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"Revolutionary" New Bra Line...

Post by Admin on Wed Aug 23, 2017 4:56 pm

Not really.

There are other bra lines similar to this one but they use different materials.

I was looking around the website and took a look at the reviews and the fitting guide.
The reviews, some commented the cups ran small. In the fitting guide, the bust measurement is the standard what we have all (or most of us) seen is the measurement taken with your best fitting bra ( that doesn't fit), and take a snug measure.

The problem with a snug bust measure is breast tissue gets left out of the measurement being taken, and added the bra that does not fit. The measurement is not getting the accurate breast measurements needed for a correctly fitting bra, rather incorrect measuring from old ideas on fittings.

The next thing that was noticeable was no swoop & scoop which is necessary as it gets all breast tissue in the cups and it shows too small of cup(s).
The last noticeable thing that stood out was the bottom portion of the cups that advertise great support are nothing more than a "bump pad" at the bottom of the cup.

The "bump pad" is made with different materials from bras that have a bump pad in them. While they do give lift somewhat, a genuine fitting in the correct size bra will do far better because it gets the woman to the correct size, to begin with.

Once in the correct size, bra "problems" disappear: a backache, shoulder grooves, quading cups, underwire poking, a gore that does not tack, a band that rides up.



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