A: I use a dab of lotion under the front and back of the bra to hold it in place.
A: Yes, it does. But it's not uncomfortable and it doesn't even show under my clothes, actually, so it doesn't bother me.
A: Kind of. I do find that it does tend to bunch up when I'm sitting down.
A: Just a tiny bit in the back but it rolls up and sits under the breasts in the front. Neither is noticeable or uncomfortable
A: Check the size guide on the True & Co. website. I'm 38DD and XL is perfect fit.
A: I am a 34D and I was a Large
A: I am a 36/38 DD and I got a medium. I have another style of this bra in a large and I think the medium is a better fit because it keeps my breasts looking perky. The material is very stretchy and not constricting.
A: The company makes a Full Cup size, but sadly, Target doesn't carry them. I wear a 36F and the Large or XL FULL cup suits me fine. I've never felt more comfortable.
A: Unfortunately, our 3x size would not be supportive for 46F.
A: The V Neck has moderate coverage that should prevent any “spillage” out of the front of the bra. I hope this helps!
A: It's a modest V neck meaning it will not show cleavage (unless you're one of those women who are so well endowed that they need a special bra like Cross Your Heart makes). Depending on how low the dress is, the V may show, but you could pretend it's a camisole.
A: It has removable inserts that are very easy to remove and put back in.
A: Removable cup inserts
A: I've used this same bra (but the higher quality one from their website) for nursing because they are just so much better than any nursing bra (or any bra period) and it's easy enough to pull down the shoulder strap. The removable pads might need to be adjusted after, but I found that pretty easy to do, even when I'm trying to discreetly nurse in public. (Many nursing bras have removable pads where you would still have to adjust anyway). Since this one is cheaper than the ones sold on the true and co website, the quality might not be quite as good and it might stretch out, but could be worth a try? I've had the ones from the website for 2 pregnancies and over a year of nursing and they're still fitting great!
A: You could use for breastfeeding but it may stretch with time if you pull down from top and it would be uncomfortable if you pull up. I would get a breastfeeding bra.
A: They run smaller than the True&Co. site. I'm going to have to return and re-order them :(
A: The one I ordered from Target stretched out and started coming apart in three months. The ones from the company haven't. The price difference is huge so I'd like to think they are made differently, which my experience suggests, but not sure....
A: Hi Vida, thank you for your question, we recommend you add 4 for measurement. Hope this helps!
A: Hi Jet, thank you for your question! XL would work, but we would recommend a 1X if you are looking for more coverage. Hope this helps!
A: HI Linda, thank you for your question! We would recommend a size Large for more comfort. Hope you enjoy your new bra!