I would have thought that when the Tisha Lace regular bra fit in a 32G, the wireless in 34F would be pretty similar. I try on this wireless 34F and one of my wired 32G Tishas I'd only worn once or twice before gaining weight. Which is about how much I wore this one before I gained. However, this wireless 34F bra is much more difficult to hook.
I know I gained weight and it doesn't fit, but I wanted to try to wear this bra briefly again for comparison purposes so I can buy other wireless bras. There are good reasons to have wireless bras!
Wireless is better at ...PMS time for me, for one. I can even get tender breasts at other times too. Plus if I need to go on an airplane wireless doesn't set off metal detectors. And though this is too structured of a bra for me to sleep in, even without wires, sometimes I need to sleep in a bra.
I'd think if I got bigger everywhere, the 34 should be easier than the 32 to hook, since cup volume of 32G and 34F ought to be essentially the same.
But turns out that 32G wired bra still fits better than this one, even being much easier to hook- and I know why, actually- when I lean over the wired cup keeps my boobs in place while I hook it, and this wireless lets them slip backward a bit.
And I know at the moment neither bra "fits" fits, but the funny thing is, the 32G wired one fits better.
Something about the material of this one seems cheaper than the wired one, too. Look bra companies, some of us have good reasons to look for wireless bras, even if we are busty. I don't NEED a wire every day, even if people think I "should" wear one. Do I need a wired bra to watch TV at home? Read more 210 more words
Short rooted, projected, close set, center full, slightly narrow, omega shaped, even breasts....
I adored this bra until I outgrew it. The shape is best for shallow breasts, but smooshed my projected breasts into acceptably round mounds. The foam near the bottom of the cup is firm which provides great lift. In fact, this bra supports my two-sizes-too-big projected breasts without collapsing. Impressive!! For the right breasts, this is a great bra.
The band has two layers and remains supportive despite its age and wear. Considering the support and incredible wearability of this bra, I strongly recommend it.
I was looking for a wireless, t-shirt friendly bra to see me through the last trimester of pregnancy when I bought this on sale from Le Mystere. I like the appearance of the lace, which isn't itchy at all. However, the shape it gives it really odd. The deepest molded part of the cup squashes my boobs; it looks like I have a set of rectangular boobs from the top. The cups also push me out wide enough that my arms brush the sides of my boobs, which isn't usually the case. I'm no expert on molded cup bras, so I'd guess part of my issue has to ...do with size. Pretty sure I need at least a 32FF or 30G at this point, but I couldn't return and compare due to the sale.
The band is very stretchy, and it digs in near the start of the wings.
Update: Discovered recently that a lot of my problems with bras looking rectangular has to do with how narrow my shoulders are. The straps pull the sides of the cups in and mess up the bra's shape. Because of this, I'm not sure how universal the "rectangular look" of this bra happens to be. Read more 94 more words