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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too large-what size to exchange for? I just received 6 bras from Hanes, all different wireless styles, all 38B. All fit well except this one which is too large. This bra is too large around, even on the smallest adjustment and the cups are way too big. They bag out at the top and there is so much excess material across the cup it is almost comical. The straps are too long, even on the shortest adjustment. I plan to return it in exchange for a smaller one but I'm not sure whether to go with a 36A, 38A or a 36B, given that it is too big both in circumference and cup size. I think this style has promise but the sizing has me baffled. Any advice??
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too big if you're small-chested. I'm small-chested (an A cup) and have had lots of luck with other styles of Hanes wirefree bras (e.g., G289), but this particular bra is way too big for me. It's at least a full cup size too big and the fabric so thick ("molded" is the word I think they use to describe it) that's it's practically a padded bra. The thing is: I don't want a padded bra. I'm perfectly happy with my small breasts and have no desire to look any bigger than I really am. I'm returning it, unworn.
Date published: 2015-10-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Comfortable but go down a cup size (or two) I've been the same bra size my whole life (34D) and get fitted regularly. These bras are comfortable but quite large, especially in the band. Since they don't have a 32 band, I got a 34C which works reasonably well. No digging of the underwire or show-through (first bra for me to ever actually prevent this!) is worth the mediocre fit. The cups are very molded, so if you're not very full on top, definitely go a cup size down to avoid puckering.
Date published: 2017-01-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hate molded cups I wish somewhere in the description would have mentioned molded cups. I hate them. They add size, which I don't need nor want and it feels unnatural. What do I need to look for to get a no foam, nonmolded cup?
Date published: 2016-11-10
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