Bra fitting help » Help! Beautiful bra, but problematic shape of the bust
Ava » Crystal Soft (1396) » 75F 34:6
At first, the fit of this bra seemed good to me, but after a while of wearing it, the material under the bust started to wrinkle and the bust took the shape of a duckbill. I think the size of the cup is appropriate, if I took the smaller one it would be too small. The circuit fits me perfectly, it is comfortable. sternum slightly too high and a bit stuck, but bearable I believe that my frequent problem with bras (cup puckering at the bottom) may be due to the shape of the breasts: little tissue below the nipple, triangular shape, fuller breasts on top, quite protruding to the front, tall root. What do you think about it? It's a pity, because I liked this bra so much But I will return it, because I don't like its visual effect.
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What a beautiful bra! I'm sorry it isn't staying in place for you. It seems like it might be a bit of a shape mismatch. It seems like your breasts are looking for more projection at the wire than they are getting. So, while you're able to get the wire into your IMF when you first put it on, soon your breasts are pushing it down further onto your ribs. I wish I had better recommendations of something to try, but we are somewhat opposite shapes aside from being projected.
Updated on April 17, 2021 Flag this
If your breasts are full on top, then full cups are recommended for ideal fit. Of course, that doesn't help you when you have a square or v-necked top. My breasts are also full on top, and my best fit right now is actually a plunge by Ewa Michalak, an indie Polish bra maker. I'm told that Polish bras tend to be more projected, which you might need.
I'm also wondering if your band size is correct. The kind of pinching I see on the side of your cup happens when the cup is too small, but if you go up a cup size, you may need to go down in the band as well? To check, do a backward band test. Basically, you put the bra on backwards (so, cups are at the back) and then put two fingers under the band between your breasts and see how far you can pull it out. More than an inch and the band is too big. If you can't fit two fingers under, then the band is too small.
Updated on April 29, 2021 Flag this