RHONDA SHEAR 586079
Although this item was purchased and returned more then five days ago I’m not permitted to place a review so I’ll do it here. I thought this item would be perfect for me however, struggle as I might, I couldn’t get this on. I’m a C cup and it was way too small. Would it hurt to give us chubbies a little more stretch????
@harikari, just received 581-094 which appeared to have coverage and support and did not, and 602-899 which I wasn’t sure would work, and it does cover and support. Seems hit or miss here. I think it’s best to go to the dept store, maybe Kohls Jc Penney. Or Macy’s and try things on. I wanted to short cut it.
SHARON818, thank you for your input but I already sized up all I can. Unfortunately I guess it’s just not for me.
I have four different sizes of Ahhh Bras. I used to be a small and the small size did fit, even though I was a 34C. Now I’ve added 40 lbs and I wear a medium or large top, depending on the brand. The large Ahhh Bras were too tight and completely uncomfortable. Now I wear the XL and it works, but it still rolls up under the “girls”. I have to use modesty pads when I go to work because these have absolutely no coverage – everything shows right through. All that said, these are the most comfortable bras I own – and I have mild fibromyalgia and lower back pain.
Just don’t shop your top – I would recommend going up a size and if you are on the border between sizes, go up two sizes…they stretch enough that they will still work and are comfortable.
I tried her bras once years ago and sent it back. Provided no lift or support. I think the “shop your top” concept is misguided; not all women who wear the same size top have the same proportions.
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10.18.18 1:57 AM