This is just a wire-free leisure bra, intended for sleeping/lounging at home or post-surgical. The only "cup" shaping is a dart under the bust points, so the fit is not at all technical. I just wanted to comment because I saw that no one had reviewed this bra and I know a lot of women, particularly the "small band/big cup" crowd, are constantly on the lookout for a comfortable leisure bra that isn't gigantic. I'm a 30 or 32G in Freya. My breast tissue is very soft and somewhat pendulous due to a large weight loss and multiple pregnancies. So sleeping braless is not an option for me ... because I'm just too floppy. I've struggled to find something I can wear to bed because most basic cotton sports bras and simple bralettes don't accommodate larger breasts. And the plus-sized comfort bras are just too large in the band. This Glamorise, while not perfect, is pretty great. The band is snug enough to keep me contained (although I *have* to wash these bras after the second wear because they get super stretched out) and there is plenty of fabric to keep the girls inside. Support is minimal but fine for laying around. I wouldn't attempt jumping jacks in this bra, however. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";)" /> The center gore is VERY tall and the front-closure has 7 hooks and the straps are wide, so this thing peeks above most necklines. The racer back is nice for weight distribution and keeping the bra in place while you're sleeping. I have a different Glamorise leisure bra that has more conventional shoulder straps and that one leaves grooves and gives me a sore neck. And the cotton material, although is gets baggy pretty fast, is especially nice if you "run hot" or have night sweats like I do.
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