- Center gore placement:
- Doesn't lie flat against sternum
- Top of the cup:
- Cuts into breast tissue (quad boob effect)
- Strap separation:
- Not a problem
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As my breast size fluctuates quite a bit during the day and I wanted to see how a smaller size fit me. The 28F that fits me perfectly during the mornings and early afternoon seems way too large towards the evening: the cups wrinkle at the top and their seems to be empty fabric at the sides.
A handsome full-cup bra made out of black stretch lace partly underlined with a sheer, very smooth, non-stretch mesh. The whole appearance is quite delicate and subtly sheer. The 'side support slings' on the inside of the cups are made out the same smooth, sheer mesh material that is folded double so there's no rough, bumpy or overlocked edge touching the breasts.
As said, the 28F fits me close to perfectly, but my breast size fluctuates and there are times I feel I'm nowhere near filling it out. At those times this 28E does seem to fit me better: the cups are filled (slight tendency to quadboob on my larger right side, though) and the wires encircle my breasts more closely. HOWEVER, there's a big big but: where the 28F gives me a lovely rounded shape even when I'm not filling it out completely, the shape this 28E gives me is ... well, 'retro' is probably the most positive way to describe the verging-on-duck-beak-pointiness. Also, my breasts really have to be completely 'deflated' for the centre gore to remain flat on my sternum and that just doesn't happen all too often.
This bra clearly is too small for me and even though I might 'shrink' into it at some point it's going to be returned. The thing that amazes me most is the difference in shape the size makes: properly fitting / slightly too large = lovely and round almost fitting / slightly too small = pointy duck beaks.
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Updated on Oct 25, 2012 Flag this