This bra, like many Playtex, is designed for "average" body height and average vertical breast distribution. Out of the box, I tightened the partially adjustable straps as much as possible just to keep the straps from slipping off. The cushioned straps are comfortable, but tall and/or petite/high set/short-waisted users will need to modify these straps.
The band is delightful and provides substantial support with its wide dimension and 3x4 fasteners. I sincerely appreciate this design element. The elastic does not bite and the fabrics are acceptably supple. These are not Comexim-quality bands, but this is a $15 bra.
Admirably, the bra's reinforced outer cup helps keep my center-full, close-set ... tissue in the front. However, the shallow cup design propels my tissue up and out of the cup. Again, this bra is designed for "average" projection and "average" horizontal distribution. Nonetheless, it is supportive, and my breasts are held close to my chest. The design is reminiscent of a sports bra. For the right breasts, this is a wonderful bra.
Sadly, this cup is too tall and cuts into my shoulder; irritating my lymph nodes. Admittedly, I am too short-waisted for this design. Sigh.
If you have "average" breast characteristics, don't hesitate to try this supportive, wireless option. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":-)" />
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