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Some brands I find this and some I don’t. Bravissimo (if you are that size) own brand the wires are smaller. I don’t know why or how lol when I went in for a fitting a while ago I told the woman I had that problem (I’m very short) and she said try the bravissimo range and a few weeks ago I went in and explained the same and the woman brought me a few but went with the bravissimo one again
I'd like to get to the bottom of this I'm halfway through losing 5 years of accumulated pregnancy, small babies & breastfeeding weight (2 kids). Started in earnest mid July, have lost a little over a stone with another stone and a bit to go.
My bras are all suddenly really painful under the arms. Maybe the underwiring is now too long for my ribcage?
I was (stingily) hoping to just wait & buy new bras when I'm at target weight, but now thinning that might not be doable.
Annoying as I always pay a fortune due to a small back/large cup combo.
I find that styles where the straps are at the very edge of the cup mean the underwires dig in (as my boobs are wider than the distance between the two straps if that makes sense?). So I had a look online asked on MN and bought some elodie bras which have the straps attached further in on the cups. The underwire now sits on the outside of my boob rather than digging in. So could be a boob shape issue?