Women's Drawstring Bra ( Black )
My new drawstring bra is great! The fit isn't perfect because my size was sold out, but it's very comfortable, not itchy, and the Cottonique team did an amazing job getting it shipped out quickly under the current challenging circumstances. Grateful to have a comfy bra and underwear from Cottonique to get me through the shutdowns!
I love the fast service, but most of all I am grateful you offer the 100% cotton clothing for those of us that suffer fabric allergies. I also enjoy the tie front. It’s much more easier to tie as well as great adjustment technique for the perfect fit.
I love the fact that this bra's underband could be bind by myself. Which means I can wear it as tight/loose as I want. For ladies who has a measure between 2 sizes, and for who has 2 different size boobs, this bra can adjust to all of them. Very flexable and adjustable.
By the way, I hope Cottonique could make the 3rd band wider. The current 3rd band feels too thin when you tight it. Feels like a rope being tight around the chest.
I ordered few bras after I got a nylon, spandex allergy from the bras that I was buying in the regular stores. This bra fits the best and I do not have any reactions to the material. Love it!
I like everything about the bra except for straps that tie into knots that protrude under garments. Additionally, it would be better to use a more durable string at the bottom so you don't fear breaking it. Even though it comes with a spare, how do you put it in the seam?
I do like this bra, the fabric is wonderful and the fit is according to the chart. What surprised me is that the rough seams are on the inside of the bra. The solution for me was to wear the bra inside out and alter the plastic moveable parts on the strap. It is disappointing that these bras are marketed to people with skin problems yet it appears that no one with skin problems ever tried them on. Great bra if you own a sewing machine.
My correct bra size is 32DD. 34D also fits acceptably. This company seems to have the bizarre notion that people with small ribcages always have small breasts, and people with large rib cages always have large breasts. There is a reason that bras have two size breakdowns: the number for the chest size, and separate cup size for the breasts.
I can only get B or C cups in my chest size, so the cups would sit at the tips of my breast and the bra would be too small to fit around.
I can only get my cup size in a chest size that is too big, so the bra will be loose around the rib cage and ride up.
I LOVE that I can get a bra that doesn't cause a terrible itchy eczema breakout. I hate the way my 34C bra fits. I choose to go braless most of the time, which is not comfortable with a D/DD cup.
Since these bra styles are less adjustable than conventional bras, they need more specific sizing, not less. When will you be offering 32-34 in a D/DD cup??
but it just wasn't a good bra. it has close to none support and fits very loose. I did their measurements correctly and it was just not a good fit at all. If you want support, DO NOT BUY THIS BRA. & I'm only a 36B