In my opinion, this is not a bra. This is merely a modesty covering. I was interested in this brand as they say they have adjustable band sizes. That is about the only nice thing I can say about this bra.
This bra has zero immediate projection. Placing the band under my breasts and tightening it to my band size makes the cups only cover me slightly over the nipple. The bra squishes my breasts together and up, cutting them in half. Shirokuma in picture #5 is illustrating the size of the “cup” on this bra. The “cups” are more flat panels than actually being breast shaped.
The band ...rides up even though I can technically tighten it enough. There is Velcro that extends onto the front half of the bra, allowing you to tighten it quite a bit. However, since there is only one S like piece of metal for the band to go through in the back, tightening it that much causes the fabric to bunch up in the upper portion of the S. This is unstable.
This bra was clearly designed by people who don’t actually understand how breasts work. There is zero support in this bra. Even as tight as it is on me, jumping up and down I get as much motion as I would naked. I would not advise buying this brand. They advertise easy returns, but the return has to be looked at by their customer service manually and authorized before you can return it. Read more 142 more words
My daughter got this bra from her Girls On The Run coach; it's a girls running/self-esteem sorta club that is pretty popular in the elementary schools around here. I was pleasantly surprised when she brought this home and I TOTALLY forgot I could add the data here! She doesn't want me to take pictures of the bra itself; she says it's" creepy," so I'm respecting her wishes. (She's almost 11. I guess all of us here are creeps, then lol) I'll just describe it here and hope that helps! The model she got is a light tealish color with a darker lining inside. It came with removable padded cups that ...you can slide inside the extra fabric on the inside of the "cups," sort of like cookies. There isn't a clasp; it zips in the front where the gore would be. The back straps are in the racerback style. The material is soft and very stretchy. (The band stretched easily up to 36 inches) There is no underwire at all and no "cups" per se; it's more of a tighter fitting, bra-sized crop top I guess? I have no idea how well a larger size would fit someone who has a larger bust; I feel like it wouldn't be supportive enough, personally. This works really well for my daughter, however! Read more 109 more words