This T-back front-closure bra would be perfect for someone with splayed breasts or has lots of outer fullness and not much center fullness and/or has a wide sternum.
On me, it spreads everything East & West and flattens me out, similar to when I'm laying down (of course, not to that extreme, but you get the idea). Everything else fits acceptably, albeit far from perfect. It's certainly not the look I prefer.
The wires are wide on me and the cups are shallow. But the gore is low enough that its' wide width doesn't interfere with my breasts and sits comfortably on my sternum. ... The cups are tall on my short torso, making the sides of the cups right on the verge of painfully rubbing on my armpits. Also, the wires sit ever so slightly on my ribs instead of tucked into my IMF.
I normally don't wear front closures, for the very reason there are no adjustments possible in the band. But I have been dealing with constant pain in my dominant arm from Chronic Tendonitis for almost a year already. And putting on a regular bra (regardless of method) has only made my problem worse, by continually causing small tears at the injury, so that it hasn't had a chance to heal. So hopefully this front-closure bra will be serviceable long enough that will allow my arm to heal and I won't need a front closure for too long. In retrospect, I should have switched over to this type a long time ago.
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"LLF" ( Beige) colorway
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