Sport Wirefree Bra
40F too small
I usually wear a 38 DDD, give or take, depending on the brand and style. My favorite bra ws recently redesigned and ruined so I'm on the hunt for a new favorite. This is not it. The bra lifts, but it rolls up a little at the bottom. It doesn't press the girls together, but it doesn't keep 'em separated either. I need air circulation or else I'll sweat badly. The girls touched too much in this bra. It could be because it runs very small. I think I'd need a 42F in this style. Also, while they give you 5 hooks on the back and the construction in the cups is solid, the elastic mesh band fabric is doubled-up only part way from the back to the side. I could see this bra band stretching out before long.
December 17, 2012
Very Good Support
I like the quality of the material/construction. It is however a tight band while the cups are a little large - strange mix. It does provide good support without the discomfort of wires. I would buy a second one but I would want to play with the size - try a larger band size with smaller cup size.
November 30, 2012
The only bra I will wear!
I am a G cup and it's next to impossible to find a bra that can hold these puppies in place, but this one does the trick! It is comfortable enough to wear at nighttime, but separates, lifts and supports perfectly for daytime. My only complaint is that they're relatively expensive, but you definitely get what you pay for.
August 28, 2012
I purchased over $200 worth of bras from JMS. Over $130 of that order was Glamorise bras. Generally, they fit fine in the cup and in the band, but the armholes were unbelievable small on all of them! Glamorise gives only a 2" adjustment option on the armholes and if you're a large woman, there is just no way to fit your arms in the holes. I couldn't get any of these bras over my shoulders.
August 15, 2012