I am writing a separate review for the smaller size of the breast (a J cup) because the products I am reviewing do not fit me well.
I was a member of the breast-related forums, so I read the advice of other women, but did not take action until I was ready. When I got my new bra, I asked the sales staff for my measurements, and they gave me the same one I had been given, but with the J cup, and asked me to write that down. When I did, the sales people asked me to show them my cup size. I was surprised, because I was not sure I had the size of an A cup, but I told them my A cup, and they said they would try my bra. After I put the bra on, I found out my bra size was 36C, so they had a 36C bra. They tried the bra on for me, and it fit, but the straps were too high, and the back was too short. Then, they asked me for a bra size, and I said it was 36DD. They said, "What's wrong with that?" And I said, "I am an adult, and I don't think you are going to get a 36DD."
They said, "You want a 36DD?" I said, "No, a 36C." Then they gave me a 32DD, but they had a 32D.
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