Bra fitting help » Please halp, 32F Gossards, whats wrong?
Gossard » Superboost Lace Plunge Bra (7711) » 32F 32:7
I think i need 1 cup more size and depper cup than this or narrower underwire
The bra wrinkles underneath despite the overall impression that it fits. I have such an effect in many models. What could be wrong?
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The cups are too small, by at least two cup sizes I'd guess. You're not getting enough coverage. In bras with this seam arrangement, typically in the right fit your nipples would be roughly lining up with where the diagonal seam meets the vertical seam.
Wires sitting too low can happen for a number of reasons, but most of them involve the cups being too shallow overall (too small usually also means too shallow) or not having enough room at the bottom of the cups (eg you have more lower fullness than the bra is designed for).
Updated on April 3, 2021 Flag this
First of all have you tried wearing the bra up high? When you go to put on the bra, slip the straps on but the holding the underwires push them under your breast tissue then slide your hands along the band to the back and clasp shut. Stand up straight and tighten straps if needed. There is a chance you are wearing your bras too low on your torso. Also, if you are comfortable in this bra and it is giving you support there is no reason not to wear it until you find something better. I do think half cup and balconette bras would be more comfortable for your frame. I cant really see the side of your torso too well and cant really decide if this bra is too wide for you or not, though from what i can see i would not suggest going any wider. I agree with the other commentor that this bra is too small for you in the cup size, but i agree with you that getting one in a bigger cup size would just give you a wire that is too wide/big for your needs. I do think that you will like Ewa Michalak bras (and she is based in poland) and you should probably try atleast a 32FF. Gossard bras dont really work very well for women who have a narrow frame and close set breasts. I think Freya brand is also a good choice for you. They have a "plunge", half cup, and molded style bra. And all of their different "models" fit into one of these styles. I think they all should fit you fine, though with the molded version you may feel a bit squished in it and the cups might be too tall. I would recommend trying a 30F, 30FF, and 32F in Freya. Their bands run big and cups run big as well; so it is best to try a range of sizes. You will probably also like Mimi Holliday, they have the best padded plunge bras i have ever encountered.
Updated on April 7, 2021 Flag this