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4.0 out of 5 starsCannot get the hang of this brand's fit
Reviewed in Australia on 17 August 2020
This bra is good and sturdy, but I just cannot understand the fit of this brand and keep getting too-large or too-small things. I would get this but with a return option (my order is international and it would be the same cost as the item costs to return, thus not worth it) just in case you have the same problem.
I have worn this bra for some years due to difficulty with back fasteners. If one suffers from arm or shoulder restrictions the front fastening is ideal. The cup size is true to size and the material is comfortable and supportive.
i will never buy one of this type again. Not sturdy enough.Also, the shape /style of bra would not improve in fit /support,no matter what size i ordered. A waste of money,in my opinion, because my breasts were not seperated at all.
I really struggle to find comfortable, well-fitting bras in my size which is 42I! I bought this bra once before in my size and it did not fit properly. I have chronic shoulder pain and decided to this try this again in a different size. I ordered a 40K and found it fits great! I am very happy, as this bra provides really good support for a wireless bra. The back provides great coverage and holds in/hides back fat. But most importantly, this bra provides great back support. It actually improves my posture! I'd recommend trying this bra in more than one size. I wear the same size in all Glamorise bras, but this bra isn't adjustable. There are only 2 sets of hooks in the front. So, I recommend going up a cup size and down a band size to get the best support. Many sizes offer free returns with Prime, so take advantage of it to find the proper size.
I bought it for my wife. Yep, maybe I lost my man-card, but it was a long time ago [and it was a fake]. I am a retired engineer and a prolific researcher (OCD). I really got tired of my spouse complaining about her bras and the fit. Took her everywhere to remedy the discomfort....all the famous and expensive places that claim to be experts, you know the ones. First, she is a 40K [ *now] and disabled, and needs a front closure. Not too many choices out there. This is the first one that fit her right, didn't curl at the bottom, didn't ride up her back, didn't have side-boobs. It's great and more were ordered.......BUT.....ladies, it's NOT just the bra. You ladies have been lied to all of your lives...... about how to measure correctly. [yep, you see I don't deserve a man-card.....phooey......who cares] If you are an A or B or even C cup, and very firm [looking at the heavens] then it is easy to find a comfortable fit. All of the wonderful 'others' almost surely have had problems, and can't wait to get home to remove the monster. You know Vicky's secret.......now I will tell you mine and Marigold's secret........ Marigold is a sweet lady, a bit younger than I, and she is what I call an intelligent thoughtful green hippie animal and earth loving new-ager sparkling energetic gardener.......or something like that. She lives in an environment where she rarely needs to wear a bra, and is about the size of my spouse. No need to explain why, but we talked about bras and women and fit and comfort, etc. We really discussed it seriously. All of the big-name folks tell you to stand and be measured.....and they stand by their technique although it may have a slight variation, and all of you ladies know what I'm talking about. Here is our honest conclusion, Marigold and I.......you need help to measure....you must be on all fours to be measured. Measure first around the breasts to the middle of the back in as much of a straight line as possible and don't pull the tape to squish anywhere........this number will be your cup size. While you are still on all fours measure for your band size. This may seem odd, but gravity is real, and measuring while standing gives false numbers. Test it, try it, don't take my word for it. I am just trying to help with something I dearly care about.