When I was younger, or more to the point- before I had my first child, it didn't matter what type of bra I wore or if I wore one at all. Oh, the days of youth! Well, not long after I got pregnant, my chest started expanding along with my belly. After the birth of our son, I assumed everything would go back to normal. Boy did I get a rude awakening! Although I lost my belly, my bigger bust was here to stay and on top of it all, now I required underwire in my bras. It didn't matter how much weight I lost or gained in the following years (I had two more kids), my chest was one area of my body that was happy just the way it was, thank you very much!
Having a bigger chest wouldn't have been so bad except for one thing. My button up shirts now gapped where they hadn't before. I would go shopping and find the cutest outfits, only to find upon trying them on that the tops gapped or were too small for me. The skirts and pants would fit fine but I had to wear more than them or I would get in trouble with the police.
I found the minimizer bras by accident while looking for a good underwire support bra. I didn't even know that minimizers exsisted before that day. I brought one home and put it on. All I could say at the time was Wow! My bust wasn't any smaller but it looked like it was. My shirts fit better and I felt better because of it. I have never bought anything else but a minimizer since.
This minimizer bra is made of spandex and nylon with hook and eye back closure. The shoulder straps are cushionded and adjustable. The minimizer bra reduces bust size up to 1.5" and come in a variety of colors. Curvation is not the only brand that minimizers come in, I just prefer this brand.