Bra fitting help » Rippling sides, wires feel little wide
Panache » Jasmine Balconnet Bra (6951) » 30G 30:9
Will order band up and cup down if reordering this bra. I do think it does work on FOB too, not just for FOT, because of the smooth and soft, very flexible lace.
Not knowing if this is a size/shape issue, or just that the bra would benefit from thicker side panels. One size smaller cup would be better? But would that be comfortable? 30G is recommended by ABraThatFits.
The wires are perfect before hooking in the band, but size 30 band pulls out the wires under my arms a bit. I would like still narrower wires, but will this always happen on size 30 bands for me? I think I have narrow and short roots. I feel size 30 is supportive and comfortable, but should I try size 32 to give the wires more space to stay in shape?
Should I keep this bra for the comfort regardless of the rippling on the sides, or should I order a band up and cup down 32F, or any other suggestions?
Bras that actually fit me the best are 65J Comexim Sonia (bit small cup), and 30FF Freya Fancies (bit wrinkling lace).
For this cost I might still venture to start ordering Ewa Michalak instead. Wondering if Sm Triumf or S Marcepanowa Magnolia might fit. What size should I order from EM?
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Wires on Panache bras are notoriously wide,( and yes, these look too wide for you) and not very projected...the wrinkles on the side and bottom of your cup are signs of a lack of depth at the wire.
To know if the band of any particular bra is too small, put the bra on backwards and upside down.
Instead of focusing on bra size, focus on bra measurements. A 30G in one Panache style may fit will another will not. No 30G Panache bra may not fit but several 30G Curvy Kate styles may. Bra "sizes" will vary from brand to brand and style to style.
Polish bras generally do have narrower wires and deeper, more projected cups.
Your measurements are similar to mine. I'm about 1/4 cup smaller than you, I think. 65J Comexim plunge is just a bit too big for me. I would start with 65GG in Ewa Michalak or 65H in Gorsenia. Both have narrow deep cups. Gorsenia is much more affordable, btw. But again, check measurements of each particular bra.
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