Glamorise Womens The Perfect A Bra- Specifically Designed for a Cups Sizes 38 to 58 Bra
- Designed exclusively for A-cups sizes 38 to 58
- Seamless, padded cups
- Decorative cup fabric in beautiful lace
- Back adjusting stretch straps
- Designed in New York
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From the manufacturer
Celebrating Generations of Curvy Women with Premier Plus-Size Bras
Putting You at the Heart of What We Do Every Day
Creating plus-size bras that support you better, last longer and stay comfortable all day doesn't happen overnight. We've been at it for a hundred years — right from our New York City sewing studio.
The easiest way to find your bra size right from your bedroom. Put on an unpadded bra, grab your tape measure and let's find your bust and band sizes!
Fit solutions for bra malfunctions – from squeezing to slipping and everything else you don't want your bra to do.
Band Riding Up. If your brand doesn't sit just below your shoulder blades, try tightening the band or losening the straps. If that doesn't help, you need a smaller band.
Band Digging In. If your band is digging into your ribs, chest or back, try loosening the band. If that doesn't fix it, you need to go up a band size or try a wider band.
Straps Digging In. If your straps are digging in, try loosening them or switching to a bra with padded straps. If that doesn't help, your band – which should be doing most of the support work – is too big and it's time to downsize.
Slipping Straps. If your straps are sliding around or off the shoulders, they might be stretched out (which happens over time). Or you might be in the wrong cup size causing the straps to sit too wide and slip more easily.
Bulging Sides. If you're squeezing out the sides, your band is too small and confining your bust. Go up a band size or try a bra with more cup coverage.
Overflowing Cups. If you're spilling out the side, top or bottom of your cups, it's time to trade up. Bigger cups will help keep your bust securely (and comfortably) contained.
Gapping Cups. If your cups are gaping a lot or a little, try a smaller cup size so they sit flush with your skin.
Dropping Bustline. If your bustline is pulling down, shorten your straps (but not so much they dig) and check your cups (there shouldn't be any gap if they're the right size). If you want even more lift, look to non-stretchy bras with firmer support and rigid straps.
Poking Underwires. If your wire pokes, you might be in the wrong cup size. Too small can make the underwire too tight while too big can cause the wire to move around. Both lead to uncomfortable poking or prodding.
- Product Dimensions : 4 x 25 x 13 cm; 1 Grams
- Date First Available : 14 May 2018
- Manufacturer : Glamorise
- ASIN : B072N8VZCJ
- Item Model Number : 3010
- Department : Women's Intimate Apparel (Women)
Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 125,999 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories)
- #1434 in Everyday Bras
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I’ve always been an A cup at most. When I gained weight over decades to my current plus size my cup size didn’t increase which seems common among “apple” body shape women I know. But, just try to find A cup bra’s with larger band sizes!! This is the first bra I’ve found that is both comfortable, wireless, and actually fits. The light padding is a natural looking enhancement.
Being both plus sized and tall I often have trouble with bra straps being too short. This bra addresses that too. Another win.
This plus sized A cup bra exceeded my expectations just by fitting well! That is rare and special for me and definitely earns 5 stars!
But this bra DOES FIT with light padding proportioned and shaped to compensate for the way that smaller breasts sit over larger muscles behind them. The pink color is nice too -- though if the point is to blend with skin tones a bit lighter and perhaps slightly towards lavender (for the "blue blooded" fairer skin tones) might work better.
Only sizing criticism is the straps which honestly need to be a bit longer. I have mine extended to the longest possible and it BARELY fits -- an extra two inches of strap length would help me adjust to a more perfect comfort.
Overall, I would recommend this bra to anyone with more upper body muscle than breasts. Will buy again.