Bra fitting help » Wrinkles??
Panache » Jasmine Balconnet Bra (6951) » 28H 28:11
The bottom of the cup looks strange. You can see some wrinkles in that star in the center.
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I have had a similar issue with bras wrinkling at the bottom, but then my bust still spilling out over the top. I believe this is due to the bra not being projected enough. The advice I've been given is to try Ewa Michalak bras, or other Polish brands generally, as they are much more projected. (Still testing this theory out, as yet to find a perfect fit in an Ewa bra, but the projection issue seems to be solved at least.)
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Wrinkles in the middle / underside of the cups can be caused by a couple things, and are not necessarily problematic.
a) Band too tight (pulls the band & cups outwards, making the fabric strain)
b) Not enough projection (can be center projection / too little space for inner fullness in the middle, or immediate projection with too little 'forward' space for how much your bust projects)
c) General incompatibility with shape (in general no pair of breasts fits an off-the-rack bra *perfectly*, so there's bound to be some excess fabric or straining somewhere)
From this list, a) can be solved by sister-sizing up in the band, b) can be solved by a different, more projected bra style - or in some cases, sizing up in the cups.
And option c) is not really an issue: as long as there's no discomfort!
As for this specific bra on you, going from these photos I'm leaning towards a) band too tight?
Because the stretchy upper cup area seems a bit 'under-filled' (at least in the frontal picture), I feel the cups might be pulled outwards too much, claiming some cup volume where there's no breast tissue?
So visually (I can't say how it feels on you), I'd suggest a 30GG (sister size) or 30G (one band up, one volume down) could work better!
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