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This was my first bra after getting a proper fitting. It was basically the only bra in the store here in my size, so I thought it fit fantastic. (I had at first purchased a 28F, but returned it for a 28FF due to a small amount of quad boob that drove me crazy.) I ordered a few more of the Freya decos online, since I "thought" they fit well.

My breasts have most of their volume at the bottom, and this moulded plunge bra has the tendency to leave gaps at the top. The gaps are not there all the time, but sometimes I will look down and can see a gap. It really depends on how I am sitting and what my posture is like. When I put the bra on, I love the rounded and supported shape I get, but that never remains for the whole day.

For awhile I thought that the cup ran large, and it very well might, but I think this bra is best suited to rounded breasts or breasts with lots of top volume.

The band for this bra is also larger than many other brands that I have.

I gave the looks a "meh" because of how it looks on me. The gaps make it kinda crap, but the bra itself looks nice.

I lost 5 pounds and 2-3 cup sizes since I wrote this review. I no longer wear *any* of my decos (I have quite a few since it is the only bra that the stores here have in stock in a 28 band, and I really needed more than one. In the end I didn't like how it fit. I have soft tissue and the deep plunge looked great at first, but my breasts would fall in the plunge and then I had a gap at the top of the bra. If I stood up straight it went away, but as soon as I hunched a bit it was a large gap. Granted it wasn't visible under clothes, but I was self sonscious (which makes sense, since it really wasn't the bra for me- post pregnancy and breastfeeding.)

I will most likely NOT re purchase the freya deco since I know more about my shape and what works for me (more horizontal bra shape- centre gore and sides of the cup I mean), half cups seems to hold everything in, without giving me a place for the tissue to fall, and don't have lots of extra material at the top which I can't fill (soft bottom heavy breasts- not very full at the top so I easily get empty space when bras are cut too high.)

Updated on Aug 10, 2012 Flag this

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