup (that’s 34GG I believe).

  • DeathZhade 34GG would be the sister size to the 32H you have here. Larger band but similar cup volume. If you can, try 34G too?

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Fit information

On Nov 2019

Strap separation:
Are too far apart
Bottom of the cup:
Can't quite fill it
Cups separation:
Too separate for my boobs

This bra didn't fit her, but these did