I have always struggled with finding bras that fit correctly. Always. What I've been doing up 'til now is get a 32A (which is usually the smallest size available in stores, it seems) and tighten straps as much as possible & clasp it at the tightest/last hook. This doesn't even work half that time. Ugh. It get frustrating. I am always left with a gap in the cup. I suppose I could really stash my money + several other things in there! LOL! Slim-fitting tops are a problem, because that lovely money-stash-gap is apparent and visible. This defeats the purpose of a bra, right? You aren't supposed to see it through your clothes!
Enter - Itty Bitty Bra.
One word: miraculous.
Honestly and truly a godsend! Yes. I'm talking about a bra.
I received Itty Bitty Bra's Signature Bra in Nude. (below)
It is extremely soft and comfortable - and that fact that Itty Bitty Bra designs all of their bras with us "itty bitties" in mind, it fits perfectly. No more gap!! I can wear it with any clothing - even those slim-fitting tops that I couldn't really wear before.
There are several hooks on the back -- many more than I have had on other bras. I use the tightest/last hook to achieve the perfect fit & also tightened up the straps. (That's just what works for me - I got a size 32A even though I measured at 30A... per their sizing chart recommendations to go up a band size due to the fact they offer lots of hooks in the back to insure a good fit.) I have worn it all day on several occasions and I have never been uncomfortable. See, a 32A that I would just by at a store wouldn't fit because it is not designed for us petite ladies ... but... this 32A does fit!
Overall, I could not recommend this company enough! (and, no - I'm not just saying that because they sent me a bra) :-) Finally, undergarments actually designed for petite people! Thank you Itty Bitty Bra for freeing me of "bra-gappage"!
There current size offerings are for cup sizes AA, A, & B. With band sizes from 32 thru 38. (40AA, 40A, 40B to 48B coming soon.) I urge you to measure yourself according to their size chart. Even if you think you already know your size. Like I mentioned, I measured to be a 30A, but read that they suggest going up 1 band size -- which I did (32A) and glad I did!