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While it fits fine it is not the bra I requested.....I wear jogger style and this bra had to be hooked up in the back ( a style I can't wear due to a physical problem).....the blue bra was the right one so how this different one got in the mix is beyond me....I'm leaving for vacation so I don't have time to exchange it
OK ladies, here’s the lowdown. I’m a 48DD, so is there a uniboob look going on? Yes, pretty much. But there is never much definition in my more expensive “going out” bras; I’m also a proud mother of 4 and 71 years young, so my girls have lost a lot of their former perkiness (but so have I, lol). I read the reviews VERY CAREFULLY because years ago I bought one of those “only bra you’ll ever need, everyone can wear it,” and when I tried it on only one of the girls could get inside at a time...no go. So, because of the multitude of 5 star ratings, and being familiar with the JMS brand and Amazon’s return policy, I took a chance and ordered. It does not look like it will fit when you take it out of the package, but there is lots of gentle stretch to get it over the head (my choice) or step into it. I don’t feel like I have a bra on, but when I go to pick up my granddaughter at school, I’ll look fine. Of course, I won’t wear this to Church, or for an evening out; I’ll wear my professionally fit mostly comfortable bra until I get home, then off with the shoes, the bra, and anything else that isn’t comfortable. But at home, I’ll be able to relax in comfort, answer my door, even have unexpected company and know I’m not going to shock or offend anyone. And that’s why I bought it in the first place.
I give up! I have been on the hunt for the perfect bra (probably along with every woman in America). I am convinced that it doesn't exist. I want a pull-on comfort bra that fits and has padded cups. That's not too much to ask for, is it? I guess it is because they are just NOT out there. I have learned one thing in my hunt. The size charts on every single pull-on comfort bra is wrong. If I order my size, it is always way too small (who needs to breathe?). So, I tried this bra. It has extended sizes but no padding in the cups. Nothing. So, everyone will know if the headlights are on (if you know what I mean). And I hate that! Per the size chart on this bra, it should fit me with several inches to spare! (8-10 inches!) But, it fits with no inches to spare. How are these bras sized? Do they use a machine to stretch them out as far as they'll go before they burst and call that the highest number? So, I like this bra because it is comfortable and I can breathe with it on. But I don't like it because there is no padding in the cups.