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Some bounce (but most eliminated for most activities that aren't extreme), sizing is whack--go UP band, maybe UP cup
Reviewed in the United States on December 2, 2016
I'm restarting my fitness program after 3.5 years of being sedentary (prior to that, I exercised diligently and vigorously with a personal trainer for 5 years). I was thinking of trying the Enell bra with such high reviews, but it was $64. For that price. I was able to get TWO more of these (I already owned two in 46G in white/grey and in black/grey) for a total of 52 bucks. So, I went with this so I have two bras, so when a couple are in the hamper, I still have a bra to work out with. (I prefer to do laundry only on weekend.)
So, here's the deal: Glamorise is whack with sizing. Read carefully if you have never bought this one before (and read other reviews for reference.)
I wear a 44 band in most bras, 42 in some. I wear a DDDD/F in most bras, a DDD in a few roomy ones. BUT I own three different Glamorise bras and I need a different size in each. In another sports bra by them, the cup is HUGE, so I actually can use a 44DD (unheard of in other bras, where my tatas would spill over and out the sides on a DD.)
In this one, The G cup is snug and the 44 band impossibe.
I have to go UP in the band and UP in the cup. So, 46G is what I get in this, and it fits snugly. (Right now, like this very afternoon I measured, my ribcage measures 41.5 and my bust measures 50 or 51, depending on the bra I wear and how I position the tape. That's for reference.) Note: It will show verified purchase of a 44G size, because I ordered TWO bras during this sale, one in my current size and this one in the size I expect to be when I lose 20 pounds plus. So, yes, I'm using 46G now in this with those measurements.
If you get this, I strongly recommend you go up one band size. Maybe two depending on how tight you like a bra. On me going up ONE size is SNUG, but I can tolerate it. You may need to go up one cup size, too. I can't really tell ya, except I had to do both.
Due to the fabulous 30% off sale right now for Cyber week--THANK YOU, AMAZON--I got two for the price of one Enell. I"m okay with that. :D
Oh, and not that it's two layers, you clip the overlayer to the foundation part. It can be annoying if you aren't used to it, but it's to allow you to adjust the "control." I tend to keep it on the lower clip, since I walk and do Pilates and dance, but I don't run/jog/play racquetball or any super energetic activity. Adjustable is nice, right?
Also, forget that note they put in description about "separation." No. No separation. You will have uniboob. But you will be comfy snug. :D
Hope this helps. If it does, please, click "helpful." :D Thanks.