Contour T-Shirt bra with hidden underwire construction
Mock spaghetti strap with supportive "glass" tulle
Seamless cups for a smooth look
Clean finish wings
Fully adjustable straps
Sizing: Full figure, Plus
Material: 80% Nylon, 20% Elastane
Features: Back hook
Garment back type: Plain
Bra cup construction details: Underwire, lightly lined cup
Care and Cleaning: Hand wash & Line dry or lay flat to dry
Item Number (DPCI): 023-09-4509
Brilliance Seamless Contour T-Shirt bra with hidden underwire construction features smoothing micro nylon with a supportive tulle inset at the strap platform. Seamless cups offer a smooth look under clothes. With firm contouring, the Brilliance bra provides long lasting lift and support. Modern swing lace trims the top cup for a feminine look.
I have a bigger bust size, and this ended up being a good alternative to the more expensive bras I usually have to buy. The last bras I got were a 32F in UK sizing, so I tried the 32G from Target. Fit very well, maybe a smidge small in the cup, but a good enough fit that I'm keeping it. It has enough support for casual wear, and I like that it has three clasps, but I do wish there was a little elastic or something to give even more support and prevent slipping. I think the shape is great- you're not getting any cleavage out of it, but it's perfect for under a T-shirt or blouse.
I was so excited that Target started selling bras in larger cup sizes - and at such reasonable prices! "No more $75" bras for me," I thought.
I thought wrong.
Yes, these bras are reasonably priced. No, they do not fit. I bought two (this one and another style) for $21 each and after wearing them for a day (making them, therefore, non-returnable), I chucked them in a drawer and bought two more expensive bras that actually fit. This particular bra (at least the one I ordered and received) is in NO WAY a G cup - it flattens your boobs against you and makes them look weird and pancake-like, so that's no good.
In the end, I spent $42 on bras that don't fit and ended up spending another $150 on bras that actually do. You should do yourself a favor and save yourself the $42.
I was super excited that target is carrying larger bra cup sizes so I wanted to love this. The style was cute but when I put it on there were weird gaps on the sides no matter how I adjusted the straps, even though I filled out the cups properly. Also the point of the breast cup pointed out to the sides rather than straight ahead much like the Soma bra I own, which I do not like. I don't know about you but as a busty gal, I want my bra to lift and pull them together a bit to undo the effects of gravity and give me a more youthful silhouette.
1 reply from Brand Representative team - 6 months ago
Thank you so much for the feedback. So sorry this did not work well for you. We will be sure to share this information with our production team.