- Strap separation:
- Not a problem
- Underwire length:
- Is too short on the side, boobs escape
- Top of the cup:
- Cuts into breast tissue (quad boob effect)
- Cup's width:
- Outer cup cuts into breast tissue in the sides
Bra » Panache » Elsa Balconnet Bra (6691) » 34G » Bras » Owner
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Used to fit
I feel this to be my best fitting bra at the moment, however I wouldn't say it fits. From what I can surmise thus far, I'm a 35 G+ in Panache. The first 4 times I wore it the band was incredibly tight, not so tight I couldn't get 2 fingers underneath, but definitely tight. I did however feel like a new person because my enormous yayas were no longer pulling my shoulders forward. Biggest issue is poking underwires at the sternum. Is the band too tight? The cups too small? It gets uncomfortable after 8 to 10 hours and I am so glad to get it off, but so glad when I get to put it on another day. It's also a little itchy. Under some tops the lacey three piece thing shows through along with nipples (if it's cold), but a cami should fix that and it does give a nice shape. I feel the wires on this bra are perfect for me right now. My nipples fall exactly into place and stay put. I feel so snug and secure (minus the sternum poking factor). I have some small side boob leaking under the arm on my larger side, but the cups are nice and high so it's not bad. I also like that's it's not super stretchy in the band. We'll see how it wears. I think I've had it for about 3 weeks and worn it about 6 times.
UPDATE: Nope, too small now.
Updated on Aug 03, 2014 Flag this