For the longest time I was stuck in the Bra Matrix, not knowing that there existed a whole world of smaller band sizes for petite women like myself. One day, as I was feeling frustrated and trying to search for bras online, I came across sites like Thin and Curvy and Venusian Glow. They enlightened me on the existence of the elusive size 30 band. I did some googling and found that b.tempt'd, a spinoff brand of Wacoal, carried size 30 bands in a variety of cup sizes. I ordered a 30C in Candy Pink and one in Night.
Band Size: Good enough. What I really want is for band sizes to come in odd numbers, since I measure a 29" underbust but the world does not revolve around me. Thus, I will be content to wear size 30 bands.
Cup Size: Excellent. This is a padded push-up bra so it is supposed to feel tight and push the breasts up and in.
Cup Shape: This brand is known for having good bras for shallow breasts. This model is no exception.
Cup Spacing and Centre Gore: This is a push up bra, so the cup spacing and centre gore is slightly narrower than some other b.tempt'd bras. It is still a very good choice for anyone with far apart breasts who wants to wear something that will push the breasts up and in.