This bra feels like it has a really stretchy band, compared to some other, more expensive bras in the same size. When I tighten up the bra position, using a racerback converter, then it fits. I could not get a rixie clip onto the band, but I'm going to try again. The cups have a flexible fabric that is soft, so for an all-one-piece cup, the shaping is not too aggressive.
Is there a name for this specific bra shape/style? Whatever it is, it's one of 2 styles that seems to fit my shape without squeezing, pinching, gaping, quadding, or smooshing. (The other is Panache Porcelain).
Aerie bras tend to have similar cuts, with minor differences for styling/shaping. In general, they seem to have wide, shallow cups, tall sides, and long underwires. Whatever this "model" is called...I LOVE it!
While the Sunnie Demi Coverage bra isn't particularly exciting to look at, it wears beautifully under everything, and it's a perfect "go-to", everyday bra. It's extremely soft, lightweight, and comfortable. It's sturdy, too, and the price can't be beat.
This is a really comfortable, basic bra. I wish it fit and wouldn't mind trying it in the next size up. In my opinion, the times I did wear it the band seemwto stretch out fairly quickly/not feel very supportive. Though, from the start, this band was too big for me.
I have always read comments about how comfortable the Sunnie bras are at Aerie, but unfortunately for me, Sunnie had only come in the full coverage style and full coverage has never fit my shallow breasts very well. I was so excited to see that Aerie had recently come out with some new Sunnie bras but in the demi style. I did not hesitate to make a purchase. I ordered it in solid navy and I have to say that this is the most comfortable bra I have ever owned. You don't even realize that you have it on. The straps are fully adjustable (unlike the Aerie Hannah ...bras that I own) and partially separates into 2 about 2/3 the length of the entire strap (but this does not affect adjusting the strap). It also covers all of my breast tissue. Of course, when I first tried it on, the band was really tight. I had considered exchanging it for a 32B, but decided to keep it for a while in hopes that with a couple of wears it would stretch to a comfortable fit, and it did just that. I plan to purchase a few more in different colors.
Update: After wearing this bra for a while, the band did stretch to a comfortable fit but the cup doesn't come in enough (there is a gap) to enclose my breasts. My breasts are too shallow to fit this bra. So no, I will not be purchasing more in different colors. Read more 144 more words