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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band96.0
Band Length73.0
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width18.0
Cup depth31.0
Depth ratio1.7
Wire length28.5
Cup height0.0
Cup separation0.5
Gore height0.0
Wing height0.0
Strap width1.8
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This is my first Deco bra, in black. For future references and for comparison, it is almost 2 years old at the moment of this review, and I have worn it about once a week since I've bought it.

This is so far my favourite bra. Supportive, comfortable, long-lasting, and the cleavage it gives is fantastic (it might be too much for certain persons though). I love it so much I bought it in nude, and in jet (as Tayor, which is basically Deco with a pattern).

Like any other Freya, the band is loose, but reasonably stretchy (it is only 3cms shorter, at rest, than my Taylor, who is two months old). If you are between sizes, I recommend you go for the smaller band size: it's going to be tight for a few weeks/months, and then stretch, but in my experience if you go for the bigger size, it'll be too loose after just a few weeks. If need be, use a band extender.

However, I don't fill out the bottom of the cup - it happens with any padded bra on me, there is a little gap between my breast and the underwire, but a smaller size gives me a bulge at the top.

I am "short-breasted" (as a Bravissimo fitter put it), meaning underwires almost always poke me in the underarm area. With the Deco, not so much - there's definitely a red mark, but it's not painful.

Also, it's moulded, meaning you can wear it under tight-fitting clothes without your bra showing - especially true in nude, but the black one works wonder under dark clothes.

This bra is not owned any more

Updated on Apr 01, 2012 Flag this

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