Assuming that you bought bras that fit you well, are well-made, and you will wear regularly, I see no reason for a facepunch here. Foundation garments that meet all these requirements don't come cheap, particularly if you're not a commonly found size.
Agreed. If you're not a 34 C it seems, good luck finding your size and even Macy's bra fitters have gone down in experience, if you can find one. No face punch from me.
We happen to have a tiny store that's been around since the 40's. That is the kind of place you are truly fitted and they know off the top of their head, which brand and styles would work best for you. Hit the perfect one that is in some weird size you would've never have figured out on your own. $75 seems insane but I buy one for all their help even though I know I can find it cheaper online. I get the model number off the tag before is washes away so I can find more online for a lot less. But I always go the old lady at the bra shop first when I need bras and let her work her magic. For online I use Bare Necessities, the bra I wear often is on clearance in odd colors that I don't mind, use a coupon code and done.
Since becoming disabled, I don't want to spend that much at all, I have a few good ones that if carefully cared for should last a while because while they make the girls high and tight and I look thinner, that comes with a price- not comfortable. It took tons of trial and error, found one Vanity Fair one that works, is comfortable and I just got 2 for $38, before of Kohl's 30% off codes and all their other discounts. Works for me.